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Press conference to demand justice in the case of the hacking of a supporter in Madaripur

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The family of the victim held a press conference demanding the arrest and trial of the culprits in the case of the hacking of a supporter of an independent candidate in Madaripur’s Kalkini. Kiran Khan, the son of deceased Eskender Khan, gave a written and oral statement at the Kalkini Press Club on Wednesday morning.

Deceased Eskendar Kalkini is an Awami League member of Ward No. 8 of Lakshmipur Union and a supporter of Tahmina Begum, an independent candidate for Madaripur-3 seat. He is the son of Hussain Khan of Bhatobali village in Kalikini.

In the press conference, Kiran Khan complained that several people, including his father Eskender, went out for a walk on the street in front of the house last Saturday morning. At this time, the boat candidate for Madaripur-3 seats. The surprise attack was led by Fazlul Haque Bepari, a supporter of Abdus Sobhan Mia and former chairman of Laxmipur Union. At this time, Eskendar was wounded by a bullet. The leg veins are cut. Another person was hacked and injured when he stopped.

Later, when the people around them came forward, the attackers fled. Both were rescued and first admitted to Kalkini Upazila Health Complex. When the condition worsened, the two were sent to Barisal Sher-e Bangla Medical. His father Esekondar died while undergoing treatment there at around 12 noon.

After the incident, Kiran Khan filed a murder case in the name of 31 people at Kalkini police station. Later on Tuesday morning, the detective police of the district arrested Billal Khan, the mastermind of the murder, from Gazipur.

In the press conference, Kiran Khan alleged that after the case, his family is being threatened in various ways by the accused. An attempt is being made to frame the plaintiffs by committing another murder among the accused themselves. They have sought cooperation and intervention from the police administration in this regard.


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