Earlier, the prime accused Saifur Rahman, and 5 others have placed on a five-day remand over the case
Mahfuzur Rahman has placed on a five-day remand in a case filed over the gang-rape of a woman at Sylhet's MC College hostel.
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (CMM) Abul Kashem granted a five-day remand after hearing a remand plea of seven-day.
Earlier, the prime accused Saifur Rahman, and 5 others have placed on a five-day remand over the case.
On September 25 afternoon, a couple from South Surma in Sylhet went to visit MC College. Five to six leaders and activists of Chhatra League grabbed them, brought them to the dormitory, and beat them up both. Later, he tied her husband and raped her in front of him.
The next day, the victim's husband filed a case against nine people at the city's Shahparan police station, naming six people. All the six accused are - Bangladesh Chhatra League activists. They are Saifur Rahman, Mahbubur Rahman Rony, Tarek, Arjun Lankar, Rabiul Islam and Mahfuzur Rahman. The victim is currently admitted to the OCC centre of Osmani Hospital in Sylhet.