Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Atiqul Islam passed the request on Sunday subsequent to dismissing a seven-day remand appeal documented by the police.
The Rapid Action Battalion captured Hafizuddin alongside previous armed force official Muhammad Ishaque Mian on Saturday on charges of running purposeful publicity against the state.
They had traded false, deceptive, nonexistent and deliberate talks about the job of various government offices by means of email, as indicated by the case started by the RAB.
The RAB charged Hafizuddin and Ishaque under segments 27, 31 and 45 of the Digital Security Act.
The segments of the demonstration are identified with offenses like imperiling national security through digital fear based oppression, obliterating collective congruity, and supporting these offenses.
“He is sick. He didn’t send any email. There are no charges against him for the situation. He ought to be conceded bail,” Masud Ahmed Talukder, who spoke to Hafizuddin in court, said during the consultation.
Legal counselor Azad Rahman and Hemayet Uddin Khan Hiron represented the state.