The High Court has asked the authorities concerned to produce all the documents before court, including the confessional statements of the three accused, in a case filed over the return of a girl who was thought to be gang-raped and murdered.
The court also has summoned two investigating officers involved in the case, asking them to appear before the court on September 17.
The HC bench of Justice M Enayetur Rahim and Justice Mostafizur Rahman passed the order on Thursday.
Earlier on August 25, a revision petition was filed at the HC seeking its directions to summon documents in connection with the 'murdered' schoolgirl's returning alive after 49 days of going missing.
Advocate Mohammad Shishir Monir filed the petition on behalf of five lawyers.
According to the girl named Shishir, a fifth-grader who went missing on July 4, her father filed a kidnapping case with Narayanganj Sadar Model Police Station on August 6.
Later, police arrested three individuals – Abdullah, Rakib and Khalil – in this connection. The arrestees were sent to jail after they had testified under section 164 in court.
In their confessional statement, the accused admitted that they killed the girl after raping her and dumped her body in the Shitalakshya River.
However, the student was found alive on August 23, and is currently under the custody of Narayanganj Sadar Police Station.