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Cricketer Arafat Sunny denied bail, lands in jail

National cricketer Arafat Sunny was sent to jail as the Dhaka court on Tuesday denied his bail pleas in a case filed under the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Act.

After completion of one-day remand today, police produced sunny before court where Metropolitan Magistrate Mohammad Jakir Hossain Tipu passed the order.

The court turned down the bail petition of the spinner when his lawyer Jewel Ahmed moved it.

Earlier on Sunday, Metropolitan Magistrate Pranab Kumar put Arafat Sunny on a one-day remand in the case filed by Nasrin Sultana, who claims to be Sunny’s wife.

Police arrested the national cricketer from Aminbazar area of Savar upazila on January 22.

Meanwhile, Nasrin filed another case on Monday against Arafat Sunny and his mother Nargis Akter on charge of demanding Tk 20 lakh as dowry.

Source: Daily Sun, Dhaka, Bangladesh

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