A Dhaka court on Saturday placed Mizanur Rahman Chowdhury, the prime accused in Savar schoolgirl Nila Roy murder case, on a seven-day remand.
Senior Judicial Magistrate Md Rajib Hassan passed the order after Police Inspector Nirmul Kumar Das, also the investigation officer of the murder case, produced him before his court.On September 20, Nila, a 10th-grader of Aced School, was stabbed to death by Mizan, according to the case statement.
Earlier, Mizan was arrested from a room of a tinshed house near a brick field at Rajfulbaria area under Savar Police Station. At that time, two blood stained knives were seized from his possession.
Arrested Mizan, member of a teenage gang, is a resident of Bank Colony area in Savar.
Meanwhile, police said Mizan's father Abdur Rahman Chowdhury, 60, and mother Najmunnahar Siddiqa, 50, divulged 'vital information' under the remand.
Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) arrested Mizan's parents from village Charigram in Manikganj district after Thursday midnight. They are the accused No. 2 and No. 3 respectively in Nila Roy murder case. They lived in a house at A-74/2 Bank Colony under Ward No. 4 in Savar Municipality.