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Fardin wasn’t murdered in Narayanganj’s Chanpara, police say

17 November 2022
Fardin wasn’t murdered in Narayanganj’s Chanpara, police say


UNB, Dhaka :

Additional Commissioner (Detective Branch) of DMP, Mohammad Harunur Rashid, has said that Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) student Fardin Noor Parash was not killed in Narayanganj’s Chanpara.

“We don’t think Fardin was killed in Chanpara. We’re going to analyse CCTV footage,” said Harun.

The police officer said this while talking to journalists on Thursday noon.

Harun informed that Fardin’s last tracked location was in Dhaka’s Jatrabari.

“Fardin went inside a Laguna. He was accompanied by 3-4 men in t-shirts. The laguna went towards Tarabo Bishwa Road in Narayanganj. We’re looking for the driver of the laguna and the people who were accompanying Fardin,” he said.

Harun added that it would have been impossible for Fardin to reach Chanpara from Jatrabari that night, considering the time he was murdered.

“Fardin left Jatrabari around 2:15am and was killed around 2:30am. It’s not possible to reach Chanpara from Jatrabari within 15 minutes. That’s why we’re suspecting that the murder happened somewhere else,” added Harun.

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