College principal’s fragmented body recovered after 27 days

Published : 09 Aug 2021 08:45 PM

Rapid Action Battalion on Monday recovered fragmented body of the College Principal 27 days after he went missing, by digging out a college ground, at Jamgora area of Ashulia in Savar, on the outskirts of the capital.

Commander Khandaker Al Moin, Director of the Legal and Media Wing of the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) said this in a press conference after recovered five pieces of deceased body parts out of six pieces on Monday noon, adding that another RAB team conducting a drive at Capital’s Ashkona area to recover the body’s rest part. 

The deceased was identified as Mintu Chondro Bormon, 36, son of Sorto Bormon, hailed from Baroipara village under Hatibandha Upazila of Lalmonirhat district. He was the Principal of Savar Residential School and College. 

On other hand, the detainees were identified as Robiul, Motaleb, Badhsha, and among them, Robiul and Badsha were partners of this college. 

Earlier the Principal went missing on July 13, and later his younger brother Dipok Chondro Bormon filed a General Diary with Ashulia police station on July 22.

RAB Commander said their intelligence team started investigation into the issue after the matter was reported on several media, and finally nabs the three from different areas of the country. Among them, Robiul was detained from Capital’s Abdullahpur area on early Monday and Motaleb from Capital’s Ashkona area and Badhsha from Gainbandha district.

“The accused planned to kill the Principal sitting inside of this college room on July 7, following their internal partnership related fued, and professional jealousy as Mintu Chondro Bormon was a well-reputed teacher in this area, and Robiul and Badsha committed the brutal killing on July 13 inside a room of this college following their plan”, he added.

“Preparation to take further legal action over the incident was in underway”, Commander Khandaker Moin added.