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Child beaten barbarically dead in Sylhet

District Correspondent |
Inserted: 18:22, Sunday 12 July 2015

Child beaten barbarically dead in Sylhet - National

Sylhet: A 12-year-old child was beaten barbarically to death for his alleged involvement in theft and some four persons conducted the barbarism.

Apart from the barbarism, the cruel persons made a video of beating of the child and uploaded it on the internet to make watch the barbarism.

At one stage of beating, the child wanted to drink water but they did not provide water rather they asked him to drink sweat.

It was seen in the video that youths were beating the minor terming him thief. He was tied with and beat him barbarically. The boy was seen to cry loudly and the youths were seen laughing.

At last the boy was killed brutally and they uploaded the scene of killing in the internet.
The tragic incident took place at Kumargaon area of the town on Wednesday last. Later, they tried to hide the body of the child and one of them was detained during the time.

The victim was identified as Sheikh Shamiul Alam Rajon, son of one microbus driver Sheikh Azizur Rahman of Badeali village at Kandigaon union under Sylhet Sadar upazila.

The allegation was brought against the minor boy that he went to steal and the boy was killed centering the matter and body was recovered during they tried to hide.

A case was filed with Jalalabad Police Station in this connection against the youths—Muhith and his brother Kamrul Islam, Ali Haider and a night gourd Moyna Mia.

Officer-in-Charge of Jalalabad Police Station Akhter Hossain said the four accused are involved in the killing.  

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