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11 August, 2015 00:00 00 AM / LAST MODIFIED: 11 August, 2015 02:57:10 AM
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Blogger Niloy murder case handed over to DB

The murder case of progressive  blogger Niladri Chatterjee, alias Niloy Neel, was handed over to the Detective Branch of the Dhaka Metropolitan Police yesterday (Monday). Talking to The Independent, the Deputy Police Commissioner (Media and Public Relations), Muntasirul Islam, and Khilgaon police station’s inspector and also the investigation officer of the case, Anwar Hossain Khan, confirmed it. Muntasirul Islam said senior DB officers yesterday visited the spot and talked to residents of the house, where the Niloy was killed. The police said they were checking the mobile network data to trace the killer who had made calls from the flat, asking his three other accomplices to enter the flat. They are also going through the phone call records of Niloy, his wife and some of his friends.
Family members of the slain blogger want the police to interrogate Ashamoni, who claimed she was Niloy's wife. Niladri’s paternal uncle, advocate Bimol Chattopadhay, said law enforcers told them that they had asked Ashamoni to produce evidence of their marriage, but she could not. If she really was his wife, why didn't she go to the Dhaka Medical College Hospital morgue where Niloy’s autopsy was conducted, he asked. She did not also go to Chalisha village, in Sadar Upazila of Pirojpur, where he was cremated. She has not communicated with us till now, he added.
Ashamoni could not be reached over phone, despite several attempts by this correspondent since Sunday.
The Joint Commissioner of the DMP, Monirul Islam, said radical bloggers would be put on trial soon. He was talking to journalists at his office in the capital.

 

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