Court Reporter: Actress Parimani came to the Dhaka Chief Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court to appear in the case of the Banani Police Station’s Narcotics Act.
Although the case was scheduled to go to court on Wednesday afternoon, Parimani appeared in the court premises around 11 pm. Later, seeing the delay, he left the court premises.
One of his lawyers, Nilanjana Refat Survi, said Parimani was in court again at noon to appear. And if he does not appear, time will apply for him.
According to the General Registration (GR) branch of the court, Parimani is scheduled to appear in the court of Metropolitan Magistrate Satyabrata Sikder.
Meanwhile, when Parimani appeared in the court before the scheduled time, a crowd of curious spectators and journalists gathered. He raised his hand with a smile and let the photographers take pictures.
At one point when the crowd grew he went out with the help of the court police for his own safety.
On the afternoon of August 4, RAB raided Parimani’s house in Banani and arrested her. The RAB said that a ‘huge amount’ of foreign liquor and drugs were seized from the house.
A case was filed against him under the Narcotics Act at Banani police station. In that case, the investigating officer interrogated him on remand for four days and then for two days.
He was sent to jail on August 13 after remand. Then on August 19, the court granted another day’s remand.
He was in jail at the end of the remand. Then on August 31, Dhaka Metropolitan Sessions Judge KM Imrul Kayesh granted him bail. The next day, Parimani returned home from Kashimpur jail.
CID police inspector Kazi Golam Mostafa is investigating the case. His investigation report is due on Wednesday.