Bangladesh MP murder: CID recovers human bones from bank of canal in Kolkata

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Bangladesh MP murder: CID recovers human bones from bank of canal in Kolkata

Kolkata: Bones that appear to be human have been found on the bank of a canal in North 24 Parganas on Sunday morning by detectives from the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the West Bengal police, who are looking into the murder of Bangladeshi MP Md Anwarul Azim Anar, a senior officer said.

"A few bones have been found. It looks like human bones at first glance. AK Chaturvedi, Inspector General of Police (IG), CID, stated, "We are sending them for forensic analysis." "It looks like the bones are from a human arm and rib cage. He stated that the skull had not yet been found.

Siam Hossain was taken into custody by the CID on Friday night after it was claimed that he was instrumental in getting rid of the MP's body parts. According to officials, Hossain guided the police to the location where the bones were found.

"We will proceed with DNA analysis to determine that they belong to the murdered MP if the forensic report verifies that they are human remains. Permission from the court is needed for that. "The procedure is lengthy," one officer remarked. According to CID officials, the location where the bones were found at Polerhat in North 24 Parganas, on the side of a canal, is about 15 km from the New Town apartment where the MP was killed and his body was dismembered.

"Based on the information provided by another accused, Jihad Hawaldar, who was arrested on May 23, we have been scouring this area for more than two weeks. During questioning, Hossain disclosed the precise location, according to a second officer. According to the investigation thus far, Hossain and Hawaldar disposed of the murder weapons and body parts.

Hawaldar, a skilled butcher brought in from Mumbai, is said to have deskinned Azim's body after he was slain in the New Town apartment, separated the flesh from the bones, and sliced the body parts. Hossain and Hawaldar allegedly disposed of the murder weapons and bones in a canal while the flesh was being flushed in a commode.

From a septic tank in the New Town flat where the MP was killed, some flesh was found. To find out if they are human, they have been sent for forensic study.