The Rapid Action Battalion arrested disbanded
Jama'atul Mujahidin Bangladesh's IT chief Mohammad Emranul Haque and three
other suspected members of the sect in separate drives early today.
The elite force seized five detonators, two bodies of
grenade, a pair of binoculars, a laptop and a number of books from their possession.
A RAB team raided Dhaka city's Pallabiarea on Monday night and arrested Emranul
Haque, an explosive expert. He is also known as Rajib, Mainul, Abu Toba and
RAB also arrested Abu Bakar Siddiqui who is also called Abu
Hanif, a suspected member of the ehsa, or the sect's advisory body.
Thirty-year-old Emranul Haquereceived his BSc degree in civil engineering from
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) in 2003.
RAB said Rajib used to send information to 'Boma
Mizan' on making bombs through Bashar, the son of incumbent JMB chief Saidur
Rajib came from Chuadanga and he was working as an
associate researcher at the Department of Water Resources Engineering at BUET.
In another raid in Muktagachha of Mymensingh, RAB arrested
two other suspected Ehsar members.