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Blood-stained body found from train roof

UNB, Rajshahi

Police recovered the blood-stained body of an unidentified young man from the rooftop of an intercity train at Rajshahi Railway Station yesterday morning. Guards of the train spotted blood on a compartment of the 'Silk City' when the train was brought to the station for cleaning around 7:20 am, said Syed Iqbal, officer-in-charge of Rajshahi Railway Station. After searching for the source of the blood, they found the body on the rooftop. On information police recovered the body and sent it to Rajshahi Medical College Hospital for an autopsy.

Travel agency owner, 4 cohorts jailed in city

UNB, Dhaka

A Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) mobile court sentenced five people, including a travel agency owner, to six-month imprisonment in the capital's Motijheel area on Sunday night on human trafficking charges. Tipped off that 'Saimon Air Travels' had been involved in cheating people in the name of sending them abroad with fake documents, a team of Rab-3 conducted a drive at the travel agency on the 4th floor of Karim Chamber around 8pm, said sources at the Rab headquarters. During the drive, the elite force arrested travel agency owner Quddus Bepary, 55, and his associates Rabiul Islam, 31, Jakir Hossain, 41, Minto, 39, and Ariful Islam. The Rab team also recovered huge fake documents, 48 passports and some foreign currencies from the office. During preliminary interrogation, the arrestees revealed that they used to send people to Malaysia via India and Indonesia.

Body parts found in bags

UNB, Savar

Police on Monday recovered eight severed human body parts in plastic bags at Nischintapur of Ashulia. The identity of the deceased was not available immediately as the head of the body was missing. Sub-inspector of Ashulia Police Station Murad Ahmed said local people spotted the body parts and informed police in the morning. Later, they recovered the body parts in separate plastic bags, he added.

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