A top leader of the Popular Front of India (PFI) Minarul Seikh, state president of West Bengal, who was arrested by the sleuths of the Special Operation Unit (SOU) of Assam Police from Delhi on September 22 night, was brought to Guwahati on September 23.
Minarul along with another leader Bazrul Karim, state executive committee member of PFI, were produced before the court of the chief judicial magistrate of Kamrup Metro
They have been remanded to four-day police custody of the police. They will be produced before the court on September 27 again.
Minarul, son of late Meserulla Seikh, is also a member of the North Eastern Council (NEC) of PFI.
With Minarul, the SoU has arrested 11 PFI leaders. He was charged with the SOU PS case No 2/22 under section 120B/124 (A)/153(A)/353 of IPC.
Bazrul Karim, State Executive Committee member, PFI and general secretary, Barak Valley District Committee, PFI, was arrested by Karimjlganj police on Thursday and was brought to Guwahati on Friday.
Nine other PFI leaders were remanded to police custody for five days on earlirt on Thursday.
Of the ten PFI members arrested from Assam, four are from Nagarbera in Kamrup (Rural) district, two from Hatigaon (Guwahati), and one each from Karimganj, Barpeta, Baksa and Nagaon districts.