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>FORMER deputy inspector general (DIG) of police Anisur Rahman and his wife are not the biological parents of the “septuplets” rescued from their house and the children are not siblings either, revealed DNA test results. (Full article)
The High Court (HC) bench of Justice Syed Mahmud Hossain and Justice Farid Ahmed yesterday read out the DNA test reports before the lawyers of Bangladesh National Woman Lawyers Association (BNWLA) and Bangladesh Society for Establishment of Human Rights (BSEHR).
In 2006, BNWLA and BSEHR filed a writ petition seeking legal custody of the children — four boys and three girls — rescued from the former DIG’s residence.
The HC bench fixed today (Wednesday) for the delivery of its verdict on the matter.
The reports of the DNA tests, conducted at the DNA laboratory at Dhaka Medical College, were presented yesterday before the court through the Supreme Court (SC) authorities as per a previous order of the HC.
The children have been identified as Marium, Aimon Rahman Anis, Alas Rahman Akand, Nafis Rahman Nais, Dian Rahman, Jannatul Nafiza Rahman and Jannatul Anisa Rahman.
The children’s ‘mother’ Anwara Rahman, accused in an extortion case, has been in jail for the last few months while the ‘father’ did not appear before the court yesterday.

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