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Court orders arrest of hardline Bangladeshi leader

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Dhaka, March 27 (IANS): A court in Bangladesh today issued an arrest warrant against Hifazat-e-Islam leader Mufti Izaharul Islam, the prime suspect in a blast at a Chittagong madrasa.

SM Abdur Rashid of the Second Additional Metropolitan Sessions Judge�s court gave the order Thursday, bdnews24.com reported.

The explosion ripped through the second floor of a dormitory at the Jamayetul-Ulum-Al Islamia madrasa in Chittagong run by Izahar Oct 7 last year.

Izahar is also chief of hardline political outfit the Islami Oikya Jote.

Five students were injured, three of whom later died.

Izahar�s son Harun was in charge of the dormitory. It tried to pass off the incident as a "laptop-explosion" but police had recovered handmade bombs, acid and explosives during a raid on the madrasa.

Police lodged three cases over the blast -- two under Explosives Act and the other for murder.

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Court orders arrest of hardline Bangladeshi leader

Dhaka, March 27 (IANS): A court in Bangladesh today issued an arrest warrant against Hifazat-e-Islam leader Mufti Izaharul Islam, the prime suspect in a blast at a Chittagong madrasa.

SM Abdur Rashid of the Second Additional Metropolitan Sessions Judge�s court gave the order Thursday, bdnews24.com reported.

The explosion ripped through the second floor of a dormitory at the Jamayetul-Ulum-Al Islamia madrasa in Chittagong run by Izahar Oct 7 last year.

Izahar is also chief of hardline political outfit the Islami Oikya Jote.

Five students were injured, three of whom later died.

Izahar�s son Harun was in charge of the dormitory. It tried to pass off the incident as a "laptop-explosion" but police had recovered handmade bombs, acid and explosives during a raid on the madrasa.

Police lodged three cases over the blast -- two under Explosives Act and the other for murder.

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