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MP Anna's murder

After Shimul-Tanveer-Silasti, Babu accepted the responsibility


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  • Staff Correspondent
  • Published: 14 Jun 2024, 05:30 PM

Awami League leader Kazi Kamal Ahmed Babu has given a statement under section 164 of the Criminal Procedure Code in the case of abduction of Jhenaidah-4 Constituency Member of Parliament (MP) Anwarul Azim Anar.

On Friday (June 14), as the accused Babu voluntarily agreed to give a confessional statement, the investigating officer, Assistant Commissioner of Detective Police (DB) Mahfuzur Rahman requested to record it. Following the application, Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Mohammad Jasim's court recorded his statement. Then the court ordered to send him to jail.

Sub-Inspector of Police Jalal Uddin, officer of general registration wing of Sherbangla Nagar police station, confirmed the matter in the court.

Earlier in this case, Shimul Bhuiyan alias Shihab alias Amanullah Saeed, Tanveer Bhuiyan and Shilasti Rahman gave confessional statements in the court. They are currently in jail.

 

MP Anar's daughter Mumtarin Ferdous Doreen filed a case of abduction with intent to murder at the Sherbangla Nagar police station in the capital on May 22.

In the complaint, Muntarin Ferdous Dorin mentioned, we live as a family in Manik Mia Avenue house. On May 9 around 8 pm, my father Anwarul Azim left for Anna's village house Jhenaidah. On May 11, around 5:15 pm, when I spoke to my father on a video call, my father's speech seemed a bit incoherent. After that, I called my father's mobile number several times but it was disconnected.

On May 13, a small message arrived on Wazir's uncle's WhatsApp from his father's Indian number. It read, 'I am going to Delhi suddenly, I have VIPs with me. I am going to Newtown for Amit Saha's work. No need to give me the phone. I will call later.' 

A few other messages also come. Doreen said the text messages could have been sent by the kidnappers using my father's mobile phone.

He also mentioned that I kept looking for my father in different places. Finding no trace, his friend Gopal Biswas filed a general diary at the Baranagar Police Station in India as a plaintiff. Yet we continue to search. Later, I came to know through various media and social media that unknown persons kidnapped the father in a pre-planned and coordinated manner.

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