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22 October, 2018 00:00 00 AM
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4 ‘bullet-hit’ bodies recovered in N’ganj

2 bodies found in Dhaka’s Diabari
UNB

Police recovered four bodies, possibly bearing gunshot wounds, from Araihazar upazila in Narayanganj yesterday, reports UNB. Meanwhile, two decomposed bodies were recovered by police from Diabari area in the capital early yesterday. In Narayanganj, police recovered the bodies of four young men from Panchrukhi Dighirpar area of Dhaka-Sylhet Highway, said MA Haque, officer-in-charge of Araihazar Police Station. Two pistols, one bullet and a white car were also recovered from the spot. Locals spotted the bodies around 6am and informed police, he said. One of the deceased was identified as Lutfar Mollah, 36, a car driver of Rampura in Dhaka and son of Mansur Mollah. Lutfar's wife said she talked to her husband over cell phone around 1am on Saturday and since then, he remained missing. Police recovered the bodies of the youths aged around 30-35 and sent those to Narayanganj General Hospital for autopsy, said the OC.

After the post-mortem of the victim's, Residential Medical Officer (RMO) Dr Asaduzzaman said three of the bodies have bullet wounds to their heads.

The heads of the victims were smashed badly using heavy elements and all of them were killed early yesterday. Meanwhile, in Dhaka, a team of police recovered two decomposed bodies from an open field from Sector 16 of Uttara at Diabari area around 2am, said Sub-inspector Rizia of Turag Police Station. Locals spotted the bodies and informed the Turag police.

Later, a police team reached the spot and recovered the bodies. However, the identities of the victims are yet to be known.  The bodies were sent to Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) morgue for autopsy, she added.

 

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