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Police crack Adabar baby murder case

Police on Wednesday claimed to have cracked the murder case of a four-month-old baby that took place five days ago in Adabar area of the capital city.

 

A neighbour – Parvin, 24 – killed the baby girl in retaliation of previous hostility with her mother, police said.

 

Md Harun-or-Rashid, deputy commissioner of Dhaka Metropolitan Police’s Tejgaon zone, made the disclosure at a press briefing at his office.

 

The baby – Sadia, daughter of Shahjahan and Murshida of the area – was murdered at her house around noon on July 3 when her mother was busy with cooking in the kitchen.

 

On information, Police went there and recovered the body. Later, the victim’s father filed a case at Adabar Police Station.

 

“After analysing the case, police suspected neighbour Parvina and arrested her on July 5,” said Harun-or-Rashid.

 

While quizzing her in remand, she confessed her involvement in the murder and described how she killed the baby girl with a blade.

 

Later, she gave a confessional statement before a court.

 

The police official said Parvin and the victim’s mother were at loggerhead over some trifling matters.

 

Finally, Parvin killed the baby to teach her a lesson, police said.

 

Source: United News of Bangladesh