A Dhaka court on Tuesday ordered to confiscate wealth of Sefat Ullah alias “Sefuda”, a Bangladeshi expatriate in Austria, in a case filed on charges of hurting the religious sentiment of Muslims.
Judge Ash Sams Joglul Hossain of Cyber Tribunal (Bangladesh) in Dhaka passed the order as police submitted a report before the court mentioning that they could not arrest Sefuda.Earlier on September 30, the court issued arrest warrant against Safuda after accepting a probe report against him in the case.
On September 10, Sub-inspector Partha Pratim Brahmachari of Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) unit submitted the probe report against Safuda in the case.
Earlier, Advocate Alim Al Razi Jibon filed the case on April 23 accusing Sefat Ullah under the Digital Security Act on charges of derogatory remarks.
Jibon also accused him of using obscene words for Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in the Facebook and YouTube videos uploaded by Sefat Ullah.