Joint secretary general of Hefazat-e-Islam Mamunul Haq and organising secretary Azizul Haque Islamabadi and other controversial leaders have failed to make to the committee.

Maulana Ataullah Hafezi has been made the nayeb-e-amir of the committee and Maulana Sajedur Rahman has been made the joint secretary general.

Besides, Maulana Mir Idris has been made the organising secretary while Maulana Muhiuddin Rabbani made the publicity secretary of the committee.

Meanwhile, the Hefazat-e-Islam also announced its 16-member advisory committee making Junaid Babunagari as its chief.

It also announced a nine-member central khas committee which has been considered as 'Majlish e-Sura' of the party.

On 25 April, Hefazat-e-Islam chief Junaid Babunagari dissolved the organisation's central committee amid its controversial role in the vandalism launched during Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bangladesh in late March.

Many top Hefazat leaders have been arrested so far over the protests and violence orchestrated by the organisation's supporters and activists across the country against Modi's Bangladesh visit.

At least 77 cases have been filed against Hefazat leaders and activists from across the country over clashes and vandalism. More than 69,000 people have been accused in the incidents.