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 A court in Sylhet yesterday has remanded prime accused Saifur Rahman, Arjun Lashkar and Robiul Islam for five days in a case filed over the gang-rape of a woman at Sylhet’s MC College hostel, reports The Business Standard.
 Sylhet Metropolitan Magistrate Saifur Rahman granted the remand when they were produced before the court with a plea of seven-day remand, said Amullo Bhushan Chowdhury, assistant commissioner (prosecution) of Sylhet Metropolitan Police.  Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said that those involved in gang-rape of the new bride by tying her husband to the dormitory of Sylhet Murarichand (MC) College, must be punished, reports Jugantor.  He said the rape incident at MC College in Sylhet was a barbaric incident. Whoever did this must be punished.
The Home Minister said, “I have said before – we do not give concessions to anyone. We will do whatever is necessary to establish good governance to implement the promise of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
Saifur was arrested from Chhatak in Sunamganj on September 27, although he had disguised himself to avoid arrest.
The district detective branch of police arrested Arjun Lashkar, fourth accused in the case, from Mantala border area of Madhabpur upazila in Habiganj on the same day.
So far, police have arrested five suspects in the case.