The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) on Monday questioned Jamaat-e-Islami top leader Barrister Abdur Razzaq where he had been and what had been doing during the February 25-26 Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) carnage.The details of the quizzing were not available immediately.
The Jamaat leader was quizzed nearly a three and an half hours at the CID Malibagh headquarters in connection with the BDR carnage case.
"I was questioned about my whereabouts and activities during the incident at the BDR Pilkhana headquarters, Razzaq told reporters emerging from the CID headquarters around 1:20pm.
The Jamaat assistant secretary general also termed his quizzing in the BDR mutiny case 'politically motivated initiative of the government'.
The CID investigating officers and senior Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Abdul Kahar Akond denied his allegations saying they summoned and quizzed Razzaq on the basis of specific information.
He also said if necessary, they would summon the Jamaat leader again.