A Dhaka court on Sunday sent Bangladesh cricketer Arafat Sunny to jail after rejected his remand and bail petitions in a case filed for torturing a woman, who claimed to be his wife.
Metropolitan magistrate Sharufuzzaman Ansari passed the order when Shariful Islam, sub-inspector of Mohammadpur Police Station and also the investigation officer of the case, produced him before the court with seven-day remand prayer.
On 1 February, a case was filed against Sunny and his mother Nargis Akter under the Women ...Details»
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