One awarded death 3 prison terms for killing Brac Bank official

One awarded death 3 prison terms for killing Brac Bank official

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The Speedy Trial Tribunal-4 of Dhaka yesterday (Monday) sentenced a young man to death and three others to different terms of imprisonment for killing a Brac Bank official in Mirzapur Upazila area of Tangail in 2011.
Judge Abdur Rahman Sardar of the tribunal sentenced Abdul Majid Dalim, 34, son of Kiamuddin of Purba Balikha village in Dhamrai upazila of Dhaka to death. The court also fined him Tk 20,000, while another convict Jahangir Alam, 26, son of Abdus Salam of Nayadangi village in Singair upazila of Manikganj, was awarded life imprisonment with a fine of Tk 10,000. The other two convicts: Mohammad Idul, 26, son of Amjad Hossain of Goubda village in Rajarhat upazila of Kurigram and Faruk Hossain, 27, son of Jamal Miah of Jolapara village in Sayedpur upazila of Nilphamari, were sentenced to five years’ imprisonment and they were also fined Tk 5000 each. Of the victims, Faruk Hossain is on the run.
The brief prosecution story says that victim TM Mehedi Masud, former Brac Bank
official of Gulshan Branch, went to Jamgara of Savar Upazila, receiving a call from Abdul Majid Dalim on September 16, 2011.
At a stage, accused Dalim, Jahangir, Idul and Faruk took control of the car from Masud. He was driving the car they were on board. Later, they took the car to Mirzapur and strangulated Masud. They dumped his body under Shubhulya ridge in Mirzapur upazila of Tangail. The following day, the corpse of Masud was found floating in water area.
Bimal Chandra, a Sub-Inspector of Mirzapur Police Station filed a case in this connection. CID inspector Zafar Iqbal of Tangail submitted the charge sheet of the case against four people on September 29, 2013. Accused Idul and Jahangir made confessional statements admitting their involvement in the murder.
After examining records including the depositions of the witnesses, the Speedy Trial Tribunal-4 Judge of Dhaka handed down the verdict.

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