Two people, arrested for their alleged involvement in killing Freedom Fighter Miah Mohammad Hasan Ali Reza, were placed on a three-day remand yesterday.
Earlier on Sunday, police detained Tapan Kumar Sarkar, 50, son of Mohadev Sarkar, and his son Tonmoy Kumar Sarkar, 20, from Battala area in the town and produced them before Tangail Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate’s Court yesterday, seeking 10-day remand for each, Officer in Charge of Tangail Model Police Station Saidul Haque said.
After hearing, Judge Monira Sultana granted them a three-day remand for each, Court Inspector Tanvir Ahmed said.
Meanwhile, Tapon’s wife Kalpana Rani Sarkar, 40, who was arrested the same day, gave her confessional statement under Section 164 before the same court yesterday evening.
Advocate Reza, 76, also a central committee leader of Krishak Sramik Janata League, went out of his Sabalia residence on July 8 and a roadside close circuit (CC) camera footage shows Reza was getting on a motorbike of a youth wearing helmet and raincoat.
Reza’s younger son Mahmudul Hasan Litu filed an abduction case with Sadar Police Station accusing some unidentified people on July 10.
Later on July 13, police recovered Reza’s decomposed body from the Louhajang river in the town and sent it to Tangail General Hospital for autopsy.