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Rajon killing: Extradition of Kamrul after hajj flights

31Sylhet Metropolitan Police (SMP) Commissioner Kamrul Ahsan has said the sensational Rajon murder case’s main accused Kamrul Islam would be taken to the country after the ongoing hajj flights.
The police headquarters has already received a letter from the KSA authorities for bringing back Kamrul from the country to face trial. The task lingers due to hajj and Eid-ul-Azha. A team from Bangladesh will visit the KSA someday after hajj flights and will complete the extradition of Kamrul,Ó SMP commissioner went on.
A remarkable headway has already taken place regarding Kamrul’s extradition, opined SMP commissioner on Thursday.
On the other hand, a court of Sylhet Metropolitan Session Judge Md Akbar Hossain Mridha in the morning started the witness hearing in the lawsuit.
Earlier this week, State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam hinted about the extradition of Kamrul and said it would take about two weeks.
On July 8, 13-year-old boy Samiul Alam Rajon was beaten to death in SylhetÕs Kumargaon by some men who falsely accused him of stealing a rickshaw van.
One of the killers recorded the incident on mobile phone and later uploaded on Facebook.
The video soon spread on social media platforms, triggering massive outrage among the public.
The 28-minute video shows the victim tied to a pole in front of a workshop in the still-closed Sultan Ali Market, beside the Dhaka-Sunamganj road.
Later, a case was filed in this connection against 13 people, including Kamrul, who is a Saudi immigrant.
Kamrul was detained by some Bangladeshis in Saudi Arabia and handed over him to the local police. Meanwhile, a district court has already accepted charges against the accused and issued arrest warrants against the fugitive killers.
Meanwhile, Interpol issued Red Notice against Kamrul and two of his brothers – Shamim and Pavel – who are also on the run.
Ten others are now in police custody while eight of them have given confessional statements in the case.