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18 January, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Rickshaw puller beaten dead

UNB, Sylhet

A rickshaw puller was beaten to death allegedly by a young man over a trifling matter at Pirojpur of Dakkhin Surma area here on Wednesday. The deceased was identified as Shebul Mia alias Raza, 35, son of Karam Ali of Akilpur village in Bishwanath upazila.

Khairul Fazal, officer-in-charge of Dakkhin Surma Police Station, said that Raza had an altercation with Sohel, son of Ainullah of Pirojpur village, at a grocery shop of one Ahad over a trifling matter around 9:30 pm.

At one stage, Sohel beat Raza up mercilessly, leaving him dead on the spot.

Man killed over land dispute

UNB, Sylhet

 A man was killed and ten others injured in a clash over a land boundary demarcation at Khash Mouza village in Goainghat upazila on Wednesday. The deceased was identified as Kutub Ali, 35, son of Nuruddin Mia of the village.

Abdul Jalil, officer-in-charge of Goainghat Police Station, said Nuruddin Mia and Abdul Jalil had been at loggerheads over the demarcation of a piece of land near their houses. As a sequel to the enmity, an altercation was ensued between them over the issue on Wednesday morning.

7 RMG scrap warehouses gutted

UNB, Gazipur

Seven garment scrap warehouses were gutted in a fire in Deulia area under Konabari Police Station in the city on Wednesday night.

The fire originated at a warehouse of Delwar Hossain around 8pm and it soon spread to nearby godowns, said Md Akhteruzzaman, assistant director of Gazipur Fire Service and Civil Defence. On information, six fire-fighting units from Joydevpur, Kashimpur and Kaliakoir rushed in and doused the blaze around 11pm, he said.

3 restaurants fined in capital

BSS, Dhaka

Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) authorities on Wednesday fined total Taka 5.50 lakh to three upscale restaurants in capital’s Gulshan and Banani for unhealthy condition.

“We have fined Taka three lakh to a restaurant in Gulshan-2 as we found duck poops on the eggs kept to serve to customers and keeping fish and mutton in the same freezer. The restaurant staffs also do not have any health certificates. It was also situated in the residential area,” DNCC acting mayor Jamal Mostafa told newsmen.

 

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