Husband sentenced to life imprisonment for killing wife after 21 years

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Mahfuz Rahaman

Jaypurhat Correspondnet

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 The court ordered the life imprisonment of Ashir Uddin’s husband and a fine of Tk 10,000 for killing a housewife named Mahfuza Khatun alias Anju of Molamgari village of Kalai upazila of Joypurhat. Convicted Ashir Uddin is the son of deceased Ofir Uddin of Molamgari village of Kalai upazila of district. On Monday (July 31), Additional Sessions Judge Court-2 Judge Abbas Uddin gave this order in the absence of the accused. This fact was confirmed by the official counsel of the Joypurhat court. Nripendra Nath Mandal. According to the source of the case, on the evening of December 15, 2002, Ashir Uddin took his wife to see a religious meeting in the nearby Bamangram. Later, her husband Ashir Uddin called the wife from the meeting place. Then the next day on December 16, the locals found the dead body of the housewife Mahfuza Khatun alias Anjur in the Molamgari crop field. On receiving the information, the police recovered the body and sent it to the hospital morgue. In this incident, the uncle of the deceased. Hamid Sardar became the plaintiff and filed a case in Kalai police station. Then on April 30, 2003, the investigating officer of the case, S. Aminul Islam, filed a charge sheet in the court. After a long hearing and taking the testimony of 14 witnesses, the court gave this verdict today. According to the documents, the lawyers for the government side of the case were Nripendra Nath Mondal and APP Uday Singh and the lawyers for the accused were Nandkishore Agarwala and Biman Chandra Basak.

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Mahfuz Rahaman

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