Son of slain Bangladeshi journalist discovered dead with throat opening
Son of slain Bangladeshi journalist : As India reels under the awfulness of Rising Kashmir proofreader in-boss Shujaat Bukhari’s murder, Bangladesh is dealing with the strange demise of 52-year-old Shumon Zahid.
Child of martyred Bangladeshi writer Selina Parvin, Zahid was discovered dead with his throat opening close railroad tracks in Shahjahanpur Bagicha region in Khilgaon, Dhaka.
Relatives trust Zahid may have been targetted for being an observer in a 1971 atrocities case, reports Bangladesh every day The Daily Star.
Presently recognized as Martyred Intellectuals Day, on December 14, 1971, Zahid’s mom Selina Parvin was killed by East Pakistan paramilitary power Al-Badr alongside a few different erudite people.
Zahid, who was just seven at the season of his mom’s demise, had been filling in as an observer on a case with respect to these killings. Reports say Zahid was being debilitated for affirming against Al-Badr pioneers.
In the wake of being recuperated yesterday morning, Zahid’s body was sent to Dhaka Medical College Hospital for examination.
(This Story Originating From INDIATODAY)