Desk Report: Actress Parimani will be produced in court. His grandfather Shamsul Haque went to the court to see the fairy.
Pari’s grandfather Shamsul Haque arrived at the Dhaka Chief Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court at 12 noon on Tuesday (August 10).
Actress Parimani and her accomplice Ashraful Islam Dipu are being produced in court today after a four-day remand in a drug case filed with the capital’s Banani police station. Sub-inspector of police Shahidul Islam, the officer-in-charge of the court’s jail, confirmed the information.
On August 5, Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Mamunur Rashid granted a four-day remand to Parimani and Ashraful Islam Dipur. The CID produced them in court today (August 10) after a four-day remand.
On the same day (August 5), the investigating officer of the case Parimani and Dipur applied to the court for a seven-day remand. At that time, the lawyer of the accused applied for bail seeking cancellation of remand. State counsel, on the other hand, argued for remand. After hearing both sides, the judge ordered a four-day remand.
Taking part in the hearing, Abdullah Abu said that a large quantity of drugs was recovered from the house of the accused in the case. Its market value is 2 lakh 11 thousand 500 rupees. Where does this drug come from? What is its source? Who sent this drug? He needs to be remanded in the interest of proper investigation of the case.
Parimani‘s lawyer Nilanjana Rifat Survi said the 18-and-a-half liters of liquor recovered from her (Parimani‘s) house was not at her house. He had a few empty bottles of wine in his house. They were kept as decoration pieces. These have been given in the seizure list. Also, he had no ice and no LSD. We want his bail.
Earlier, RAB arrested Parimani and her accomplice from their Banani home after a four-hour operation on Wednesday (August 4th) night. Various types of drugs were seized from his house. After their arrest, they were taken to the RAB headquarters. Parimani has to stay there all night on Wednesday. On Thursday, RAB-1 filed a case against Parimani under the Narcotics Act. He was taken to court on the same day after the case was filed.