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Brutal Murder of Bangladesh MP: Suspect Arrested, Gruesome Details Emerge


The West Bengal Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has made a significant breakthrough in the investigation of the gruesome murder of Bangladesh MP Anwarul Azim Anar. Authorities have arrested Jihad Hawaldar, an illegal immigrant from Bangladesh residing in Mumbai, who is alleged to have played a pivotal role in the horrific crime. Here are the shocking details that have emerged:

  1. The Crime Scene:

    • Anar was last seen at a rented accommodation in New Town near Kolkata on May 13.
    • The state CID discovered blood stains inside the New Town flat and recovered several plastic bags, which they believe were used to dump the body parts.
    • Circumstantial evidence indicates that the MP was first strangulated and then his body was cut into several pieces.
  2. The Confession of Bangladesh Immigrant:

    • Jihad Hawaldar confessed to his involvement in the murder and the subsequent dismemberment of the MP’s body.
    • According to CID sources, the mastermind behind this heinous act is Akhtaruzzaman, a US citizen of Bangladeshi origin.
    • Under Akhtaruzzaman’s orders, Hawaldar, along with four other Bangladeshi nationals, smothered and killed the MP in the Newtown apartment.
  3. The Shocking Details:

    • Hawaldar meticulously planned and executed the crime.
    • The MP’s body was deskinned, and flesh was minced.
    • Authorities believe that Akhtaruzzaman orchestrated the murder, and Hawaldar carried out the gruesome act.
    • Anar’s disappearance led to the investigation, which ultimately uncovered this horrifying crime1.

The CID is actively pursuing leads and gathering evidence to bring all involved parties to justice. The case has sent shockwaves through the region, highlighting the need for stricter immigration controls and better monitoring of illegal immigrants.

The brutal nature of the crime has sent shockwaves through both Bangladesh and India. Bangladesh has expressed deep concern and demanded a swift and thorough investigation to bring the perpetrators to justice.

This is a developing story. As further information comes to light, this article will be updated. Please note: Due to the graphic content of the alleged crime, details will be withheld pending official confirmation.

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