Human Bones Recovered: The Gruesome Mystery of Bangladeshi MP Anwarul Azim Anar's Murder

The West Bengal CID has recovered human bones near a canal in South 24 Parganas while probing the murder of Bangladeshi MP Anwarul Azim Anar. Key suspect Mohammad Siyam Hussain, extradited from Nepal, has confessed to being hired by the main accused, Akhtaruzzaman. The investigation is ongoing with a forensic examination pending.


PTI | Kolkata | Updated: 09-06-2024 23:02 IST | Created: 09-06-2024 23:02 IST
Human Bones Recovered: The Gruesome Mystery of Bangladeshi MP Anwarul Azim Anar's Murder
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The West Bengal CID recovered parts of human bones near a canal in South 24 Parganas during an ongoing investigation into the murder of Bangladeshi MP Anwarul Azim Anar. The discovery was made following the interrogation of key suspect Mohammad Siyam Hussain, who was recently extradited from Nepal.

The bone parts, which medical officers and forensic experts believe belong to a human, were found on the south-eastern bank of Bagjola canal in Bhangar's Krishnamati village. A suo motu case has been lodged at Bijoyganj Bazar Police Station, with further forensic examination pending.

Siyam, who has admitted to being hired by Akhtaruzzaman, a US national and friend of Anar's, to commit the crime, was taken to various crime scenes to assist with the investigation. The CID is also preparing to conduct a DNA test with Anar's daughter to confirm the identity of the remains.

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