National cricketer Shahadat Hossain was sent to jail by a Dhaka Court after he surrendered before it on Monday, a day after police arrested his wife Nrittya Shahadat in a case filed over torturing his 11-year-old domestic help.
Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Md Yusuf Hossain passed the above order after rejecting his bail prayer.
On Monday morning, Shahdat along with his lawyer Advocate Kazi Nazibullah Hiru entered the court of Metropolitan Magistrate Md Yusuf Hossain and sought bail.
In his bail hearing the Shahadat counsel said to the court that Shahadat does not acquainted with the Kitchen's matter and he has no involvement with the offence so he is entitled to get the bail.
On the other hand Assistant Commissioner (AC) Prosecution of Police, Md Mirasuddin opposed his bail prayer as the offence was heinous. After a long hearing the CMM court turned down his bail plea and sent him jail.
On September 13, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) suspended the cricketer over the allegation for torturing domestic help.
Earlier on Sunday a Dhaka Court allowed police to quiz Shahadat's wife Nrittya at jail gate for three days in the case. Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Md Younus Khan also rejected both bail and remand prayers after hearing.
Mirpur police arrested cricketer Shahadat's wife Nrittya Shahadat from his father-in-law's house at Malibagh in the wee hours of Sunday.
The Investigation Officer (IO) of the case and also Officer-in-Charge (investigation) of Mirpur Police, Shafiqur Rahman, produced her before the CMM court with a prayer to grant a five-day remand for interrogation.
Mahfuza Akhter Happy, 11, the domestic help in cricketer Shahadat's residence, was found lying injured on a roadside near Sangbadik Colony area at Pallabi of the city. Happy claimed that Shahadat Hossain and his wife used to torture her.