Bangladesh lynching: Victim’s dad blames police for permitting culprit to escape

The father of the adolescent kid, who was pounded the life out of by a gathering of men in Bangladesh, has guaranteed that a police official in the north-eastern city of Sylhet took a pay off and helped one of the denounced escape the nation.

Samiul Alam Rajon’s dad, Md. Azizur Rahman, said that Aminul Islam, a sub auditor at the Jalalabad Police Station, helped Kamrul Islam break to Saudi Arabia in return for 12 lakh takas, reported The Daily Star.

He asserted that Aminul was paid six lakh takas in real money and the rest should be given after Kamrul’s landing in Saudi Arabia.

The casualty’s dad asserted that getting Kamrul’s sibling, Muhit, free was additionally a piece of the arrangement.

Taking after the claims, Aminul was withdrawn from obligations yesterday.

In the mean time, the Sylhet Metropolitan Police (SMP) chief has framed a three-part board of trustees, headed by Additional Police Commissioner SM Rokon Uddin, to test the assertions against Aminul and present a report inside of three days.

Rajon was beaten with a metal bar and the culprits taped the follow up on camera.

The 13-year-old was blamed for taking a bike rickshaw van in Sylhet.

As indicated by the post-mortem examination report, Rajon kicked the bucket of mind discharge and his body bore around 64 harm marks.

The feature started across the board offend and provoked thousands in Bangladesh to take to boulevards and interest equity for the demonstration.

 

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