Police have recovered the body of missing Jatiya Party leader Anwar Hossain, 40, of Chattogram's Lohagara upazila, a month after he went missing.
A Rohingya man, who was detained from Kutupalong camp in connection to his disappearance, confessed to killing him.
The decomposed body was recovered from the side of a farm house in Darbeshhat area of Lohagara upazila at midnight on Friday.
Satkania Circle Additional Superintendent of Police Zakaria Rahman said, "Initially, we suspected that two to three people were involved in the killing. Meanwhile, after detaining a man from the Kutupalong Rohingya camp in Teknaf, he confessed to killing Anwar during interrogation."
"The body was recovered from the location he told us," he added.
Anwar Hossain went missing from Padua Bazar area on 29 December. A general diary was filed at the police station on behalf of his family.
Anwar was a member of the Upazila Convening Committee of Jatiya Party. He was also a businessman and had a cattle farm.