A human chain was formed in Bogra town yesterday, protesting the killing of madrasa boy Abdur Rahman and demanding punishment to the culprits. PHOTO: STAR
Police recovered the body of a 'missing' madrasa boy from an abandoned labours' room of a rice-husking yard in Dupchanchia upazila town on Sunday night.
Son of Nazrul Islam of Kolgram village, Abdur Rahman, 6, was a student of class one at Dupchanchia DS Kindergarten Madrasa, said police.
On January 7, the boy went missing from their rented house of Sardarpara in the town. His father then filed a general diary with Dupchanchai police station in this regard on January 9.
Locals found Abdur's hanging body in the room and informed the police. The body was sent to Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College and Hospital morgue for autopsy.
Yesterday morning, teachers, students and guardians of different educational institutions formed a human chain in the town, demanding exemplary punishment to the killers of Abdur.
They also submitted a memorandum to the deputy commissioner in this regard.
Deceased's father Nazrul Islam said he cannot explain any reason behind his son's abduction and murder as he had no enmity with others.
Criminals strangled the boy in another location and dumped the body in the area, said Riaz Ahmed, officer in-charge of the police station.