N’ganj seven murder principal accused Nur Hossain brought back
13 November 2015, Nirapad News: Law enforcers on Thursday night brought back Nur Hossain, the principal accused of the sensational Narayanganj seven murder case, from the West Bengal state of India.
A team of Border Security Force (BSF) of India handed over Nur Hossain to its counterpart, Border Guard of Bangladesh (BGB), at a place between Petrapole and Benapole at 11:35 Thursday night amid tight security.
A BSF team, led by its 40 BGB commander SK Sukla, and BGB 26-battalion deputy commander Major Liykat led the respective side while handing over Nur Hossain to Bangladesh from India.
Sharsha Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Abdus Salam, Additional Police Super AKM Aliful Haq and officer-in-charge of Beanpole police station Apurba Hassan were present.
After handing over Nur Hossain, he was taken to Detective Branch (DB) office at Jessore police line. A police team from Narayanganj is already on the way to Benapole to bring back Nur Hossain to stand trial in murder of seven persons.
On April 27, 2014, Narayanganj City Corporation panel mayor Nazrul Islam, his three associates and driver were abducted from Fatullah area in the city.
At the same time, senior lawyer of the Narayanganj District Judge Court Chandan Kumar Sarker and his driver were abducted on their way to Dhaka.
Three days into their abduction, the bodies of six people, including Nazrul and Chandan, were recovered from the Shitalakkhya and Dhaleshwari rivers on April 30. The body of Nazrul’s driver Jahangir was recovered from the Shitalakkhya River on May 1.
Two cases were filed in connection with the murders.
Police finally pressed charge sheet against 35 people, including former ward councilor Nur Hossain, for killing seven people after abduction and dumping the bodies in Narayanganj rivers last year.