The Sharmin murder case is one of the most notorious criminal cases in the history of Bangladesh. Munir Hussain, a wealthy industrialist, killed his wife Sharmin Rima on April 9, 1989 as the culmination of a long-running affair with his mistress Bogra, Nov 30 (bdnews24. com)—Police have detained six people on suspicion of involvement in the killing of ruling Awami League’s Bogra town unit leader Sujanur Rahman Sujon. | | |On 7 January 2011, a poor Bangladeshi teenage girl named Felani was brutally murdered by the elite Border Security Force (BSF) of the powerful neighbor India in | |the border region.
16 December 2011 A Jessore BNP leader was found dead by Dhaka-Mymensingh highway yesterday, a day after he was abducted from the capital’s Mohammadpur area. 16 November 2012 – Reporters Without Borders deplores the lack of progress in the investigation into the murders of husband-and-wife TV journalists Sagar Sarowar and Meherun Runi in their Dhaka apartment on 11 February. reason behind this crime: Reasons for committing a crime include greed, anger, jealously, revenge, or pride. Some people decide to commit a crime and carefully plan everything in advance to increase gain and decrease risk.
These people are making choices about their behavior; some even consider a life of crime better than a regular job—believing crime brings in greater rewards, admiration, and excitement—at least until they are caught. Others get an adrenaline rush when successfully carrying out a dangerous crime. Others commit crimes on impulse, out of rage or fear . In this article I will discuss few root social causes of committing a crime and some methods of discouraging the choice of crime. I have chosen only social causes, because from my point of view people are good by default, only the social factors create the criminals.