A new case has been filed against Tuhin Siddiqui Omi, one of the accused in actor Porimoni assault case, under the Bangladesh Passport Act 1920.
Earlier today, the Detective Branch of Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) carried out a drive and seized 102 passports from Omi's "Singapore Training Centre" in the Capital's Dakkhinkhan area.
Biplob Ghowsami, assistant commissioner of DMP (Dakkhinkhan zone), told The Business Standard that the investigation officer of actor Pori Moni attempted rape and murder case from Savar Police Station conducted the drive and seized the passports.
Police have also detained two persons and a press conference will be held at Savar police station at 3 pm regarding the matter.
Tuhin Siddiqui Omi, along with businessman Nasiruddin Mahmud, was arrested yesterday in a case filed over rape and murder attempts on actor Shamsunnahar Smrity, popularly known as Pori Moni.
They were placed on a seven-day remand each in a case filed under the Narcotics Control Act.
The three other accused in the case are Lipi Akhter, 18, Sumi Akhter, 19, and Nazma Amin Snigdha, 24. They have been granted three-day remand each.
Pori Moni, in a press conference on Sunday, alleged that she had been assaulted and threatened with murder at Dhaka Boat Club on 9 June after midnight.