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Sunny denied bail, lands in jail

A Dhaka Court on Tuesday rejected national cricketer Arafat Sunny’s bail pleas and sent hum to jail after after completion of his one-day remand in a case filed under ICT Act.

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Metropolitan Magistrate Zakir Hossain Tipu passed the order after police produced Sunny around 3:00pm on completion of his one-day remand.

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Earlier on Sunday, metropolitan magistrate Pranab Kumar put Arafat Sunny on a one-day remand in the case filed by a 23-year-old woman Nasrin Sultana, who claims to be Sunny’s wife.

The woman claimed that Sunny had married her in 2014 but did not give her formal recognition and threatened her by sending her photos of their intimate moments using facebook messenger, he said.

In the case statement, Nasrin claimed to be in a relationship with Sunny for the last seven years and also said that the couple got married on December 4, 2014.

Sunny, while speaking to police on Sunday and during remand on Monday, denied the allegations and said that they were fabricated. He however acknowledged his acquaintance with the woman.

In the mean time, on Monday, the woman filed another case against Sunny claiming that he sought Tk 20 lakh dowry. [Read also: Bangladesh likely to play practice match with Hyderabad Ranji side]

Sunny has played 16 ODIs and 10 T20Is for Bangladesh since his debut in 2014; his last appearance was in the World T20 in India in March 2016. Sunny was reported for a suspect action in that tournament, which was later found to be illegal. He was cleared to resume bowling in September 2016, but was once again reported during the BPL in November that year.

– Jannatul Naym Pieal, Correspondent, bdcrictime.com

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