son kills father
A sexagenarian man was killed by his son with a knife in Chattogram's Sitakunda upazila on Tuesday. The deceased Belal Hossain, 62, hailed from North Wapda East Surlikka village of Sudharam Thana in Noakhali. He used to live with his family in Babu Colony of East Hasnabad Ward No. 4 of Bhatiari Union of the upazila. Abul Kalam Azad, officer-in-charge (OC) of Sitakunda police station, said victim Belal had a quarrel with his son Mohammad Helal. The police officer said Helal had an affair with a girl and he wanted to marry her. But his father did not agree to get the son married because he was jobless. Read: Lightning strikes kill three in Kushtia, Natore At one point, Helal stabbed his father leaving him seriously injured and ran away. Later, injured Belal Hossain was rushed to Chittagong Medical College Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. Legal action will be taken in this regard, added the OC.
A visually impaired father died after by his son pushed him to the ground over family disputes in Mohammadpur Upazila of Magura on Thursday, police said. The deceased was identified as Monoronjon Biswas,73. He was a resident of Nohata Union of Mohammadpur Upazila. Two people were arrested over the matter, confirmed Nasir Uddin, the Officer-in Charge of Mohammadpur Police Station. “The father and son locked horns on a very silly matter today and at one stage Monoronjon fell on the ground after being pushed and was hit on the head,” he said. Read: Son ‘kills’ father in Tangail “He got unconscious right after being pushed to the ground and was immediately rushed to a local medical facility where the on-duty doctor declared him dead,” the officer added. However, he refused to draw any conclusion without an investigation on whether the son intentionally killed his father or if it was an unfortunate accident. He also informed that a case was filed over the incident.
A retired bank official was killed allegedly by his son at Kolabagan area of sadar upazila on Friday night. The deceased was identified as Alef Khan, 67, a retired official of Janata Bank and resident of the area. Family members alleged that Jahangir Alam Khan used to torture his father for money, said Md Rashid Ahmmed, officer-in-charge of Khagrachhari Sadar Police Station.