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Remains of Ayat recovered from Ctg canal

01 December 2022


Staff Reporter :
Five-year-old minor child Alina Islam Ayat's two dismembered legs were recovered from Chittagong's EPZ police station area on Wednesday afternoon.
The Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI) recovered two legs from the side of the sluicegate of Akmal Ali Road under the city's EPZ area. PBI's Metro Inspector Ilyas Khan confirmed it to the media on Wednesday evening.
 "We found two leg-like parts in two polyethene bags. It will be possible to determine whether the two parts are legs after investigation," he added.
On November 15, Alina Islam Ayat went missing from her home in the Bandartila Nayarhat Electricity Office area while on her way to a nearby mosque to study Arabic.  The following day, her father, Sohel Rana, filed a report at EPZ police station.
After analyzing CCTV footage, the PBI announced the arrest of Abir Ali, a tenant of Ayat's family, after nine days of the incident, on suspicion of involvement in the incident.
The PBI claimed that the accused Abir confessed to killing Ayat. He strangled Ayat while attempting to kidnap her to collect a ransom of Tk15-20 lakh.
Later, the police remanded Abir for two days for the first time on Saturday. At that time, the PBI carried out a sting operation in the Sagarpar area beside Akmal Ali Road in order to recover Ayat's dismembered body.
Abir was then remanded for seven days in the second phase on Monday.
On Tuesday, during the first day of remand in the second phase, the court granted Abir's parents remand for three days.

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