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6 April, 2018 09:31:41 AM
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Rathish Chandra murder: Quamrul put on 10-day remand

Independent Online Desk
Rathish Chandra murder: Quamrul put on 10-day remand
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A Rangpur court  on Thursday placed Quamrul Islam, the alleged lover of special public prosecutor Rathish Chandra Bhowmik's wife Snigdha Sarkar Dipa, on a 10-day remand over the murder of the lawyer, reports UNB.

Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Arifa Yesmin Mukta passed the order around 9:30pm after police produced him before her court seeking a remand for 10 days.

The court also recorded the confessional statements of Snigdha and her two students -- Sabuj and Rokonuzzaman -- under Section 164 of the penal code.

Besides, Rathish's assistant Madan Milon Mohant was shown arrested over the killing and sent to jail.

Special public prosecutor Rathish Chandra Bhowmik was found dead at Tajhat Mollahpara of the city early Wednesday, five days after he went missing.

Based on the information gleaned from his wife Snigdha Sarkar Dipa, members of Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) recovered Rathish's body from under the ground at an under-construction building site around 2am.

Earlier on Tuesday night, the elite force picked up Snigdha, an assistant teacher of Tajhat High School, for interrogation over the missing of her husband.

Following her confessional statement, Rab recovered the body of the lawyer from the under-construction building of the brother of Snigdha's colleague Quamrul Islam. 

SI

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