May 8, 2021


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Awami League leader was killed in her own house, her husband is suspected

Umama Begum Kanak, 40, a member of the Awami League’s sub-committee on relief and social welfare, was killed at her home in Mirpur DOHS area under Pallabi police station. In this incident, the husband has been accused of stabbing his wife to death. The incident took place at Mirpur DOHS, 643 under Pallabi Police Station on Friday (April 23). He was rushed to Dhaka Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) in critical condition. He died at 5:30 am on Saturday (April 24).

Ruma Begum, a relative of the deceased, said, “At night we saw Kanak lying in a bloody condition in the living room and rescued him and took him to Dhame.” He died while undergoing treatment there. DMK police outpost inspector in charge confirmed the death to the media. Bachchu Mia.

Ruma Akhter, elder sister of the deceased, said that Kanak’s husband Omar Farooq had been in Japan for a long time. He has been unemployed since he came to the country. Husband and wife used to quarrel about this from time to time. Due to this, Farooq injured Kanak with a sharp weapon last night. He was later admitted to Dhaka Medical College Hospital. He died this morning while undergoing treatment. Farooq was at home after Kanak was stabbed. He then confessed to everyone that he had stabbed his wife.

Officer-in-charge (OC) of Pallabi Police Station Kazi Wazed Ali said, “I came to the hospital after receiving the news of the incident.” Trying to find out the details of the incident. The deceased’s husband has been arrested and Kanak was involved in Awami League politics.

Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader has expressed deep grief over Kanak’s death. In a condolence statement, he conveyed his heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family, colleagues, admirers and well-wishers.

The court has fixed June 10 for the submission of investigation report in the case filed against seven people, including Mostaq Ahmed Chishti, owner of the Musa Manson building, in connection with the fire at the Haji Musa Manson chemical godown in Armanitola, Old Dhaka.

Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Begum Mahmuda Akter fixed the date on Saturday after receiving the statement of case.

Earlier on Friday, Bangshal police sub-inspector Mohammad Ali Sikder filed a case against six people. Another 15/20 unidentified persons have been arrested in the case. The other accused are Mostafizur Rahman, Mostafa, Gaffar, Saeed, Firoz, Tareq, Bappi.