None involved in Sinha killing will get exempted: HM
Published: 04:53 PM, 7 August 2020
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said that those involved in the killing of Major (retd) Sinha Md. Rashed Khan will not be exempted.
He said this at a press conference at his residence in Dhanmondi on Friday morning.
The incident of former army officer Major (retd) Sinha Md. Rashed Khan’s death is very tragic, said Home Minister, adding that the members of the investigation committee have started working on the incident.
We hope that they will submit the investigation report to us within the stipulated time. The case will be unraveled after the report of the investigation committee. None involved in this incident will get exempted. Those found guilty in the investigation will be punished as per the law, he also said.
The Home Minister further said that if the investigation finds anything about the SP of Cox’s Bazar, action will also be taken against him.
It is worth to be mentioned that Major (retd) Sinha Mohammad Rashed Khan was shot dead by police at the Shamlapur police check post on Teknaf Marine Drive Road in Cox’s Bazar on July 31 night.
Rashed Khan’s elder sister Sharmin lodged a murder case with the Cox’s Bazar Senior Judicial Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday.
Judge Tamanna Farah accepted the case and directed the OC of Teknaf Police Station to file the incident as a case and inform the court within seven days. Besides, the commander of RAB-15 Cox’s Bazar camp has been given the responsibility to investigate the case and inform the court.