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Court rejects fresh prayer to take Gas Babu on remand

Published : Tuesday, 25 June, 2024 at 12:00 AM  Count : 137

A Dhaka Court on Monday rejected Detective Branchs prayer to take  Kazi Kamal Ahmed alias Gas Babu on five-day remand in a case filed over the abduction of Jhenaidah-4 MP Anwarul Azim Anar for murder.

Metropolitan Magistrate Md Ataullah passed the order after hearing the remand petition.

Mahfuzur Rahman, Senior Assistant Commissioner of Detective Branch of Police and also the Investigation Officer of the case produced Gas Babu with a fresh five-day remand plea.

On June 14, Gas Babu gave a confessional statement under section 164 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (Cr.Pc.) in which he narrated the planning of the murder and money transaction contract with Saidul Karim Mintu another leader of Awami League in Jhenaidah.

The fifth suspect in the sensational murder is Jhenaidah District Awami League General Secretary Saidul Karim Mintu, is  in jail custody after remaining in remand for several days.

On June 6, a team of Dhaka Metropolitan Police detained Babu from the Adarshapara area in Jhenaidah city.
 
According to the related sources, the name of Kazi Kamal alias Gas Babu came up in the statement of Shimul Bhuiyan under section 164, one of the accused in the case, once an extremist terrorist of Khulna region.

Shimul was contacted by Babu via WhatsApp. After the killing of Azim, the killers took off his clothes and took pictures. The photo was sent to Babus WhatsApp messenger.

Anwarul Azim Anar, MP of  ruling Awami League, crossed the Darshana-Gede border into India for treatment on May 12. He stayed at his friend Gopal Biswass home in North 24 Parganas, West Bengal.

On the following day, he left to see a doctor at around noon and was expected to return in the evening.

However, a WhatsApp message from his phone to Biswas said that he had gone to Delhi instead and would call if necessary.

Since then, he could not be reached by phone. Eventually, Bangladesh government confirmed his death on May 22, citing Indian police.






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