In a closed Islamic school, 14yr old child found dead, with body smeared in blood

In a heart-wrenching incident, the dead body of a 14-year-old child was found inside the Madrasa in Bihar. The horrific incident took place in Madrasa Noorul Hoda, Purnia district, Bihar. The body of Shoaibur was found in a village on Saturday night.

According to media reports, on the day of the incident, Shoaibur told his mother that he was going out to buy jackfruit, but did not return home. He went missing and his mother was worried about him. Later, his corpse was found inside the Madarsa where he often used to go to read.

The victim’s body was found in a bloodied state in Madarsa. His arms and legs were tied to the bench and he received severe injuries on his head. According to the reports, the victim’s brother Tasleem said, “When I was going home after closing the shop in the evening, my mother called me to ask whether Shoaibur was with me? I said no, he is not with me. My mother told me that Shoaibur had gone to the market to buy jackfruit, but had not returned yet. After this, we started looking for him.”

According to Taslim, while searching for the brother, he met a young man on the way who told him that he had seen Shoaibur a few hours ago near the Manjheli Madrasa. They went to Madrasa and started looking for him. Searching for Shoaib Ur, he went near the jackfruit tree located behind the Madrasa, where he saw his slippers. Just then, the other brother spotted the bloodstains. Going forward, he saw Shoebur dead with his body smeared in blood.

the victim’s brother claimed that he found his brother’s body tied with rope. A huge crowd had assembled near Madrasa when the victim’s dead body was found. The police also reached the spot after receiving the news of the incident and his body was sent to the hospital for autopsy. 

According to Dainik Bhaskar, DSP Anand Pandey told that the investigation has been launched into the matter and the accused will be arrested soon. Locals said that the madrasa was closed after the lockdown was imposed across the country. 

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.