A Cumilla court has placed Iqbal Hossain and three others on seven-day remand allowing police to grill them in a case filed for hurting the religious sentiment.
Other accused are – Ekram, who called 999 after the incident and mosque khadems – Foysal and Humayun.
Judge of Chief Judicial Magistrate Court in Cumilla passed the order today when police produced them before the court with remand plea to interrogate the accused.
Meanwhile a senior police official said that by placing the Holy Quran at the puja mandap, religious sentiments of both Muslims and Hindus were hurt. The case will be progressed considering this, he added.
Cumilla police on Friday confirmed that the person arrested in Cox’s Bazar on Thursday was Iqbal.