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Fardin murder: Bushra lands in jail after remand

16 November 2022
Fardin murder: Bushra lands in jail after remand


UNB, Dhaka :

A Dhaka court on Wednesday sent Amatullah Bushra to jail after expiry of her five-day remand in a case over the murder of Buet student Fardin Noor Parash.

Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Ataullah passed the order after turning down her bail plea.

Producing Bushra before the court, investigating officer of the case and Detective Branch (DB) Police Inspector Mojibur Rahman sought permission to keep her in jail until the investigation is over.

Bushra was placed on the five-day remand on November 10 after being arrested from her Banasree home in Dhaka.

Kazi Nuruddin Rana, Fardin’s father, filed a case against Bushra and several unidentified people in connection with his son’s killing with Rampura Police Station on the same day and the case was later transferred to DB police.

Fardin was a 3rd year student of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology’s civil engineering department and a resident of Qutubpur area in Narayanganj's Fatullah.

Police recovered Fardin’s body from the Shitalakhkhya River, behind a cotton mill at Siddhirganj, on November 7, three days after he went missing.

On November 8, Sheikh Farhad, a physician at Narayanganj General Hospital where the autopsy was done, said there were several injury marks on Fardin’s head and body.

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