Silisti denied bail in MP Anna’s murder case

The court rejected the bail application of Silisti Rahman in the case of kidnapping with intent to kill Anwarul Azim Anar, Member of Parliament of Jhenaidah-4 Constituency in West Bengal, India.

On Tuesday (June 11), their lawyer applied for bail in Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Tariqul Islam’s court. After the hearing, the judge denied them bail.

Syed Amanullah Aman alias Shimul Bhuiyan, Faisal Ali Saji alias Tanvir Bhuiyan applied for bail in Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Tahmina Haque’s court on Monday (June 10). After the hearing, the judge denied them bail.

Earlier on May 23, Syed Amanullah Aman alias Shimul Bhuiyan, Faisal Ali Saji alias Tanveer Bhuiyan and Silisti Rahman were arrested in this case. The court granted their 13-day remand in two phases. All three of them admitted responsibility for the incident and gave a statement in court. They are currently in jail.

On May 12, MP Annar went to India from Kaliganj in Jhenaidah for treatment. Went to the house of a friend named Gopal Biswas on Mandalpara Lane of Barahnagar police station in West Bengal. The next day he left the house saying to see the doctor. Since then, Anwarul Azim disappeared mysteriously.

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Five days after leaving the house, on May 18, friend Gopal Biswas filed a GD regarding Anwarul Azim’s disappearance at Barahnagar police station. Even then, this three-time member of parliament is not found. On May 22, news suddenly spread that Anwarul Azim was murdered in room BU 56 of a residential building called Sanjiba Gardens in the Newtown area of ​​Kolkata. Traces of blood were found inside the house. But the body was not found in the house.

His daughter Mumtarin Ferdous Doreen filed a case in Dhaka’s Sherbangla Nagar Police Station on May 22 in this incident.

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The MP’s daughter stated in the statement of the case, that on May 9, at around 8 pm, my father left the house of the MP building on Manik Mia Avenue to go to the village house Jhenaidhe. On May 11 at 4:45 PM, talking to father on video call on mobile, father’s speech seems a bit incoherent. After that, I called my father’s mobile several times, but it was disconnected. On May 13, a WhatsApp message came from my father’s Indian number. The message read ‘I am going to Delhi suddenly, I have a VIP with me. No need to give me the phone. I will call you later’.

The statement also mentions that we keep searching for Baba in various places. Finding no trace, father’s friend Gopal Biswas made a general diary at the Barahnagar police station in Kolkata. Let’s continue to search for father. Later, I came to know through various media and social media that unknown persons premeditatedly abducted the father. I did not find my father even after searching all possible places.

‘There are also a few other messages. The messages may have been made by the kidnappers using the father’s mobile phone,’ said Doreen in the statement.