Police get a suspect on remand for five days over Sylhet boy's murder

Police get a suspect on remand for five days over Sylhet boy’s murder


Police have been granted five days to grill Muhith Alam for suspected involvement in torturing 13-year-old Samiul Alam Rajan to death in Sylhet.The court of Sylhet’s Second Metropolitan Magistrate Farhana Yasmin granted the remand on Monday.
Investigator Jalalabad Police Station OC Alamgir Hossain moved the court for a week’s remand on Sunday.Residents of Badeali village, where Rajan’s family lives, gave police a 12-hour ultimatum on Sunday night to catch all the killers.Locals caught Alam and handed him over to police after the murder on July 8 when he was trying to take away the body in a microbus. Jalalabad police later filed a case against Alam, his brother Kamrul Islam, Ali Haider, and Moyna Mia.Sylhet Metropolitan Police’s Additional Deputy Commissioner Rahmat Ullah, who is heading a four-member investigation committee formed on Sunday night, said his team was already on the job.Rajan was beaten to death on July 8 morning after being accused of stealing a rickshaw van at Kumargaon of Sylhet Sadar Upazila.One of those who tortured had filmed the shocking footage and released it on a social networking site.The 28-minute video clip created a furore on the social media after it went viral on the internet.bdnews24.com


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