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25-year old hacked to death in Magura
A 25-year-old man was hacked to death at Gangni village in Sadar upazila of Magura district in the area on Monday night. The deceased was identified as Shahidul Islam, son of Badsha Mollah of the village. Officer-in-charge of Magura Police Station Jobbarul Islam said local AL leader Abdur Rahman and Biplob Hossain, son of former UP chairman Nazrul Islam Montu, had a longstanding dispute over establishing supremacy in the area. Sahhidul Islam and Manik Mollah, supporters of Abdur Rahman, came under attack allegedly by the rival group around 8:30pm on Monday. The attackers hacked them with sharp weapons indiscriminately, leaving Sahhidul dead on the spot and Manik critically injured. Injured Manik was taken to Magura 250-bed Sadar Hospital. A clash broke out between the two groups following the death. Read more: Mirsharai Jubo League man hacked to death On information, police rushed to the spot and brought the situation under control. Three people including 2 policemen were injured during the calsh A case was filed at Magura Police Station in this regard, said the OC, adding that they have detained eight people from the spot.
Woman hacked to death by husband in city
A woman was allegedly killed by her husband over a family feud in the Manda area of the capital's Mugda in the early hours of Saturday.The victim was identified as Nargis Akhtar, 34, wife of rickshaw puller Rezaul Haque, 40, of Noakhali district.Abdul Aziz, sub-inspector (SI) of Mugda police station, said Nargis Akhtar and her husband Rezaul used to live in a rented house in North Manda of Mugda while their three children stay in the village.On Friday midnight, one of her children made a phone call to their mother. As no one received the call, a relative came to the house on Saturday morning and found the door locked from the outside. Read: Woman doctor's body found with throat slit in Dhaka hotelHe broke open the door and found Nargis lying in a pool of blood and informed police.On information, police recovered the body and sent it to a hospital morgue for an autopsy, added the SI."We are investigating the murder. However, we suspect a family feud behind the crime,” said the officer.
Teen hacked to death after clash over football game in Magura
A 14-year-old boy was hacked to death on Saturday following a clash over a football game. The incident occurred at Mohammadpur upazila in Magura. The deceased was identified as Hasib Munshi, son of Shaykeh Munshi and a student of class nine at a madrasa at Jhama village in the upazila, said Ahraful Islam, Officer-in-Charge of Mohammadpur police station. Also read: BCL leader hacked to death in Cox's Bazar An hour-long armed clash broke out between two groups over playing football at Char Jhama Primary School playground and previous rivalry which injured several people, said the OC. After the initial clash died down, some opponents found Hasib alone near the playground and hacked him with sharp weapons, said the police quoting locals. He was taken to Faridpur Boalmari Hospital around 8pm but the doctors declared him dead on arrival. Also read: Mother, son hacked dead in N’ganj “Efforts are on to arrest the accused and additional police have been deployed in the area,” said OC Ashraful Islam. Hasib’s brother Amanat Munshi said, “Hasib had no involvement with any of the clashing groups. We demand justice for our innocent brother’s death.”
Youth sentenced to death for killing mason in Sylhet
A court in Sylhet on Sunday sentenced a youth to death for killing a mason at Sylhet’s Beanibazar upazila in 2019. The convict is Abdul Mubin Limon, 18, of the upazila. Sylhet Additional District and Session Judge and Third Court Judge Md Mizanur Rahman Bhuiyan handed down the sentence. Also read: 4 of family killed in Sylhet landslide On December 28 in 2019, Mason Nazrul Islam was hacked to death at Nandirfal village of the upazila after being called through a phone call. Later, police recovered his body and a case was filed in this regard. Later, the investigating officer (IO) of the case, Sub-inspector (SI) Shah Alam Bhuiyan, arrested Abdul Mubin Limon on December 5 of the same year following the call list of the deceased’s mobile phone. Limon later confessed his involvement in the murder before Sylhet’s first class magistrate Noreen Karim. On June 29 in 2020, IO submitted a chargesheet against the convict in the court.
Farmer hacked to death in Pabna
A farmer was stabbed allegedly by his rivals over a land dispute in front of Ataikula Swargram Government Primary School in Santhia upazila on Sunday night. The victim has been identified as Ruhul Amin, 30, son of Akmal Hossain of Swargram village. Read: Missing man found dead in Sylhet Jalal Uddin, officer-in-charge of Ataikula Police Station, said some assailants attacked Ruhul with sharp weapons over an enmity around 11:30pm, leaving him severely wounded. Ruhul was rushed to Pabna General Hospital where doctors pronounced him dead on arrival. The body has been kept in the hospital morgue for autopsy, the OC added.
50-yr-old killed over family feud in Barishal
A 50-year-old woman was hacked to death allegedly by her daughter-in-law over a family feud in Kathalia village of Barishal's Bakerganj upazila on Wednesday night. The deceased was identified as Nazneen Begum, wife of Hanif Hawladar of the village. Also read: Woman, 2 daughters hacked dead in Manikganj: Husband held Alauddin Milon, officer-in-charge of Bakerganj Police Station, said Laboni Akter and her mother-in-law lived in their village house "while Nazneen’s two sons stay and work in Dhaka". Around 10.30pm, Ujjal, the elder son of Nazneen, made a phone call to his mother. As no one received the call, Ujjal requested his uncle Kalam Hawladar to visit their house. When Kalam reached the house, he found Nazneen lying in a pool of blood. Also read: BCL leader hacked dead in Kishoreganj, 1 held On information, police recovered the body and arrested Laboni. "We are investigating the murder. However, we suspect family feud behind the crime,” said the OC.
Youth hacked to death over affair in Manikganj
A 20-year-old man was hacked to death on Tuesday allegedly by some local youths over his affair with a woman in Singair upazila of Manikganj. The deceased was identified as Rony, son of Nawab Ali of Wisenagar village in the upazila, said Shafiqul Islam Molla, officer-in-charge of Singair police station. The alleged crime occurred in front of a local shop in East Bandail village of the upazila around 4pm. Also read: Man suffers bullet injuries during Eid congregation in Cumilla According to witnesses, some four or five men, including a youth named Shanto,18, from Sahrail village hacked him with sharp weapons over Rony’s love affair. Rony’s family took him to Enam Medical College and Hospital in Savar in a critical condition, where doctors declared him dead on arrival. OC Shafiqul said a murder case would be lodged in this regard after an autopsy. Also read: Two killed, 10 injured in Faridpur clash
Blogger Ananta killing: 4 sentenced to death
A Sylhet tribunal on Monday sentenced four people to death in blogger Ananta Bijoy Das murder case. Sylhet Anti-Terrorism Tribunal Judge Nurul Amin Biplab pronounced the judgment. Read:4 to die for killing three-wheeler driver in Khulna The condemned convicts are—Abul Hossain, 25, Foysal Ahmed, 27, Abul Khayer Rashid Ahmed, 25 of Kanaighat upazila and Mamunur Rashid, 25 of Tahirpur upazila in Sunamganj district. Among them, Rashid was present on the dock while the others were tried in absentia. The court acquitted Shafiur Rahman Farabi. Besides, another accused in the case Manan Yeahia died on November 2, 2017 while undergoing treatment at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University. According to the prosecution, blogger Ananta, also an activist of Sylhet Ganajagaran Mancha, was hacked to death some assailants in broad daylight at Subidbazar Bankalapara in Sylhet May 12, 2015. Rateshwar Das, elder brother of Ananta Bijoy, filed a case against four people with Airport Police Station the following day. Ananta Bijoy was also a writer in the ‘Mukto-Mona blog’, founded by blogger Avijit Roy - who had been murdered by some assailants in 2015. On May 9, 2017, CID inspector Arman Ali submitted a chargesheet against six people in the case. The case was shifted to the Anti-terrorism Tribunal in 2020. Read:Verdict in Humayun Azad murder case on April 13 On March 2, 2015, a Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) team arrested Farabi from Jatrabari bus stand in the capital while Julhas Bishwas and Abul Bashar were arrested from Fakirerpool area of the capital on September 10 for their alleged involvement in the blogger Avijit Roy killing. They were shown arrested in the blogger Ananta Bijoy Das murder case. Farabi was sentenced to life imprisonment in blogger Avijit killing case.
Man ‘kills wife, son’ in Gazipur
A woman and her son were allegedly hacked to death by her husband over family feud at Board Bazar in Gazipur early Monday. The deceased were identified as Rahima, 38, wife of rickshaw puller Mofiz of Tangail district and their son Rokon, 17. Locals alleged Mofiz hacked Rahima and Rokon to death around 1am at his house in Board Bazar area and fled the scene immediately. Read:7-year old hacked to death for only Tk 10 in Chuadanga Deceased’s relative said Mofiz used to torture Rahima. Ismail Hossain, officer-in-charge (OC) of Gachha Police Station, said the bodies were sent to Shaheed Tajuddin Ahmad Medical College and Hospital morgue for autopsy. Efforts are on to arrest Mofiz, the OC added.
Local AL leader killed in Jashore
A local Awami League leader was allegedly hacked to death by a group of assailants in Jashore on Monday evening. The deceased was identified as Thandu Mia, 44, member of Patibila Union Parishad ward-4 and son of Sirajul Islam of Patibila village in Chougacha upazila. Six more people sustained injuries in the attack. They have been identified as Mominur Rahman, 44, Abdul Hamid, 45, Wasim Sarkar, 32, Tito, 32, Abu Bakar Siddique, 40, and Mokbul Hossain, 35, from the same village. Also read: Autorickshaw driver hacked dead in Ctg According to Mokbul and other witnesses, all of them were sitting at a tea stall at Patibila Bazar around 7pm when some 10 people, including Tito, Ibrahim, Selim, Tota and Ashraf, attacked them with sharp weapons and sticks over an old enmity. Locals rushed the injured to Chougacha Upazila Health Complex. Thandu, Mominur and Abdul were later shifted to Jashore General Hospital, where doctors pronounced Thandu’s death. Saiful Alam, officer-in-charge of Chougacha police station, said, "Efforts are on to nab the accused." Also read: Rohingya boatman hacked to death in Cox's Bazar