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14 October, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Expectant mother, daughter murdered in Tangail

UNB, Tangail

A pregnant woman and her minor daughter have been murdered in Tangail municipality area.

The deceased are Lucky Begum, 22, seven months pregnant wife of Al Amin, and their daughter Alifa, 4, of Bhalukkandi in the municipality.

Al Amin who runs a top-up shop at Asad Market near their house found the body of his daughter lying in front of the house gate when he returned home around 12:30am on Sunday, said police.

As he shouted and called his wife, no response was found from inside. Later, he approached the house only to find her lying dead in front of it.

On information, police rushed in, recovered the bodies and sent those to General Hospital morgue for autopsy, said officer-in-charge of Sadar Model Police Station Mosharraf Hossain. He said Alifa’s throat was slit while Lucky was hacked. “The reason behind the double murders is not clear. We’re investigating it,” he said.

Chuadanga housewife comes under arson attack

UNB, Chuadanga

A housewife came under an arson attack at Taltola village in the suburb of the district town on Saturday evening.

Police arrested the perpetrators—Arup Hossain, 26, son of Dolon Mia, and Ripon, 25, son of Sanwar Hossain of Islampara area of the district town—after the attack.

Officer-in-charge of Sadar Police Station Abu Jihad said Arup and Ripon used to harass Afsana Mimi, wife of a Bangladeshi expatriate living in Malaysia, as she refused their illicit proposal.

The duo threw a burning matchstick on the housewife in the evening while she was standing in front of the gate of their house.

Mimi suffered injuries to her left hand in the incident, the OC said. Hearing her screams, family members rescued her and took her to a hospital. Later at night, the victim filed a case with the police station, Jihad added.

Two cousins die of hornet bite

UNB, Dinajpur

Two minor boys have died after being bitten by hornets at Raghbindrapur village in Parbatipur upazila.

The deceased were identified as Arafat Hossain, 6, son of Alamgir Hossain, and Nissan Hossain, 5, son of Belal Hossain of the village.

Md Mojahidul Islam, chairman of Harirampur Union Parishad, said the duo was severely bitten by wasps when they along with their mothers were going to neighbouring village on Friday evening.

Being rescued, they were first taken to a local hospital. After initial treatment, they were shifted to Rangpur Medical College Hospital.

They died at the hospital in the early hours of Saturday.

Two receive bullet injuries while snatching money

UNB, Bagerhat

Two people were injured by bullet as some snatchers opened fire on them in a bid to snatch their money at Shukdara in Fakirhat upazila yesterday morning.

The victims are Bidyut Kumar Das, 45, son of Ranjitpur village in Sadar upazila and Niamul Islam Niamer, 44, of Piljong village in Fakirhat upazila. They are employees of businessman Prakash Kunda of Chulkati Bazar in Sadar upazila.

Businessman Prakash Kunda said when the two employees were going to deposit Tk 13 lakh to South Bangla Agriculture Bank riding a motorcycle around 11am the muggers coming in a motorcycle opened fire on them for snatching the money, leaving them injured.

Superintendent of Bagerhat Police Pankaj Chandra Roy said the muggers failed to snatch the money as local people rushed to the spot hearing the sound of gunfire. The injured were taken to Khulna Medical College Hospital. Police are conducting a drive to arrest the snatchers, the SP added.

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