Police recovered the body of an unidentified female in a wheelchair in the capital's Badda area. The identity of the 55-year old female could not be known till Tuesday evening, said Sub-Inspector (SI) Saiful Islam of Badda Police Station. The body was found with her head tilted down in the wheelchair on the street in front of house no- 49, Road 11, Merul Badda DIT Project, on Monday evening, he said. READ: Man dies falling off ladder in Dhaka After the legal process, the body was sent to Dhaka Medical College Hospital Morgue for autopsy on Tuesday morning. The body has been wearing a black and white printed dress (maxi) and marks of old wounds were found in different parts of her body. READ: Dhaka, Delhi eye unique relationship resolving pending issues It was learned that she used to beg sitting in the wheelchair. The exact cause of death would be known after the autopsy, SI Saiful added.
Police recovered the body of a newborn baby girl from the garden gate of Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) on Wednesday. Sources at the DMCH said, on information, a team police from Shahbagh police station went to the spot and recovered the body at 10:30 am. READ: Jatrabari cylinder blast: Another victim dies at DMCH Sub-Inspector of the police station Deepak Bala said it was known immediately who had left the body of the one-day old baby there but police are trying to find it out. READ: Incarcerated war criminal dies at DMCH
A couple and their young son were found slaughtered at their Jorarganj house in Mirsarai upazila of Chattogram district early Thursday. The deceased were identified as Mostafa Saudagar, 67, a grocery shop owner, Josnara Begum, 55, wife of Mostafa and Ahmed Hossain, 25, son of Mostafa of Madhyam Sona Pahar area in Jorarganj. Quoting local people, Nur Hossain Mamun, officer-in-charge of Jorarganj Police Station, said neigbours spotted the throat-slit bodies of the three people lying on the floor of the house in the morning and informed them. Also read: Decomposed body of 'foreign citizen' recovered from Kushiara river On information, police recovered the bodies and sent those to the local hospital morgue for autopsy. Police, meanwhile, detained Saddam, elder son of Mostafa, and Saddam’s wife, Ainun Nahar, for interrogation. However, the motive behind the killing could not be known yet but it is suspected that enmity over ancestral property might be the reason behind the gruesome murders. Also read: Police recover body of a tourist from Cox's Bazar hotel “Police are investigating the incident to unearth the reason and identify the killers,” said OC.
The body of a tourist who drowned in Nikli Haor in Kishorganj on Friday was recovered Saturday morning. The deceased was identified as Roni,22, a pickup driver from Cumilla. Besides, Md Alamgir, 20 of Gaibandha district, who also drowned in the waterbody, remained missing. Also read: Decomposed body of 'foreign citizen' recovered from Kushiara river According to locals, both of them drowned around 11 am Friday while taking bath in the waterbody at Ghoradhigha village in Nikli Upazila on Friday. Officer-in-Charge of Md Shamsul Islam said the body of one tourist was recovered and rescue operation is going on to find the missing one. Also read: Police recover body of a tourist from Cox's Bazar hotel
Two sisters were found hanging from an iron rod on the terrace of their house in the Majumdari area of Sylhet city on Tuesday. The deceased were identified as Rani Jamidar (33) and Fatema Begum (27), daughters of Kalim Ullah. Police suspect they committed suicide over a family feud. BM Ashrafullah, additional deputy commissioner (media) of Sylhet Metropolitan Police, said that after Kalim's death, his wife and three daughters lived in the house and refrained from interacting with the neighbours. Read: Another body washes ashore on Cox’s Bazar beach The couple's other daughter relocated to the UK after her marriage. Around 6am, neighbours found the bodies of the two sisters hanging from the iron rod on the terrace of the house and informed the cops. A team from the local police station rushed to the spot and sent the bodies to the local hospital morgue for post-mortem. "A probe has been ordered into the deaths," the officer said.
The hanging body of a female college student was recovered at Pashcimtora village in Thakurgaon. The deceased was identified as Shahanara alias Shathi, 17, a first- year student of Government Moslemuddin College. Shathi’s father, Ainul Haque, said his daughter went to her bedroom after having dinner on Thursday night as usual. As she did not wake up in the morning, they broke open the door and found her body hanging from the ceiling, Ainul said. Officer-in-charge of Haripur police station Aurangzeb said they recovered body once they were informed. The body was buried without autopsy as the family had not filed any complaint, he said.
Police recovered the body of a worker, who had gone missing three days ago while taking bath, from the Madhumati River in Bagerhat district on Saturday. The deceased was identified as Billal Molla, 26, a resident of Garfa village in Mollahat upazila who used to work as a laborer in cargo ships. On August 18, Billal went missing while taking bath in the river near old ferry ghat area in Mollahat upazila. READ: Missing Chinese citizen found dead in Chattogram A diver team of Khula Fire Brigade conducted a rescue drive and announced the ending of the drive as they did not get any trace of Billah after two days, said Deputy Assistant Director of Bagerhat Fire Service and Civil Defense Md Golam Sarwar. Officer-in-Charge of Mollahat police station Somen Das said locals found Billal’s floating body two kilometers away from the spot where he went missing on and informed police. READ: Body comes up of fisherman who went missing at sea Police recovered the body from Greece Nagar area and handed it over to family after filing a case of unnatural death, said the OC.
Members of Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) on Monday recovered the dismembered body of the principal of Ashulia Residential School and College, who remained missing for almost a month, from Savar and Ashkona in the city's Dakkhin Khan area. Rab also arrested three persons in connection with the murder of 36-year-old Principal Mintu Chandra Barman. The arrestees were identified as Rabiul Islam and Motaleb—two founding members of the school and Rahim Badsha, nephew of Rabiul. Also read: Body comes up of fisherman who went missing at sea Mintu Barman, son of Sharat Barman of Hatibandha upazila on Lalmonirhat district, along with Motaleb, Shamsuzzaman and Rabiul Islam had established the school after renting a building at Jamgara Beron area in Savar two years back. Since then Mintu has been holding the post of principal and used to live at the adjacent building of the school on rent. On July 13, Mintu went missing and did not return home. Dipak Chandra Barman, younger brother of Mintu lodged a general diary at Ashulia Police Station on July 22, said Commanding officer of Rab-4, Lieutenant Rakib Mahmud Khan. During investigation, the elite force detained Rabiul, Motaleb and Badsha and following the confessional statement by them, Rab recovered the body of Mintu. Mintu was killed at the school following an enmity over the ownership of the school and his body has been cut into six pieces. Also read: Medical student’s hanging body found in Dhaka The arrestees covered the five parts of the body in the school field while the head on the water body in the Ashkona area, said Rab.
A couple and their two minor children were found with their throats slit at their home in Binnakandi village of Sylhet's Goainghat upazila on Wednesday morning, police said. While Alima Begum, 34, and the two kids -- Mizan, 9, and Anisa, 4 -- succumbed to their injuries, her husband, Hifzur Rahman, is currently battling for his life at Sylhet Osmani Medical College and Hospital. Abdul Ahad, the officer-in-charge of the Goainghat police station, said that neighbours found the family members lying in a pool of blood after they broke open the door hearing Hifzur groaning with pain. Also read: Youth’s throat-slit body recovered in Sylhet Later, cops were informed and a team from the local police station rushed to the spot and took the bodies into custody. A seriously injured Hifzur has been admitted to Sylhet Osmani Medical College and Hospital. Also read: Employee’s throat-slit body found at Natore hospital The motive behind the crime is not clear, the official said. Also read: Two young men’s bodies recovered from Buriganga
Two masons were found dead at West Boroia Godarpool in Anwara upazila of Chatograme district on Monday. The deceased were identified as Mohammad Ilias, 40, son of Asi Mia and Abul Kashem, 38, son of Adil Ahmed of Bottoli union of the upazila. Local people spotted the bodies in the area and informed police in the morning. Read: Man killed over land dispute in Chattogram On information, police recovered the bodies and sent those to local hospital morgue for autopsy, said SM Didarul Alam Shikdar, officer-in-charge of Anwara Police Station. According to their family sources, they were returning home after finishing work at Gohira village in Raipur union of the upazila on Sunday night. However, it is still not clear how they died. Police are investigating the deaths.