A 38-year-old man was allegedly hacked to death over an extramarital affair in Pirganj upazila of Rangpur on Sunday night, said police. The deceased Mostafizur Rahman Chengtu was son of late Boyes Prodhan at Aga Chatra village in Chatra union of the upazila. He was a farmer by profession. BNP’s associate bodies’ road march from Rangpur to Dinajpur begins this noon Police and locals said Chengtu was in an extramarital relationship with Rowshan Ara Begum, wife of one Rustam Ali of the same village, for the past few years. A rivalry was prevailing between them over the matter. Rustam took position under a banyan tree in the village on Sunday night and hacked Chengtu with sharp weapons after intercepting him on his way home from a local market, they said. Suspended ADC Harun attached to Rangpur Range DIG office Chengtu was left critically injured and rushed to Upazila Health Complex by locals where he succumbed to his injuries around 11:15pm. Anwarul Islam, officer-in-charge of Pirganj Police Station, said the victim’s son Sajib Mia filed a murder case on Monday morning. Debate Triumph: Anwar Girls College, Rangpur Cantonment excel Though the accused is now on the run, they were trying to arrest him, the OC added.
A Cumilla court on Monday convicted a man and sentenced him to death for killing a man in 2015. The condemned convict is identified as Azad Mia, 35, son of Bahadur Mia of Homna upazila. AL infighting leaves 1 dead , 10 injured in Cumilla Judge of the Cumilla Additional District and Session Judge Court-3, Rozina Khan handed down the punishment. The court also acquitted two others—Salauddin, 28 and Nasir Uddin, 22---two siblings of the convict, as allegations brought against them could not be proved. Three crushed under bus wheels in Cumilla According to the prosecution, the convict beat Joj Mia up mercilessly, while he was sitting at the bus stand, over previous enmity on May 22, 2015. At one stage, he stabbed Joj Mia with a sharp weapon, leaving him dead. 16 Chhatra League men suspended for grieving Sayeedi's death on Facebook in Cumilla Anwar Ali, brother of Joj Mia, filed a case against three people with Homna Police Station. Police submitted chargesheet against them.
A 48-year-old man was stabbed to death allegedly by his daughter at Dehati village in Jibannagar upazila of Chuadanga district on Saturday. The deceased was identified as Matiar Rahman Moti, 48, son of Golam Hossain of the village and a crockery vendor. Being informed by local people, police recovered the body of Matiar from the house around 7:30 am, said SM Zabeed Hassan, officer-in-charge of Jibannagar Police Station. 11 get life imprisonment for 2019 murder of man in Laxmipur The body bore several injury marks, said the OC. Police detained Taslima Khatun, wife and Moyna Khatun, 25, daughter of of Matiar from the house. The actual reason behind the death could be known after getting the autopsy report, said police. Mother, daughter murdered in Bagerhat Majibor Rahman, member of the No 2 ward of KDK Union, said Taslima and Moyna claimed that Matiar made an illicit proposal to Moyna and so she killed her out of anger.
Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Tuesday (August 08, 2023) said that the “evil force” called BNP must be resisted to keep the values of Liberation War and democracy safe in Bangladesh. Quader made the remark after paying tribute to Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib on her 94th birth anniversary at Dhaka’s Banani graveyard this morning. Read: AL delegation to leave Dhaka for New Delhi on Sunday The road, transport and bridges minister said, “Politics of murder and conspiracy started in the country since the brutal assassinations of Bangabandhu on August 15 and four national leaders on November 3 in 1975. The grenade attack on August 21, 2004, primarily targeting Bangabandhu's daughter Sheikh Hasina, was a continuation of that.” “Twenty-three lives were lost, including Ivy Rahman, in that grenade attack. BNP was behind this history of bloodbath. This party initiated the politics of murder and conspiracy in Bangladesh,” Quader added. Read: AL can achieve the impossible if it stays united: Information Minister Obaidul Quader also said Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib is one of the most remarkable women in Bangladesh’s history. “From Sheikh Mujib to Bangabandhu, from Bangabandhu to the Father of the Nation – Begum Mujib was not only Bangabandhu’s wife, she was also a dedicated partner in all the struggles,” he said.
A 19-year-old van puller was stabbed to death, allegedly over previous enmity, at Kajikanda village in Nagarkanda upazila of Faridpur district on Tuesday night. The deceased was identified as Rubel Sheikh, son of Salam Sheikh of the upazila. Miraj Hossain, officer-in-charge of Nagarkanda Police Station, said Rubel had previous enmity with some young men in the upazila and they often locked into altercations. Land dealer Ekhlas killing: DB arrests 5 suspects including industrialist mastermind Some young men including Rony Sheikh, 18, son of Hayat Sheikh of Hiabaldi village, waylaid Rubel and stabbed him indiscriminately on Kajikanda Road around 10:30 pm, leaving him injured. Later, he was taken to Nagarkanda Upazila Health Complex where he succumbed to his injuries around 11 pm. Three held over killing siblings in Kishoreganj Rony was injured during the attack and he was undergoing treatment at the same hospital. Police detained three people including Rony for interrogation. Gunman opens fire on Philadelphia streets, killing 5
A 27-year-old woman and her eight-year-old son were allegedly beaten to death by her husband’s nephew over a land dispute at Pachra Bepari Bari in Chauddagram upazila of Cumilla district early Wednesday. The deceased were identified as Nipa Akter, wife of Anwar Hossain, a Bangladeshi working in Dubai, and Ali Ahsan Muzahid, their son. Quoting Nipa’s father Jalal Ahmed, Shubho Ranjan Chakma, officer-in-charge of Chauddagram Police Station, said Anwar and his brother Mir Hasan had been at loggerheads over a piece of land. 7 to die for murder in Cumilla Nipa and her son Muzahid were sleeping in their house on Tuesday night. At the dead of night, Mainul Hasan Shubho, 22, son of Mir Hasan, beat them up with a log, leaving them injured, the OC quoted the deceased woman’s father. Hearing their screams, local people rushed in and took the injured mother and son to Chauddagram Upazila Health Complex where the doctors declared Nipa dead around 2:30 am. 2 get death penalty for murder in Cumilla Muzahid died on the way to Dhaka, said police. Police are trying to arrest the attackers, said the OC. Father, son die as train hits autorickshaw in Cumilla
Miscreants hacked a farmer to death at Nawada Khadimpur village in Kushtia's Mirpur upazila early Monday. The deceased was identified as Rabiul Islam Rabi,48, son of late Muktar Biswas of Gangpara area of the village. Ismail Hossain, elder brother of the deceased, said that his brother was sleeping in his house at night. Also Read: Fruit seller hacked to death by miscreants in Chuadanga The miscreants entered the house around 12:30 am and stabbed him multiple times, leaving him seriously injured, he said. Relatives rescued him and admitted to Kushtia General Hospital. He died around 6:30 am on the way to Rajshahi Medical College Hospital for better treatment. Also Read: Man hacked to death by son in Sylhet Officer-in-Charge (OC) of Mirpur Police Station Rafiqul Islam said that some people are being interrogated in connection with the murder. The body was sent to Kushtia General Hospital morgue for post-mortem, he added. Also Read: Village police hacked dead in Narail
A Cumilla court on Wednesday sentenced two people to death over the murder of a man in Homna upazila in 2010. Comilla Additional District and Sessions Judge Rozina Khan delivered the judgment after hearing. Also Read: Chandpur man gets death penalty for killing wife for dowry The death row convicts- Md Majnu Mia and Kabir Mia- were tried in absentia. The two convicts were also fined TK 20,000 each. Also Read:Six gets death penalty for killing college teacher in Cumilla According to case details, on July 28, 2010, Abdul Karim, 35, of Bagmara Paschimpara village, was killed and police recovered his body on August 2 from the Titas river. Karim's brother filed a case with Homna Police Station in Comilla against 6 people. Also Read: 23 get death penalty for Rajib murder in Madaripur
A 19-year-old Rohingya boy was shot dead allegedly by miscreants at Kutupalong Rohingya camp in Ukhiya upazila on Monday. The deceased was identified as Mohammad Bashir, son of Rahmat Ullah and resident of No 6 camp. Also Read: UN urgently appeals for international support for Rohingyas Sheikh Mohammad Ali, officer-in-charge of Ukhiya Police Station, said a group of masked miscreants, numbering 25-30 , opened fire on the boy, leaving him injured. Later, he was taken to a hospital where the doctors declared him dead. Also Read: UN agencies face funding challenges in feeding Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, official says The reason behind the killing could not be known immediately. Police are trying to arrest the attackers, said OC.
A man was hacked to death allegedly by his son in Sylhet’s Jaintapur upazila on Saturday over a silly matter. The deceased was identified as Sadhu Patro, 60, resident of the upazila’s Ahmed Nagar Kalichari Chakanagul Cha-Bagan area. According to locals, there was an argument between the man and his son Chaitanya Patro, 22, and at one stage the son hacked his father with a sharp weapon. Locals rushed him to the Sylhet M.A.G. Osmani Medical College and Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries later that night. On information, police conducted a drive in the area and detained him, said Omar Faruque, officer-in-charge of Jaintapur Model Police Station. A case was filed in this regard, he said.