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24 September, 2018 00:00 00 AM / LAST MODIFIED: 23 September, 2018 08:36:21 PM
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Woman hacked dead ‘by son’

Kushtia: A woman was hacked to death allegedly by her ‘drug addict’ son inAngdiavillage of Daulatpur upazila yesterday morning, reports UNB.

The deceased was identified as Banera Khatun, 45, wife of Azizul Haque of the village.

Shah Dara, officer-in-charge of Daulatpur Police Station, saidBanera’sdrug-addict son Jewel demanded money from her for taking drugs in the morning.

Being refused, Jewel hacked his mother with a sharp weapon, leaving her dead on the spot, said the OC.

On information, police recovered the body and detained Jewel, he added.

Satkhira youth dies after

taking excessive alcohol

Satkhira: A young man died after allegedly taking ‘too much foreign made alcohol’ at Shuktia village in Patkelghata upazila early yesterday, reports UNB.

The deceased was identified as Kamal Gazi, 27, son of Abdul Gazi of the village.

Locals said Kamal’s neighbours Khalil Sardar and Salam Golder consumed foreign made alcohol near a pond around 9 pm on Saturday night.

At one stage, the victim fell sick, they added.

However, they took him to Satkhira Sadar Hospital around 3 pm where the duty doctor declared him dead, said Rezaul Islam, officer-in-charge of Patkelghata Police Station. According to the medical certificate, Kamal died of cardiac arrest, he said.

“The incident is being investigated,” he added.

31 crude bombs recovered

Kushtia: Police in separate dives arrested 64 people including some accused in different cases from different upazilas of the district from Saturday night to yesterday morning, reports UNB.

The law enforcers also recovered 31 crude bombs, 85 yaba tablets, 350 gram hemp, 50 gram heroin and two liters of locally made alcohol, said SM Tanvir Arafat, superintendent of Kushtia Police on Sunday morning.

They will be produced before a court here later in the day, he added.

2 Nigerians held in Benapole

our correspondert, Benapole

 

Members of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) detained two Nigerians for entering the country without valid documents from Putkhali bordering area yesterday.

The arrestees were identified as Vitas Unnah, 40, and OlatumdeTimothi, 45, residents of Illia region of Nigeria.

Being tipped-off, the BGB team conducted a drive in the area and arrested the duo for entering Bangladesh illegally from India, said Lt Col Imranulla Sarkar, commanding officer of BGB-21 battalion.

Later, they were handed over to Benapole Port Police and a case was filed in this connection.

One arrested with 1kg heroin

Rajshahi: Members of Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) in a drive arrested a drug trader along with 1.125 kilogram heroin from Khoribona Rodpara area in Chapainawabganj sadar upazila on Saturday night, reports UNB.

The arrestee was identified as Md Jahid, 27, son of late Ashraful of Goraipara village in the upazila.

Being informed that that a gang of drug traders was staying in the area for selling heroin, a team of Rab-5 conducted drive and arrested Jahid along with the drug, said a Rab press release.

Man held with human skeleton

Munshiganj: Police arrested a man along with a human skeleton from Malkhangar area in Sirajdikhan upazila yesterday, reports UNB.

The arrestee was identified as Md Saiful Islam, 40, son of late Abul Hossain of Biddagaon Residential Area in Mymensingh town.

Being tipped off that a consignment of medicine was coming to the town, a team of police conducted a drive in the area, said Md Farid Uddin, officer-in-charge of Sirajdikhan Police Station. When the law enforcers gave a signal to stop a CNG-run auto-rickshaw, two of its passengers ran away but one was held by them, he added.

 

 

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