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Missing madrasa boy found dead

WT24 Desk

Police recovered the throat-slit body of a madrasa student from Arpara village in Kaliganj upazila on Wednesday noon, four days after he went missing, Agencies report.

The deceased was identified as Alamin Hossain, 10, son of Abdur Razzak of the village. He was a student of Santal Al-Hera Cadet Hafizul Quran Madrasa in the locality.  

Motlebur Rahman, officer-in-charge of Kaliganj Police Station, said Alamin went to a waz mahfil on November 30 but did not return home.

Later, family members filed a general diary with the police station in this connection.

Locals spotted Alamin’s body on the back side of an abandoned house at noon and informed police.

On information, police recovered the decomposed body and sent it to Sadar Hospital morgue for autopsy, the OC added.

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