Police on Sunday arrested a young man with a home-made weapon from a flat in a building named Chameli in Sector 16 of the capital’s Uttara. His name is Maqbool Hossain Parash. A case has been filed under the Arms Act in this regard. Turag Police Station confirmed the information. Officer-in-charge of Turag Police Station Mahadi Hasan told Prothom Alo that police had information that a member of the ‘teenage gang’ was at a house in Uttara with weapons. Maqbool was later arrested in a raid there. The idea is that Maqbool is a hired terrorist. Continue terrorist activities in exchange for money.
Turag police sub-inspector. Nafiz Mehdi arrested Maqbool. He said Maqbool’s family lives in Kamrangirchar. He told the family that he works in a private company. This flat in Uttara was rented a couple of months ago. He has two more accomplices. After raiding the house on the news that he has a weapon, a knife, Ramda was recovered from under his mattress. Maqbool could not give any good answer as to why he has collected these. His two accomplices were not found. Maqbool said that they went home on Eid. The matter is under investigation.
The goat gave birth to two cubs at the Gabtoli bus stand during the lockdown. The mother goat gives milk to one but does not want to give the other. In this situation, the workers living at the bus stand are raising the cubs by feeding them cow’s milk.
It was seen on the spot around 5 pm on Sunday that a bus mechanic named Abdur Rahman was feeding the cub with water mixed with cow’s milk in a feeder. He said that because the mother goat did not give milk, he often fed it. It can be seen around the bus stand that more kids are running around. In addition to goats, dogs are also seen roaming. Dogs are also in food crisis. At the bus stand, two dogs were barking with a leftover food. The child was also trying to grab a dog at the time. Long-distance buses are not running in the lockdown. Various bus workers have become jobless. People are not walking here as usual. Passengers have no anagona, hawkers have no violence. The bus stand area is remarkably quiet.
Long-distance traffic has been suspended since April 5 to prevent the spread of corona infection. Since then, the buses have been parked inside the bus stand. And some bus workers are living here.