The female ‘militant’ of Ashkona militant den was killed in bomb blast, said doctors of Forensic Medicine Department of Dhaka Medical College Hospital on Sunday after conducting autopsy on her body.
They conducted autopsy on the body of the female ‘militant’ who was killed during a police raid on a militant den at Ashkona of Dakhkhin Khan in the capital on Saturday.
After the autopsy, Dr Sohel Mahmud, assistant professor of the department told reporters that the woman was killed in bomb explosion.
The doctors collected blood, hair and flesh from the body during the autopsy for DNA test, he added.
Two suspected militants, including the woman, wife of absconding militant Sumon, were killed and a seven-year-old girl, daughter of slain militant Iqbal, was injured during the police raid named ‘Operation Ripple 24’ on the militant den at Ashkona.
Besides two other women—Jebunnahar Shila, wife of ex-army Major Zahid, who was killed in a ‘gunfight’ with law enforcers at Roopnagar in the capital on September 2 last, and Trishna, wife of absconding JMB leader Musa --- along with two children surrendered to police.