Verdict of Rajon murder case fixed on 8 Nov

Verdict of Rajon murder case fixed on 8 Nov


The verdict in the sensational teenage boy Samiul Alam Rajon murder case will be delivered on November 8.Sylhet Metropolitan Session’s Judge Akbar Hossain Mridha fixed the date on Tuesday on completion of placing arguments in the case.

On Tuesday, lawyers of prime accused Kamrul Islam and Moyna Miah alias Bara Moyna placed arguments before the court.

On Sunday, all the arrested accused in the sensational murder case pleaded not guilty before the court. They claimed themselves innocent when the judge read out charges brought against them before them.

A total of 36 witnesses made their depositions before the court from October 1 till October 18 in connection with the Rajon murder.

Following a petition filed by Kamrul Islam, the court on October 20 allowed cross-examination of 11 witnesses. The defence lawyers cross-examined them the following day.

On July 8, 13-year-old boy Sheikh Samiul Alam Rajon, son of Sheikh Azizur Rahman of Badeali village in Sadar upazila, was brutally tortured to death over a theft at Sundar Ali Market in Kumargaon area of the city.

The killers themselves took the video footage of the incident. The video clip went viral on social networking site Facebook and video-sharing site Youtube which triggered a widespread outcry.

The investigation officer of the case submitted charge sheet accusing 13 people on August 16 before the court in Sylhet.

The accused are Kamrul Islam, son of late Abdul Malek of Kumargaon Sheikhpara in Sylhet Sadar upazila, his brother Muhit Alam, Ali Haidar alias Ali, Shamim Alam, Pavel Islam, Moyna Miah alias Bara Moyna, Nur Ahmed alias Nur Miah, Dulal Ahmed, Ayaz Ali, Taj Uddin Badal, Firoz Maih, Asmot Ali alias Asmot Ullah and Ruhul Amin alias Ruhel.

On October 15, fugitive accused Kamrul was brought home from Saudi Arabia. Later, a court sent him to jail when he was produced before the court on the following day.

Kamrul Islam, 24, had fled to Saudi Arabia after the incident where he was held by local Bangladeshis and then handed over to Jeddah police.


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