Trisha did not return home with 10 taka from her mother
Jewel Chowdhury, Habiganj Representative/
A schoolgirl named Trisha Begum (9) was brutally killed in Chhota Bahula village of Habiganj suburb. The incident caused panic in the area. The murder took place in Chhota Bahula village of Ritchie Union No. 2 on Tuesday morning.
The deceased Trisha Begum is the daughter of Abdus Shahid of that village and a 2nd class student of the local primary school.
According to family sources, in the morning Trisha went to study Arabic in the school next to the house after taking 10 taka from her mother. After a while he was shouting on the field. Later his father heard the sound and went to the field to find him in a bloody state. He was quickly rescued and taken to Sadar Modern Hospital where the doctor declared him dead. His father told the correspondent that he had a court date with his opponent yesterday. Maybe his opponent killed his daughter and left the body.
Golam Mortuza, OC of Sadar police station, said that after receiving the news in the morning, they went to the hospital and took care of the dead body. The child’s father has been interrogated. The child has head and face injuries. It is initially believed to be a murder. A local family has a dispute with the child’s father. Litigation is also going on with them. They may have committed the murder. He said that the incident is being investigated. Another source said that maybe someone would find the child alone in the morning and try to rape him. If he fails, he may be killed.
Meanwhile, Superintendent of Police SM Murad Ali visited the scene of Tisha’s murder after the incident. Superintendent of Police SM Murad Ali visited the police with the aim of quickly unraveling the main mystery of the incident, arresting the accused and proper investigation of the case. During this time he spoke to the people of the area and the relatives of the victim. He assured to take legal action along with the arrest of those involved in a fair and impartial investigation of the incident.
Additional Superintendent of Police (Sadar Circle), Md. Khalilur Rahman, OC Golam Mortuza and other dignitaries were present at this time. At the time of writing this report at 9 pm, the OC said that no one has been arrested yet. Nor was there a case. Efforts are being made to arrest the criminals along with unraveling the main mystery through various sources. Details will be given later.