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Bangladeshi MP Anwarul Azim Anar “Murdered” in Kolkata

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Kolkata, May 22: Anwarul Azim Anar, a Bangladeshi Member of Parliament (MP) from the ruling Awami League, was found “murdered” days after his missing in Kolkata, West Bengal.

According to reports, the 56-year-old Bangladeshi MP who arrived in Kolkata on May 12 for medical treatment went missing on May 13. He was staying at a friend’s place in the Baranagar Police Station area. He disappeared after a medical check-up in Bidhannagar. His family reported him missing on May 18 at the Baranagar police station.


It was learnt that the Bangladesh Police also assisted the West Bengal Police in the investigation. The Bangladesh Police arrested one suspect in Bangladesh in connection with the MP’s murder, who reportedly confessed to the crime. Police have yet to locate the body of the deceased MP of Bangladesh. Investigators found blood stains in a flat in Sanjeeva Gardens, New Town, Kolkata, where Anar was last seen alive.

Bangladesh’s Home Minister, Asaduzzaman Khan, confirmed the arrests and stated that the murder was premeditated. He added that the government is collaborating with Indian authorities to investigate the case thoroughly.

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