The body of an unidentified man was recovered from a pavement of the capital's Jatrabari Thursday, police said. The identity of the deceased could not immediately be confirmed. The man was found lying on the pavement on Kutubkhali Bridge around 7:30am. On information, police went to the spot and took the man to Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) where he was declared dead around 12:30pm, Mehbah Uddin, sub-inspector of Jatrabari Police Station, said. Police assumed that the man had been living on the streets and suffering from a long illness. However, the exact cause of his death is pending autopsy and has not been confirmed. Read more: Two unidentified bodies recovered from Dhaka streets
Police on Wednesday recovered the body of a man from a pond after he went missing for five days in Pabna’s Ishwardi. The deceased was identified as Sumon Ali, 30. According to police, locals found Sumon’s body floating in a pond in the Paschim Para area and informed police. Later, police recovered the body. No injury mark was found on the body. Read more: Woman found dead in Chattogram water tank The body was sent to the Pabna General Hospital for autopsy, said Arbind Sarkar, officer-in-charge of Ishwardi police station.
Coast Guard recovered the bodies of two fishermen from the Bay of Bengal Tuesday and Wednesday almost a week after a fishing boat carrying them capsized when a hole appeared in the vessel and water started gushing into it. The deceased were identified as Yusuf, 25, and Bayezid, 20, Barguna's Patharghata. Kazi Shaminul Bari, Coast Guard Kachikhali Contingent commander, said the duo started sleeping on the boat after casting their net to catch fish in the Bay on January 5. "They went missing after their fishing boat sank." The Coast Guard personnel had been carrying out rescue operations to find the missing fishermen in the Bay and several areas of the Sundarbans since January 6, he said. Although the fishing boat was salvaged from the Bay on the following day, floating bodies of Yusuf and Bayezid were found on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning from the sea, Shaminul said. Md Ikram Hossain, officer-in-charge of Sharankhola Police Station, said the bodies were handed over to their families after the completion of legal procedures. Read more: 13 trawlers sink in Bay in Cox’s Bazar
Police recovered the body of a suspected drug peddler from Chirirbandar upazila of Dinajpur on Wednesday. The deceased was identified as Hasanur Rahma, 41. Read more: Body of female journalist recovered from Hatiljheel residence Deceased’s mother Hasina Begum alleged that his son was hacked to death following a brawl over sharing of money of drug dealing on Tuesday night. Police recovered the body from a pond in Ranipur village of the upazila this noon, said Bazlur Rashid, officer-in-charge (OC) of Chirirbandar police station. Read more: 2 bodies recovered from Tangail rail track The body was sent to M Abdur Rahim Medical College and Hospital for an autopsy, he added. An investigation is on in this regard, said the OC.
Firefighters today recovered the body of a man, missing from Padma river in Rajshahi — a day after his wife drowned in the river. The deceased was identified as Salauddin Quader Rupan, 38, a banker from Srimantapur area under Godagari upazila. The body was recovered around 11:30 am near the spot where his wife Manjuri Tanvir Nishi, 32, drowned on Friday, said Nabir Uddin, station officer of Godagari Fire Service Station. Kamrul Islam, Officer-in-Charge of Godagari police station, said the body will be handed over to the family after completing legal procedures. Read more: Wife drowns, husband goes missing while bathing in Padma A Rajshahi fire service diving team was conducting a search operation from Friday noon and suspended it around 7 pm due to darkness. They resumed it again on Saturday morning and recovered Rupan’s body. Rupan, posted in Kishoreganj, his family members and some 15 others were having a picnic on the bank of the river on Friday. Read more: 2 killed after boat capsizes in Padma off Rajshahi city After traveling by boat, he and his family members were bathing in the river at noon. Suddenly a heavy tide came along and four members of the family, including Nishi, went missing at first. Though others could rescue Nishi and her two children, Rupan went missing. Nishi breathed her last on the way to hospital.
Police recovered bodies of two people from a rail track at Hatiya in Kalihati upazila of the district Thursday morning. The deceased---Sagor Sikdar, 35, son of Chanchal Sikdar and Sajeeb, 33, son of Liakot Ali, were residents of Santhia upazila of Pabna. Locals said the duo was going to Pabna from Dhaka by a private car on Wednesday night. Read more: Man, woman on motorbike killed in Tangail road crash A bus hit the private car on its way to Pabna in Kalihati upazila around 2.30am. They remained unhurt and came out of their vehicle and then they were walking on the rail track. The duo might have been crushed by any train at that time, locals said. Fazlul Hoque, in-charge of Tangail Railway police outpost, said that the bodies were sent to morgue for autopsy.
The body of a youth was recovered from the Meghna on Sunday morning, four days after he went missing being chased by police in Daulatkhan upazila of Bhola. The deceased was identified as Noman, a worker of the upazila. Read more: Body of 7-yr-old boy found in Gazipur Police chased Noman and other people as they were allegedly gambling on November 24 at Patar Khal Machh Ghat by the river, said locals. Being chased by the police, they fell into the river and all, except Noman, could manage to swim ashore, said Zakir Hossain, officer-in-charge (OC) of Daulatkhan police station. Later, fire service and coast guard divers fished out his body from the river near the Machh Ghat this morning (Sunday), he added. A case has been filed at the police station in this regard, said the OC. Read more: Bangladeshi farmer’s body found along Feni border; BSF blamed Besides, a three-member probe committee headed by Lalmohan Circle Additional Superintendent of Police Zahurul Islam was formed to investigate the death. Meanwhile, two constables of Daulatkhan police station Md Russel and Md Sajib have been temporarily suspended and Daulatkhan police station Sub-Inspector (SI) Swarup Kanti Pal and Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) Md Sohel Rana have been closed over the incident, said OC Zakir.
Police on Friday recovered the body of a seven-year-old boy after he went missing for two days in Gazipur. The deceased is Mohammad Ali, 7, son of Aynal Hossain from Maijhpara village under Chapainawabganj’s Sadar upazila. According to police, Ali went missing when he left home for playing on Wednesday noon. As he didn’t return home in the evening, his family started searching for him. “Not finding the boy anywhere, Ali’s mother filed a General Diary (GD) with Bason police station on Thursday. On Friday morning, local people found the boy’s body floating in a pond and informed police, who then went to the spot and recovered it,” said Mohammad Ali, Sub-Inspector (SI) of Bason Police Station. Read: Two children drown in Chattogram pond Ali added that police are suspecting that the boy died by drowning. “The body has been sent to Shaheed Tajuddin Ahmad Medical College Hospital morgue for autopsy, after which the exact reason of Ali’s death will be known,” added the SI.
Police recovered the body of a woman from the rail tracks in Dari Maliat area under Kushtia’s Kumarkhali upazila on Saturday night. The deceased is Shammi Akter Samia, 20, daughter of Saidul Islam from Sherkandi area of Kumarkhali municipality of the district. According to police, the woman used to make Tiktok videos. The body was recognised by her uncle and younger sister on Sunday noon. “A case of unnatural death has been filed with Kumarkhali Police Station in this regard,” said Tonmoy Bhattacharjee, Sub-Inspector (SI) of Poradah Railway Police Station. Read: Missing ex-BCL leader’s body recovered from Buriganga The family of the deceased has been demanding that Samia did not commit suicide, rather she was murdered. Her mother Hasina Khatun said Samia went out to visit her aunt’s house in Dari Maliat area at about 6:00pm on Saturday. But after she didn’t return home by 8:00pm they started looking for her. On Sunday morning, they went to the morgue of Kushtia General Hospital after learning that police had recovered a body the night before, she said. “There we found the severed body of our daughter,” said the mother. Read: University student’s body found at home in Natore Md Imdadul Haque, Officer In-charge (OC) of Poradah Railway Police Station, said that they recovered Samia’s body upon receiving information from local people. “The exact reason of the death will be known once the autopsy is done,” said Imdadul.
Former general secretary of Bangladesh Chhatra League’s (BCL) Jahangirnagar University (JU) unit Duranta Biplab might have been murdered as some injury marks were found on his body, said a physician after conducting autopsy on Sunday. “Injury marks were found on the back of the head and chest of Biplab,” said Dr Mofiz Uddin Pradhan Nipun, a physician at Narayanganj General Hospital where the autopsy was done. It is suspected that he died after being hit on the back of the head with a heavy object, said the physician. “It can be confirmed after receiving the final report of the post-mortem. But initially, it can be said that Biplab was murdered,” he added. Biplab was also a member of the Agriculture and Cooperative Sub-Committee of the Central Awami League. Read: Missing ex-BCL leader’s body recovered from Buriganga Biplab, 51, went missing while going to Mohammadpur from Keraniganj to meet his mother on November 7. The body of was fished out from the Buriganga river in Jajira area of South Keraniganj on Saturday afternoon, said Shahab Uddin Kabir, Additional Superintendent of Police of Keraniganj circle. Biplab’s family members came to Narayanganj early Sunday and identified body from a photo. A general diary (GD) was filed at Keraniganj police station in this regard, said deceased’s brother Durjoy.