Debiganj: A court in Panchagarh placed three members of Jama'at-ul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) each on 18-day remand in two cases filed over the murder of Panchagarh priest Joggeshwar.
Senior judicial magistrate Marjia Khatun of Debiganj Amoli Adalat passed the order on Saturday afternoon (February 27) after hearing the remand petition.
The remanded JMB members are Alamgir, 30, Romjan Ali, 20, and Md Hafiz, 32.
The trio were arrested in separate drives conducted in Panchagarh and Nilphamari early Friday.
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