5 killed, found dead in four districts

Staff Correspondent

At least five people, including a student, were killed or found dead while one was injured in separate incidents in Jessore, Rajshahi, Bogra and Mymensingh on Saturday night and Sunday.
New Age Correspondent in Jessore reported that Kotwali police recovered the body of an unidentified youth from Bablatala in Jessore town.
The officer-in-charge of Kotwali police, Ilias Hossain, said that being informed by the locals the police recovered the body of the unidentified man, aged around 25 years from under the Bablatala bridge.
‘The body bore marks of injuries with sharp weapons,’ he said adding, the motive of the homicide could not be known immediately.
Meanwhile, a Secondary School Certificate examinee allegedly committed suicide at Gaira village under Benapole port police on Sunday.
The deceased was identified as Mukta Khatun, 15, and daughter of Hossain Ali of Gaira village.
She had been taking part in the SSC exams, this year.
Mofizur Rahman, a sub-inspector of Benapole port police told journalists that the girl committed suicide by hanging her from the ceiling over a marriage row.
The police sent the body for a post-mortem examination to Jessore Medical College and Hospital.
United News of Bangladesh from Rajshahi reported that a woman was found dead at her house at Maipara in Puthia upazila on Saturday midnight.
The officer-in-charge of Puthia police, Hafizur Rahman, said that miscreants swooped into the house of Shahnaz Begum, 39, wife of Abul Hossain, in absence of her husband in the midnight and stabbed her indiscriminately. She died on the spot.
The husband, after returning from his business found his wife lying in pools of blood on the bed, said police.
Police then recovered the body and sent it to Rajshahi Medical College and Hospital morgue for an autopsy on Sunday morning.
Abdul Latif, brother of the victim, filed a murder case with Puthia police.
New Age correspondent in Bogra reported that a man was beaten to death due to a land dispute at Darjipara at Shibganj.
The deceased was identified as Belal Hossain, 48, son of Belayet Hossain.
The officer-in-charge of Shibganj police, Ahsan Habib said that his neighbour Azhar Ali who had a developed a long dispute over the land, beat him on Sunday.
The body was sent to a Bogra hospital for a post-mortem examination. Nobody was arrested.
In Mymensingh, a private car driver was shot dead on Saturday morning at the town’s Doghar Kanda area. He was identified as Foroz Sarker, 27, a driver by profession. He used to drive a car owned by Bangladesh Agricultural University’s chief medical officer, Mohammad Foez.
Another man, namely Sohan, 25, was injured in the gunshot and was admitted to Mymensingh Medical College and Hospital.
Police said they were trying to arrest the attackers.

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