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14 September, 2018 00:00 00 AM
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Four to die for murder in two districts

Our correspondent

Four people were sentenced to death for murder in Tangail and Shariatpur districts yesterday and on Wednesday. Our Tangail correspondent reports: A tribunal yesterday sentenced a young man to death for killing a minor girl after rape in Madhupur upazila in 2014. The condemned convicted is Kamrul Islam, 24, son of Saban Ali, a resident Bhutia Akhrachuna village in the upazila. The court also fined him Tk 1 lakh.

According to prosecution, when eight-year old girl Bithi was playing in a field of the village on May 19 in 2014 Kamrul took her to an orchard alluring her for giving litchi and violated her. Later, he killed her. Locals caught Kamrul and handed him over to police. During interrogation, Kamrul confessed to his guilt. Following his information, police recovered the body from the orchard.

Victim’s father Abul Kalam filed a murder case accusing Kamrul on May 20.

After examining all the records and witnesses, Tangail Women and Children Repression Prevention Tribunal judge Khaleda Yeasmin handed down the verdict.

In Shariatpur, a court on Wednesday sentenced three people to death for killing a housewife at Bhanuka village in Sadar Upazila in the district in 2014, reports UNB.

The condemned convicts are Sujon Talukdar, 24, son of Abdul Kader Talukdar, Saiful Islam, 22, son of Mujibur Rahman and Dulal Madbor, 22, son of Manan Madbar of Charsundi village in sadar upazila.

District Women and Children Repression Prevention Tribunal Judge Abdus Salam Khan passed the order.

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