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Kakrail murders: Prime suspect arrested from Gopalganj

05 November 2017 bdnews24.com
Kakrail murders: Prime suspect arrested from Gopalganj


The Rapid Action Battalion or RAB has arrested the prime suspect in the murders of a woman and her 18-year-old son in Dhaka.
Shamsun Nahar and her son Sajjadul Karim Shaon were found murdered on Wednesday in their at the capital's Kakrail.
Prime suspect Al Amin Jony has been arrested early on Saturday from Gopalganj's Maksudpur, said RAB-3 chief Lt Col Md Emranul Hasan.
Following the murders, police detained Shamsun Nahar's husband businessman Abdul Karim.
The next day police arrested a woman, Sharmin Aktar Mukta, and said she is the third wife of Karim, whose business concerns range from grocery to producing films.
Prime suspect Al Amin is Mukta's brother.
"He has confessed to the murders and revealing further information," said senior RAB officer Hasan adding details will be provided in media briefing later.
Forty-six-year-old Shamsun Nahar is the first wife of Karim. The couple had three sons, including Shaon who was murdered the same day. The other two sons live abroad.
Police said Karim married her 28 years ago. Later, he married a woman named Farida, but the marriage did not last.  Four years ago, Karim married Mukta.
The murder case started by Shamsun Nahar's brother Ashraf Ali accuses Karim, Mukta, Al Amin and several other unidentified people.
According to the case details, Mukta had come to Shamsun Nahar a few months ago and threatened her.
Quoting witnesses, plaintiff Ahsraf Ali claimed that Al Amin Jony along with few others murdered the mother and son.

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