CHITTAGONG, Dec 9: The Court here on Tuesday granted bail to four people who were arrested for their alleged involvement in militant activities from a residential hotel in the port city.
The accused were identified as Abdul Mazid, 30, Salamat Ullah, 45, Shafiullah, 40 and Kabir Amin, 50, hailed from Bangladesh.
Meanwhile, the court denied the bail of a person named Mohammed Alam, 45, a Pakistani citizen.
Chittagong Metropolitan Magistrate Ahmed Sayed granted the bail Tuesday.
It may be mentioned that the Detective Branch (DB) of CMP arrested them suspecting as militants from Hotel Lords Inn on November 23.
A Pakistani passport had been recovered from Muhammad Alam's possession and he claimed to be the director of Global Rohingya Centre when the DB police questioned him.
Muhammad Alam admitted to the police that he came here to financially help the Rohingyas on behalf of the Netherlands based NGO Global Rohingya Centre.
He also admitted that he was supposed to visit Cox's Bazaar on Monday to distribute grants to Rohingyas now living at Ukhiya, Teknaf, and Naikhongchari.
The arrested Jamaat leader Salamatullah and Awami League activist Shafiullah weree allegedly involved with the Rohingya Solidarity Organisation (RSO).
Pakistani citizen Muhammad Alam visited Bangladesh on March, 2013. He also visited Bahrain on August, 2013.
During the current year he visited Bangladesh, Bahrain, Turkey, Jeddah, Thailand, Myanmar, Sudan, and Malaysia.
Another person Abdul Majid, was born in Mecca in 1983. His father is Abdul Ahad of Ukhiya upazila under Cox's Bazaar district. He also visited Bangladesh several times this year. He also visited Bahrain, Turkey, Thailand, India and Qatar.