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Forensics: Safayet’s autopsy will take time

  • Published at 04:22 pm December 6th, 2018
Journalists throng the street outside the home of Akhtaruzzaman Kajol in Bangla Motor Syed Zakir Hossain/Dhaka Tribune

More tests need to be run on his brain and liver

Forensics Head of Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) Sohel Mahmud has said the autopsy for the deceased, Safayet of Banglamotor, will take more time as his brain and liver needed to be examined.

He stated this to reporters at the DMCH morgue around Thursday at noon.

Sohel said that despite there being signs of head and chin injuries tests need to be run on his brain and liver—during the autopsy. 

Banglamotor hostage situation

Two brothers, elder Nur Surayet and younger Nur Safayet, were reportedly being held hostage by their father Nuruzzaman Kajol.

Shahbagh police station OC (Investigation) Zafar Biswas said Ramna police began the rescue operation, after they received a phone call from Kajol’s wife—Mithila Akhter Priya.

The operation was conducted on a two-storey tin-shed building—about 50m east of Baitul Mubarak Jame Mosque on Sonargaon Road.

Accused confesses to killing his son

Kajol – who is reportedly an addict – surrendered to police, and confessed to killing his son in the initial interrogation, Shahbagh police station OC (Investigation) Zafar Biswas said.

He added that Kajol told police he killed his younger son early on Wednesday.

A case has been filed by Kajol’s wife and is under investigation. Meanwhile an autopsy on Safayet was supposed to be completed on Thursday.