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10 get life term over murder

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KHULNA: A tribunal here yesterday sentenced 10 people to life term imprisonment each for killing a college student at Kumirdanga village in Terokhada upazila in 2009. Khulna Speedy Trial Tribunal Judge MA Rab Hawladar passed the order, reports UNB.

The convicts are Nabir Hossain, Tayubur Rahman, Aka Mia Sheikh, Khaza Mia, Bulu Mia, Asikar Sheikh, Chan Mia Sheikh, Monir Sheikh, Yahia Sheikh and Kamal Sheikh of Kumirdanga village.

All the convicts were present on the dock.

According to the case statement, Sheikh Badrudoza, a student of Government Bangabandhu College in Khulna, had an argument with the convicts when he protested the disturbance of some children during Johr prayers in a mosque on September 13 in 2009.

At one stage, the convicts beat up Badrudoza, leaving him dead on the spot. Later, the victim's brother filed a case with Terokhada Police Station over the matter accusing 12 people. Another report adds from Chattogram: A court here on Thursday sentenced a man to life term imprisonment in a case filed for killing his wife in 2000.

The convicted man is Md Anwar Ullah, a resident of Kalakum village in Bhujpur union in Fatikhchhari upazila.

The court also fined him Tk 50,000, in default, to suffer two years more imprisonment. According to prosecution, Anwar strangled his wife Laily Begum to death on April 22 in 2000 as she did not give him permission for second marriage. Later, he kept a bottle of poison beside the body to stage the incident as suicide. Later, victim's father Kamal Ullah filed a case with Fatikchhari police station.

 

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