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Murder or suicide!

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Staff Reporter  :
A madrasa student was burnt to dead over rivalry in a bathroom of the madrasa in Nishchintapur of Thakurgaon district town on Saturday morning.
The deceased was identified as Abu Bakkar, 16, a student of Hifaj Department (Holy Quran Memorizing Section) of Darul Ulum Fayej AA'm Kowmi Madras. He was son of Sirazul Islam, hailing from Bahadurpara village of  Sadar upzila, Police said.
Quoting students and locals, Abdul Latif Mia,

Officer-in-Charge (OC) of Thakurgaon Sadar Police Station, "Police rushed to the spot in the morning and recovered the body breaking door of bathroom in the madrasa."
Following the murder, police detained 10 people, including Madrasa
Superintendent for interrogation in connection with the murder, the OC said.
We are investigating the incident, the police official said.  He said that the body was sent to hospital for autopsy, he added.
Madrasa Superintendent Yasin Ali said that they rushed to the bathroom as they saw flames there after Fazr prayer. The bathroom however was closed from the inside .  A class fellow of the deceased, said that the madrasa authorities ware lying over the door closing from the inside.
Abu Bakar retuned from his hose was normal and he went to sleep with others as normal but some he did not find him after rising for Fazar prayer.
Family sources said, Abu Bakkar came to residence on Friday morning and returned to the madrasa before evening with Tk 200. Some one murdered Abu Bakar,  they claimed and rejected the 'suicide drama' of the madrasa authorities.

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