11 suspects arrested for murder of expatriate’s two daughters-in-law

Police have remanded Nur Mohammad’s two brothers Abdul Khaleq and Shah Alam for three days in connection with the rescue of the bloody bodies of three people, including a baby girl, from their home in Lama Champatli. After noon on Saturday (May 29), Lama was produced in the court of Senior Judicial Magistrate Anisur Rahman and remanded for seven days. However, after the hearing, the court granted remand to both of them for 3 days. Lama police officer in charge (OC) said. Mizanur Rahman confirmed the news.

Meanwhile, in the same incident, a total of eleven people including expatriate Nur Mohammad and 6 members of his family are being interrogated in police custody. Meanwhile, the wife of the two brothers and other relatives of the family are also in remand. Similarly, Abdul Mannan, a neighbor, Hafeez Saidur Rahman, who taught Tarabi in the mosque, and his brother have been in police custody for two days. Uttam Barua, a local youth, has been in jail since last Wednesday after being arrested in the case.

However, on the night of May 21, after recovering the body of the mother along with her two daughters from the house, the police took into custody two brothers Abdul Khaleq, Shah Alam, brother-in-law of the deceased Majeda, Abdur Rahim and his wife Rahela Begum. He was later released on bond.

Lama Police Station Officer-in-Charge Mohammad Mizanur Rahman said there was no visible progress yet. So far, a total of 13 suspects, including expatriate Nur Mohammad, have been taken into police custody for questioning. Three people, including the previous one, have been arrested so far.

According to a RAB source investigating the incident, 126 calls from Hafez Saidur Rahman, who had offered Tarabi prayers during Ramadan at a nearby mosque, were found on the rural number of the deceased Majeda Begum. Calls that last 5, 10 or 15 minutes. Expatriate Nur Mohammad also had a lot of complaints about this call. Nur Mohammad has threatened Hafeez several times by calling Saidur Rahman from exile for harassing his wife and daughters.

However, an SI of Lama Thana Police, who was involved in the investigation of the case, said on condition of anonymity that the body of the expatriate’s wife along with her two daughters had been recovered from the house. Just 20 yards from that house is the house of Pramad Barua, a neighbor to the south. To the west is the tinshed home of two brothers, Abdul Khaleq and Shah Alam, next to Nur Mohammad. Another neighbor to the north and the main road of Champatli to the east. In such a place without any kind of noise, the criminals are thinking that the criminals will leave safely. Didn’t anyone notice? Or did not come forward even after feeling the disturbance! Neighbors have no hand in this murder! The question is this sub-inspector of police.

The police official said that it is believed that the former killers entered the house, snatched the small child and took the mother and sister hostage first. And in that hostage situation, two people were raped and killed. Since the body of daughter Sumaiya Yasmin Prakash Rafi was lying on the bed and the body of mother Majeda Begum was lying on the floor under the bed in the same room. And the body of 10-month-old Nuri was in front of the door of another room. Moreover, there are big and small bite marks on one side of the face of the deceased Majeda Begum. The whole face and body are injured in the tweezers. Similarly, the face and body of SSC student Rafi were injured. There are clear signs of rape in both their bodies.

Note: Jannat Rida Prakash Nuri (10) and Sumaiya Yasmin Prakash Rafi (18) and his wife Majeda Begum from Nur Mohammad, two daughters of expatriate Nur Mohammad from a locked house in Champatli village of Ward No. 1 of Lama Municipality on May 20 (Friday) at 3 pm. Police recovered the bloody body of (36). Among the dead are signs of rape on the body of Rafi, the daughter of an expatriate, and her mother Majeda Begum. Similarly, images of bloody wounds on the body, forehead, back and chest of the three of them. Lal Moti Begum, mother of the deceased Majeda Begum, has filed a case against the unidentified accused at Lama Police Station on May 21 (Saturday).


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