The Rohingya man, who had escaped from police custody at Chattogram court building, was arrested again from Ledapara Rohingya camp at Teknaf upazila of Cox’s Bazar district early Monday.
Nezam Uddin, officer-in-charge of Kotwali Police Station, said fugitive Abul Kalam, was arrested conducting a drive at Ledapara Rohingya camp in Teknaf in the early hours Monday.
He said a police team has been sent to Teknaf for bringing Abul Kalam back to Kotwali Police Station in Chattogram.
Meanwhile, one sub-inspector and two constables -- SI Mitu Khanam and two Constables Shahadat Hossain and Nazrul Islam -- were suspended on Sunday for neglect of duty.
All three were working in Kotwali Police Station.
A probe committee headed by Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) was also formed on Sunday night, said a senior police official.
Kalam had fled the scene while being produced in court along with other accused on Sunday afternoon.
Kalam was arrested along with 1,050 pieces of Yaba from the Station Road in the port city and then handed over to Kotwali Police Station on Sundar morning.