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After 12 days of burial, the body of the famous Maisha of Kurigram was exhumed from the grave. - dailypressjournal

After 12 days of burial, the body of the famous Maisha of Kurigram was exhumed from the grave.

  • Update Time : Tuesday, December 13, 2022
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After 12 days of burial, the body of the famous Maisha of Kurigram was exhumed from the grave.

Kurigram Correspondent –

 In the case of the death of Marufa Jahan Maisher (5), a child of Kurigram while undergoing finger operation, the body of Maisher was exhumed from the grave 12 days after being buried in the case of Rupnagar police station of Dhaka. Following the application of the Investigating Officer (IO) of the case Maisha’s body was exhumed from the family graveyard at Velakopa village in Kurigram municipality on Monday (December 12) afternoon. Investigation Officer and Inspector (Investigation) of Rupnagar Police Station of Dhaka Nayan Das, Executive Magistrate of Kurigram Md Redwan Islam, Local Commissioner Md Jamsed Ali Tunku and the family of Maisha were present at the time.

Maisha’s father Md Mozaffar Hossain said, ‘They killed my daughter.  I found 20 stitches on the body of the girl while taking a bath.  I am sure they have planned to kill my daughter.  I have filed a case, want justice for my daughter’s murder.  He did not give any documents till the body of Maisha was brought home.’

 Investigation officer Nayan Dash said, “After receiving the copy of the court order, Maisha’s body has been exhumed from the grave for post-mortem examination.  After applying to the Kurigram Deputy Commissioner and the District Magistrate for an Executive Magistrate and they agreed, in the presence of an Executive Magistrate, Maisha’s body was exhumed from the grave and sent to the morgue on Monday.

 Executive Magistrate Md Redwan Islam said, ‘The body was exhumed today in view of the case filed by Maisha’s father.  The actual report will be given after the post-mortem.’

 It is to be noted that the house of the child Maisha is in the Velakopa Bipari Para village of the municipal area of ​​Kurigram Sadar.  Four and a half years ago, at the age of 9 months, Maisha’s right finger was burnt in a stove fire.  On November 30, the child died at Alam Memorial Hospital in Rupnagar, Mirpur, Dhaka, while undergoing surgery on Maisha’s burnt finger.  Later that day, his parents returned to Kurigram with the body of the child.  Maima died as a result of cutting her stomach during finger operation. The accused doctors killed Maisha and took out her kidneys and valves. 

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