Pathshala tutor brutally killed

Pathshala mourns the death of Sagar, a well loved teacher at the Multimedia Department of Pathshala South Asian Media Academy and his journalist wife Meherun Runi who were killed in mysterious circumstances on early Saturday morning the 11th February 2012. Sagar was the news editor of Masranga Television and?also worked with Deutsche Welle Bangla Service, Ittefaq, Jugantor and Sangbad. Runi was a senior reporter in ATN Bangla Television. While there are many speculations, it is not known why or who killed the journalist couple.?The exact time or the circumstances leading to their death has not been confirmed either.

Mahi Sarwar Megh, their five year old son discovered the bodies of his parents in the morning and called his grandmother. Both had apparently been repeatedly stabbed in their??fourth-floor flat of a five storied building (58/A/2) in West Rajabazar.

Sagar and Runi

The first namaz-e-janaza of Sarwar and Runi was held at the?Dhaka?Reporters Unity office at Segunbagicha in the capital.

They couple will be buried later at Azimpur graveyard after two more namaz-e-janazas at Maasranga and ATN offices.


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5 Responses to Pathshala tutor brutally killed

  1. Shehzad Noorani says:

    This is so sad. I am so sorry to know this.

  2. Misty says:

    My Heart Goes Out The Child, How Could Anyone Even Cross Such Limit Of Hatred.

  3. Panduka de Silva says:

    Extremly sad to note of this untimely and violent end to this journalist couple. My deepest sympathies to the families of the deceased and the members of Pathshala.
    of Pathshala.

  4. Pradip Gupta says:

    I deeply mourn the sudden death of Photographer & Journalist couple ,
    may their soul rest in peace

    Pradip Gupta, Mumbai, India?

  5. Dick Doughty says:

    This is unspeakably sad and outrageous. My deepest condolences to their son, their family who will care for him; for those who will seek justice; for all who work for a more open?and free Bangladesh,?at too much peril and with too much sacrifice.

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