Four days ago in Chittagong, after arresting a person in connection with the recovery of the body of a young man with his face and hands and feet tied in a locked room, the police said that his colleagues killed him due to a dispute over ‘salary’.
PBI arrested Abdur Rahman (32) on suspicion of involvement in the murder from Dhaka’s Dhanmondi on Friday.
According to the police, Abdur Rahman fled with another colleague after the murder; His house is in Sandwip Upazila of Chittagong, but lived in Tigerpass Railway Colony of Chittagong.
On the morning of February 27, the police recovered the body of a young man after breaking the lock of a tin shed house illegally constructed in the empty space in front of building number 11 in Kuar Par area of the colony.
Later, the owner of that house Chenuara saw the body and identified his name as Salauddin. On January 22, Salahuddin rented the house for three colleagues to live together.
PBI Chittagong Metro Inspector Ilyas Khan told bdnews24.com that Abdur Rahman and another absconding person used to make stalls at the fair along with Salahuddin. They killed him out of ‘anger’ over a dispute over ‘low wages’ after work and fled.