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18 August, 2015 00:00 00 AM
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Badda triple murders

BCL leader placed on 2-day remand

A Dhaka Court yesterday placed two arrestees, including a local Awami League (AL) leader, on remand for two days in connection with the Badda triple murders.
The accused were Md Faruque Milon, student affairs secretary of the Badda thana unit of the AL, and Noor Mohammad, a local Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) leader. After the hearing, Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Atiqur Rahman passed the order.
Earlier, inspector Fazlul Hoque of the Detective Branch (DB), who is also the investigation officer of the case, produced the duo before the court, seeking 10 days’ remand.
Shaikh Nazmul Alam, deputy police commissioner of Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DB–North), told The Independent that on receiving secret information, a DB team arrested Milon and Noor in connection with the murder, from Vatara and Badda area, on Sunday night. During primary interrogation, they disclosed the main motive behind the murder and the planning of the murder, and identified members of the killing mission and the arms used in the murder.
Milon was not directly involved in the killing mission, though he was one of the key plotters behind the murder, said DC Nazmul Alam. Noor directly took part in the killing, he added.
Meanwhile, while briefing reporters at the DMP media centre yesterday, the DB’s joint commissioner Monirul Islam said disputes centred on the establishment of absolute supremacy over the trade in the waste from readymade garments factories were the main reason behind the triple murders. “But there are some other reasons. We are also investigating these,” he explained.

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