Police have arrested a woman named Sabina Yasmin (28) in Teknaf of Cox’s Bazar. Police demanded a foreign pistol, a magazine, seven pistol bullets and 13 LG cartridges from him. They were rescued from the house of Mohammad Sarwar, a resident of Uttar Lambari in Sadar Union of the upazila around 10pm on Monday.
Police say Sabina Yasmin is the daughter of Rashid Ahmed of North Lambri in Teknaf Sadar Union and the wife of Mohammad Sarwar. He is involved in selling yaba. Foreign weapons and ammunition were found while rescuing yaba.
Teknaf Model Police Officer in Charge (OC) confirmed the information in the first light. Hafizur Rahman. He said the police had information that the woman was selling yaba. Based on that information, a team of police raided and arrested him and confiscated weapons. There will be a case in this case. He will be sent to Cox’s Bazar court on Tuesday.
Two children died on the same day in Bagmara, Rajshahi. Akash Hossain (10) and Munmun Khatun (2) died after being struck by lightning while flying a kite. They died on Monday evening yesterday. Two separate unnatural death cases have been registered in these incidents.
Son of Ataur Rahman of Khaira village in Akash upazila. He used to live with his father in bankruptcy. On the other hand, Munmun is the daughter of Mamunur Rashid of Ramrama village in Khatun upazila.
Speaking to police and family members, it is learned that her mother was sitting on the pond with Munmun last evening and talking to her husband in Chittagong in a video call. After talking, mother Sabina Khatun left Munmun there and went inside the house. After about 20 minutes, he did not see the girl again. At one stage, Moonmoon’s body floated in the pond. As there was no complaint, the police gave permission to bury the body after the case of unnatural death.
Local Union Parishad (UP) chairman Alamgir Hossain confirmed the news.
On the other hand, child Akash Hossain was flying a kite in Deula Bill next to his house yesterday. He was killed by lightning.
Officer-in-Charge (OC) of Bagmara Police Station Mostaq Ahmed confirmed the incident and told Prothom Alo that separate cases of unnatural death have been registered in the two incidents. Police allowed the body to be buried as there were no complaints.