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Being a detained murder accused, Minister’s son-in-law is enjoying high facilities
Saturday, 30 January 2016
Narayanganj seven-murder accused Tarek Sayeed has been ‘hospitalised’ with minor ailments since 3 January in Dhaka Medical College Hospital. However, the murder accused could not specify what exactly his health problem is. Tarek Sayeed told the jail authorities that he was suffering from lower back pain. Later, he was admitted in DMCH and told the doctors that he had no back pain. However, he is now admitted in the neurosurgery department.   Sources said Tarek Sayeed is under the supervision of one of his brothers, who is a doctor of DMCH neurosurgery department. Neurology associate professor Asit Baran claimed, “ Tarek Sayeed complained of lower back pain, which did not seem that serious to me. I prescribed to take an MRI. I have not received the MRI report yet.” DMCH deputy director and spokesperson, Khawaza Abdul Gafur, said, “We do not keep patients in cabin if they are not in a serious condition.” Then why Tarek Sayeed is in the cabin? When he was asked the question, he did not give a straight answer. In a visit to Tarek Sayeed’s cabin no 43 of the hospital, this correspondent of a daily observed there was a laptop inside the well-decorated cabin. Nesar Alam, Dhaka Central Jail superintendent, told the correspondent that the prisoners are not allowed to use cell phone or laptop.   On 27 April 2014, seven people including councillor Nazrul and senior lawyer Chandan Sarkar were abducted from Narayanganj and their bodies were found in Shitalakshya river on 30 April. Former RAB-11 official, Lieutenant colonel Tarek Sayeed were arrested and sent on forced retirement following the allegations of his involvement in sensational Narayanganj seven murders. Tarek Sayeed is son-in-law of disaster management and relief minister Mofazzal Hossain Chowdhury Maya.