Rayhan’s Death In Custody: Key Accused SI Akbar On 7-Day Remand

A Sylhet court on Tuesday permitted the PBI to take sub-Inspector (SI) Akbar Hossain Bhuiyan in its authority for seven days for cross examination for the situation petitioned for tormenting Raihan Ahmed to death at Bandar Bazar police station in Sylhet on October 11. 

The court of Sylhet Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (CMM) Abul Kashem allowed the remand after monitor of Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI) and furthermore the examination official for the situation Awlad Hossain created him before it with a 10-day remand supplication. 

The suspended cop was secured on Monday at the Dona flanking region in Kanaighat upazila of Sylhet. 

Later in the day, Sylhet Range Police gave over Akbar to the Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI), who are presently exploring the situation. 

On October 11, Rayhan Ahmed, 34, an occupant of Akharia in Sylhet city, was pounded the life out of in police authority at Bandarbazar Police station, said the casualty's family. 

His better half Tahmina Akter Tanni documented a case at Kotwali Police Station on the next day blaming a number for unidentified individuals. 

Furthermore, the experts on October 12 suspended four police officers, remembering the then for charge of Bandarbazar Police station Akbar, regarding the demise. 

Three cops including Ashek were removed around the same time. 

The case was moved to the PBI. 

Furthermore, the SMP shaped an examination board of trustees, headed by its Additional Deputy Commissioner Shahrier Al Mamun, to investigate the demise of Rayhan. After an essential examination, they saw some cops as liable of injustice. 

After the dissection, specialists said they discovered 111 injury marks on Rayhan's body and two of his nails were pulled out. 

On October 22, previous SMP Commissioner Golam Kibria was moved over inescapable analysis of the part of police after the demise of Rayhan.

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