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9 July, 2015 00:00 00 AM
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Chargesheet accepted

Nganj 7-Murder
CORRESPONDENT, Narayanganj

A Judicial Magistrate court in Narayanganj on Wednesday accepted the charge-sheet filed against 35 accused in the sensational seven-murder case.
The court of Saiduzzaman Sharif heard both the parties regarding the charge-sheet submitted before it and passed the order.
While Selina Islam, wife of murdered Councilor Nazrul Islam, had submitted a no-confidence on the charge-sheet, the other petitioner Dr Bijoy Kumar Pal, son-in-law of slain advocate Chandan Kumar Sarker, expressed satisfaction on the investigation report.

“All the 32 arrested and accused in the murders were in the dock during the court proceedings,” court Sub-Inspector Golam Hossain confirmed.
Md. Mamunur Rashid Mondol, Officer-In-Charge of the Narayanganj Detective branch and the case investigator, submitted the charge-sheet in court on April 8, 2015.
The charge-sheet accused 35 people of the killings. The list of accused included three senior officials of the RAB-11.
Prime accused in the case Nur Hossain, Councillor of Narayanganj and an Awami League leader, was also named in the charge-sheet.
On April 27, 2014, an armed gang abducted seven men from their private car at Shibu market on the Dhaka-Narayanganj link road. The abductees included Narayanganj City Corporation Councillor Nazrul Islam, his car driver and three associates. Advocate Chandan Kumar Sarker and his car driver were also abducted in the incident.
Four days after the incident, police recovered the dead bodies of six abductees from the Shitalakkhya river. The dead body of one abductee was recovered the following day from the same spot.
Two murder cases were filed with the Fatulla model police station in connection with the killings. Nazrul’s widow Selina Islam and advocate Chandan Kumar Sarker's son-in-law Dr Bijoy Kumar Pal filed separate cases regarding the incident. While Selina Islam mentioned Nur Hossain as the prime accused, Bijoy Kumar Pal did not mention any name in the case he filed with the police.
25 RAB men, including the then Commanding Officer of RAB-11 Lieutenant Colonel Tareque Sayeed Mohammad, Deputy Commander Major Arif Hossain, Lieutenant Commander Masud Rana and ten others have been named as prime accused in the investigation report.
Of those accused in the charge-sheet, 21 RAB men had given confessional statements before the court, while four of Nur Hossain's associates also confessed to their involvement in the brutal abduction killing and the concealing of dead bodies.
Prime accused in the case Nur Hossain, is currently in an Indian jail in a criminal case.
According to Selina’s lawyer Shakhawat Hossain, his client will appeal against the court's acceptance of the charge-sheet as five persons named as accused in the FIR were dropped. However, state defense lawyer AKM Fazlur Rahman said that the petitioner was only trying to waste time in the trial.
The 16-page charge-sheet submitted by the case investigator named 35 persons as accused in the case. A total of 162 evidences and 127 witnesses were cited in the charge-sheet submitted in court.

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