Youth beaten dead over theft in Ctg

Youth beaten dead over theft in Ctg

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Chittagong -A young man was beaten to death allegedly by a group of local people at Shitalpur village in Sitakunda upazila early Wednesday on allegation of stealing a mobile phone set.The deceased was identified as Abdul Malek,26, son of Siddik Patwari, a resident of Hajiganj upazila in Chandpur district.He used to live in a rented house at Bagula Bazar in the same upazila.Quoting locals and family members, sub-inspector of Sitakunda Police Station Kamal said one Azam, along with his men, numbering 10-12, picked up Malek from Bagula Bazar near his house and took him to Shitalpur village on Tuesday night alleging that Malek stole a mobile phone set.Later, Azam and his accomplices reportedly beat Malek mercilessly, leaving him dead on the spot.On Wednesday morning, family members rushed to the spot and noticed the body of Malek lying there and informed police.Later, police recovered the body and sent it to Chittagong Medical College Hospital morgue for an autopsy at about 10:00am.The lay enforcers also arrested five people in connection with the murder. (UNB)
Man, brother get life for killing ex-wife in Satkhira Satkhira -A tribunal here on Tuesday sentenced a man and his brother to life term imprisonment for killing his former wife in 2010.Satkhira Women and Children Repression Prevention Tribunal Judge Abu
Munsur Mohammad Ziaul Haq in a verdict handed down the punishment to Asadul Islam alias Asad and his younger brother Entadul Islam alias Inta of Jhikargachha upazila in Jessore district.The court also fined them Tk50,000 each, in default, to suffer three years more of rigorous imprisonment.According to the prosecution, Asadul had married Tarul Parvin,16, of Ilishpur village in Kalaroa upazila in 2010 and since then he used to torture her over dowry.Failing to bear the inhuman torture, Tarul had a breakup of marriage with her husband and started living in her parents’ house on May 8, 2010.The next day, Asadul along with some of his associates stormed the house of Tarul at night and threw some flammable substance on her body and left he scene.Later, Tarul succumbed to her injuries after a few days of treatment.Abu Bakkar Sardar, father of Tarul, filed a case with Kalaroa police station in this connection.
On July 24, 2010, police submitted a charge sheet accusing four people, including Asadul Islam and his brother Entadul Islam.After examining records and witnesses, the Women and Children Repression Prevention Tribunal, Satkhira pronounced the judgment, also acquitting two other accused as the allegation against them could not be proved. (UNB)

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