August 4, 2021

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The motorcyclist died after being crushed by the wheel of the truck

A motorcyclist named Anand Pahan (20) was crushed to death by a truck at Adamdighi in Bogra. The accident took place at Daharpur village on Chhatiangram-Adamdighi road of the upazila at 1:15 pm on Thursday. The deceased was identified as Mukta Pahan of Isabpur village under Chhatiangram upazila of Anand upazila. Another motorcyclist Sanjay Pal was seriously injured.

According to police and locals, Anand Pahan and Sanjay Pal, a neighbor, were going to Adamdighi on a Pulsar motorcycle from their home in Isabpur village at noon. When they reached Daharpur village of the upazila, a truck loaded with pepper coming from behind pushed them while overtaking them and the motorcyclist Anand fell under the wheels of the truck. He was crushed by the wheel of the truck and died on the spot. Sanjay Pal, son of Kartik Pal, another motorcyclist from the same village, has been admitted to the Upazila Health Complex with serious injuries. The killer truck fled.

Adamdighi Police Officer-in-Charge (OC) Jalal Uddin said police rushed to the spot and recovered the body. An unnatural death case has been filed in the incident. However, it was not possible to seize the deadly truck.

U.S. President Joe Biden has given U.S. intelligence three months to speed up the investigation into the true origin of the coronavirus. In a statement issued Friday, the White House said, “Intelligence agencies should work twice as hard to analyze the data and come to a definitive decision on the origin of the coronavirus and report back to me within 90 days.”

According to Biden, there are two possible causes for the origin of this deadly virus. U.S. intelligence has speculated that Corona may have spread from one of these two locations – a livestock market or a laboratory.

In December 2019, the first corona was discovered in Wuhan, China. Then it spread all over the world. About 160 million people around the world have been infected with the virus. The virus has killed more than 3.4 million people. However, according to some scientists, the actual number of deaths is much higher.