It has been alleged that the wife of an expatriate was killed in Mirzapur, Tangail. The name of the expatriate wife is Sadia Akhter (25). The incident took place at Juran Bazar in Pekua area of Banshtail union in Mirzapur upazila on Monday night. Police recovered Sadia’s body from her father-in-law’s house with her hands tied. The Sadia family alleges that Wazed Ali’s wife, a South African expatriate, was hanged after a premeditated murder.After her husband Wazed Ali left for South Africa, Sadia’s relationship with her in-laws deteriorated. A few days before Ramadan, Sadia came to her father’s house from her father-in-law’s house.
Sadia went to her father-in-law’s house again two days ago. Sadia’s brother Shakil Mia said that he lived with his father-in-law, mother-in-law and Tanjila.According to police and housewife’s family sources, the son of Rafiqul Islam of Pekua area of Banshtail Union of the upazila is a South African expatriate Wazed Ali was married to Sadia Akhter Setu, daughter of Selim Miah of Beltail village in Azgana union of the same upazila two years ago. After the marriage, the relationship between Sadia and her husband’s family was not going well.
Sadia’s father Selim Mia and her relatives have alleged that her body was hanged after she was killed on Monday night.
Upon receiving the news, Mirzapur police went to the spot at night and recovered the body of Sadia, who was hanged with her hands tied behind her back.
Mirzapur police SI said. Azim Khan told reporters that it would be known after receiving the autopsy report whether it was murder or suicide. However, the police initially thought it could be a murder. The hanging body of housewife Sadia was found wrapped in a scarf with both hands. An unnatural death case has been registered at the police station. No arrests have been made in the incident, he said.
Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Falahzadeh, Assistant Coordinator of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), has been appointed as the new Deputy Chief of the Special Quds Force of Iran. A statement from the IRGC on Tuesday quoted Iranian media as saying.
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has approved Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Falahzadeh on the proposal of Major General Hussein Salami, the head of the IRGC, as the new deputy chief after the death of Brigadier General Mohammad Hejazi, the former deputy chief of the Quds Force.
Earlier on Sunday evening, Brigadier General Mohammad Hejazi, 75, died at the Bakiyatullah Military Hospital in Tehran after a long battle with chemical weapons during the Iraq-Iran war, an IRGC spokesman said on Monday.