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6 August, 2015 00:00 00 AM
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Two women ‘killed by husbands’

UNB

Two women were killed allegedly by their husbands in Rajshahi and Khulna on Tuesday, reports UNB. In Rajshahi, police recovered the body of a woman, who was allegedly stabbed to death by her husband, from Bhugrail Kalur Mor area in Paba upazila on Tuesday morning. The deceased was identified as Morjina Begum, 50, wife of Korban Ali of the area. Locals said Korban had four wives and used to beat up Morjina over disputes relating to her co-wives. On the Monday morning, the couple again locked into a quarrel over the same issue. On Tuesday morning, locals found Morjina’s body lying on the floor in her house and informed police. Later, police recovered the body from the scene. Officer-in charge of Shah Mokdum police station Abdur Rauf said Morjina might have been stabbed dead with a spade by her husband over family feud.
Azahar Ali, brother of the deceased, filed a case with Shah Mokdum police station against Korban Ali. Howver, Korban Ali remains at large. In Khulna, a housewife was beaten to death allegedly by her husband over dowry at Kakia village in Lobonchhara on Tuesday night.
The deceased was identified as Tara Begum, 25, wife of Moklasur Rahman, a resident of the village and daughter of Mojaffor Goldar, hailing from Khojadanga village in Rupsa upazila. Quoting family members, police said Moklasur Rahman married Tara 18 months ago. After the marriage, Moklasur had been demanding money as dowry from Tara’s family and often tortured her.
On Tuesday night, Moklasur again forced Tara to bring money from her father, but she denied it. At one stage, Moklasur beat Tara indiscriminately at their residence at Kakia village, leaving her dead on the spot.
Later, he hanged the body with the ceiling of the house to make it appear like a suicide and informed Mojaffor Goldar, father of Tara, about her suicide.
Mojaffor Goldar informed police about the incident and filed a murder case against Moklasur Rahman, his mother Fulzan, his nieces Khadiza and Beauty.
Informed, law enforcers of Lobanchora police station recovered the body from Moklasur’s house and arrested Moklasur Rahman, his mother Fulzan, his nieces Khadiza and Beauty in this connection.

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Published by the Editor on behalf of Independent Publications Limited at Media Printers, 446/H, Tejgaon I/A, Dhaka-1215.
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