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Dhaka Tribune

A week of body recovering passes, police yet to file case

Update : 18 Mar 2014, 06:46 PM

Family members of Kalu Sheikh alleged that police were reluctant to file a case against culprits although one week has passed since the  body  was recovered .

The deceased’s mother Zamila Begum of Char Mia Para village, Roumari upazila made the allegation.

She said the family had been feeling unsafe as the culprits were issuing death threats after their names were revealed.

On top of that, the police have been seem associating with the killers in plain view, the victim’s family members alleged.

Kalu Sheikh was killed on March 7. The Indian Border Security Force recovered the body on March 11 and handed it over to Border Guard Bangladesh.

The deceased’s wife Momtaz Begum said: “My husband was killed over a land dispute. After his body was recovered, we went to the police station but police did not take our case.”

Deceased’s sister Monira Begum said the killers were pressuring the police not to lodge a case.

Meanwhile, Rajibpur police station Officer-in-Charge Helal Uddin said: “It is not true that we did not consider the allegations.

The BGB gave the body to us and the decision to file a case or not will be made after getting the autopsy report.”

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