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Interpol notice for Bangladeshi migrant accused of murder

47The International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) has issued a red alert notice in Saudi Arabia against Bangladeshi expatriate Kamrul Islam, one of the main accused in killing of 13-year-old Alam Rajon in Sylhet city.
“Bangladesh requested Interpol for issuing red alert against Kamrul Islam, who is now under custody of Saudi Arabian police, to bring him back,” Assistant Inspector General (AIG) of police (Interpol) Mahbubur Rahman said yesterday.
He said the Saudi authority is also interested to send Kamrul back to Bangladesh through Interpol.
“The Saudi government offices remain closed till today for Eid al-Fitr and Kamrul’s repatriation might have to wait till the offices reopen,” Mahbub said.
According to him, Kamrul is wanted by the judicial authorities of Bangladesh for prosecution purpose.
Interpol also published the particulars of Kamrul for identification including name, date of birth, place of birth and nationality.
Earlier, Saudi Arabian police arrested Kamrul from Jeddah with the help of Bangladeshi migrants on charges of Rajon’s murder case in Sylhet.
Meanwhile, two more accused reportedly made their ‘confessional’ statements on their involvement in the killing of Alam Rajon on July 8.
The statements of Dulal Ahmed and Nur Ahmed were recorded at the court of Sylhet Metropolitan Magistrate Anwarul Haque.
Assistant commissioner (prosecution) of Sylhet Metropolitan Police Abdul Ahad said they made their confession under section 164 of the penal code.
On Monday, another accused, Moyna Miah, made his ‘confessional’ statements to his involvement in the murder.
On July 8, Rajon,  was tortured to death over a theft at Sundar Ali Market in Kumargaon area of the city.
The killers themselves took the video footage of the incident and uploaded it on the internet.
The video clip went viral on social networking site Facebook and video-sharing site Youtube which triggered a widespread outcry.
Nine people have so far been arrested in connection with the gruesome murder.////////////