SI Akbar Fell Ill, Remanded Again After Treatment

SI Akbar Hossain Bhuiyan, the principle charged in the Raihan Uddin Ahmed murder case at the Bandar Bazar police station in Sylhet – who was remanded for seven days, became sick on Friday night. He was later taken to Osmani Medical College Hospital around 9:00 pm. 

"After treatment at the crisis division of the clinic, the PBI took him back at around 9:30 pm," affirmed SI Faruk Ahmed, responsible for Osmani clinic police station. 

At the point when SI Akbar became sick, the PBI carried him to the crisis division of Osmani Hospital. He was reclaimed after treatment there, he said. 

He will be created under the steady gaze of the court on Tuesday following a seven-day remand. Akbar will affirm in court that day, PBI sources said. 

The PBI remanded him for seven days on November 10. 

PBI's Sylhet Superintendent of Police Khaled-uz-Zaman said Akbar was being examined according to rules. The data that Akbar is giving will be checked and arranged later. "Nothing can be said now in light of a legitimate concern for examination. He will be created under the steady gaze of the court on Tuesday after remand," he added. 

Because of an inquiry, SP Khaled-uz-Zaman said the general issues including the proof of the case will come up in the examination. 

Raihan, child of Rafiqul Islam of Neharipara in Akhalia, passed on while going through therapy at Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College Hospital on October 11 subsequent to being tormented by police at Bandarbazar police station. 

The evening of October 12, Raihan's significant other documented a case with Kotwali police headquarters.

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