Complaint filed against Anamul Haque Bijoy over stabbing incident
Jannatul Naym Pieal
A complaint has been filed against Bangladesh national cricketer Anamul Haque Bijoy on Sunday for beating and stabbing a young man named Motaleb Hossain Bappy.
According to reports, Abdul Halim, father of the 24-year-old victim Motaleb, filed the case against the cricketer at the Kushtia Model Police Station on Sunday night.
Abdul Halim’s complaint claims that Bijoy’s family has been living at a rented out apartment on the first floor of his four-storey house at Gourishankar Agarwal Road in Aruapara of the district town over the last four years.
On Sunday morning, Jamil Hossain – Bijoy’s father, locked into an altercation with Bappy over a trifling matter. Following the incident, Bijoy along with three of his friends went to his house from Dhaka in the evening. Afterwards at around 9pm in the evening, the national wicketkeeper-batsman, alongside his brother Sajib, beat Bappy with a cricket bat and stabbed the young man with a sharp weapon.
Bappy, who is critically injured as a result of the stabbing incident, has been admitted to Kushtia General Hospital. Doctors have started his treatment but he is yet to be out of danger.
In the meantime, Biplob Kumar Debnath, officer-in-charge of Kushtia Model Police Station, informed the reporters that if necessary, they will take legal steps against Bijoy after the complaint being investigated.