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Real convict held after wrongfully jailed Minu dies

Real convict held after wrongfully jailed Minu dies

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  • Staff Correspondent
  • 30 July, 2021 12:00 AM
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CHATTOGRAM: Police arrested the much-talked-about convict Kulsum Akter Kulsumi with her associate, who sent an innocent woman to jail alluring of food, from the city’s EPZ area on Thursday early hours.  

The innocent woman Minu was killed in a mysterious road accident days after getting release from the jail with the help of lawyer last month.

The arrestees were identified as Kulsum Akhter alias Kulsumi, 35, daughter of Anu Mia, hailed from Gorosthan area of Lohagara upazila in the district, and Morjina Akter, 30, hailed from Jhalokati district. Inspector (Investigation) Md Kabir Hossain of Kotwali police station said on information, they arrested Kulsumi and Morjina around 3:00am.

Mentionable, 4th Additional Metropolitan Sessions Judge of Chattogram awarded Kulsumi life-term imprisonment, fined Tk 50,000 and one year’s imprisonment in default, in absentia on November 30 in 2017 for killing ready-made garment worker Kohinur Begum in Rahamatganj area on July 9 in 2006.

But, Minu, mother of three children and a widow from Mainamati in Cumilla district, surrendered before the court identifying her as Kulsum Akter Kulsumi on June 12 in 2018.

Later, she was sent to jail.

As the Chattogram Central Jail superintendent Shafiqul Islam Khan was informed about Minu’s incident on March 18 this year, he brought the incident to the notice of the court of Chattogram Metropolitan Sessions Judge Shariful Alam Bhuiyan on March 21.

Finally, Minu was released from Chattogram Jail on June 16 following a High Court order on June 7.

But, she was reportedly hit by a truck at Bayezid-Fouzdarhat Link Road area on June 28 and succumbed to her injuries at a hospital.

She was also buried as an unidentified person by Anjuman Mufidul Islam as her identity could not be ascertained immediately.

The police could confirm Minu’s identity on July 3.