Accused remanded in custody over wide bay murder case

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Accused remanded in custody over wide bay murder case

A man accused of killing a 15-year-old student was remanded in custody without bail for a period of six months on Monday.

Bijan Nabiullah has been charged with attempt안산안마ed murder and grievous hurt in a murder case filed against him in March 2016, af출장ter he allegedly chopped off a finger of 18-year-old Ali Zaman.

Ali was found dead in the bathroom of his north Delhi residence on the evening of Dec 16 last year. His blood had been found on the ground.

In April 2015,퇴폐 마사지 Ali had been taking part in a competition of young students at a nearby village.

However, he told investigators that he became worried in a dark house at 2 am that night about some disturbances, and decided to go out to investigate. After leaving the house, he was spotted by one of his classmates near a road and he went back there for help.

Ali’s parents told police that the boy tried repeatedly to touch the door of the house and was thrown inside, leaving a bloody print on the window, according to police reports.

He later reported being badly beaten, before he fell unconscious in a dark house at a distance of around 50 metres from the spot where Ali was allegedly attacked.

In its investigation, Delhi police, acting on the complaints of the local police station, visited the spot to see if there was any evidence of a crime, police said in their arrest warrant.

The report showed that there was no trace of blood on the door and the house was clean. The report added that the boy was not injured or beaten after falling.

Two men, who were at work when the incident took place, told the police that they saw Nabiullah while they were doing some maintenance work nearby. The men said they could see he had just turned up the power off to the house when he was seen dragging Ali from the house, their report said.

According to police, Nabiullah had been staying in the same area with his mother before the incident, and he had given a phone call to her to contact police because of a noise around his home.