Police have recovered the bodies of six Bangladeshis from the same family from a house in Allen, Texas, USA. The bodies were recovered around 1pm local time on Monday.
According to Fox News, the police went to the spot after getting a call from a local person. There he saw the bodies of his parents and three children lying in a room of a house at the same time. Their grandmother’s body was lying a little far away. The initial idea of the police is that they have been shot dead or they have committed suicide.
Sergeant John Felty, a local police officer investigating the incident, said the two brothers are thought to have committed suicide after killing other family members on Sunday, a weekend holiday. The incident is being investigated.
A Saudi court has sentenced Saudi national Omar al-Shammari to death for killing Bangladeshi immigrant Sagar Patwari in Dammam, Saudi Arabia.
A statement from the Bangladeshi embassy in Riyadh on Monday said Saudi citizen Umar al-Shammeri had an argument with Sagar Patwari, a Bangladeshi immigrant, at a petrol pump on Abu Hadaria Road in Dammam, Saudi Arabia. At one point, Umar shot Sagar with a pistol, killing him on the spot.
Umar fled the scene after the shooting. The killings took place in June 2006. After a lengthy investigation, local law enforcement identified and detained Omar al-Shammari in 2016.
Bangladesh embassy representatives have so far participated in 12 hearings in the Dammam Criminal Court seeking the death sentence for the accused in the Sagar Patwari murder case. On March 24, 2021, the court sentenced the accused Saudi citizen Omar al-Shammeri to death by beheading after the allegations against him were proved.
The deceased was identified as Sagar Patwari, son of Haji Sona Miah of Nagirpar village in Baruda upazila of Comilla. A Bangladeshi living in Kuwait, a Middle Eastern country, died after falling from a building under construction. The name of the expatriate who died in the Fantas area of the country. Golam Rasool. The accident happened last Saturday.
The deceased was identified as Madbarhat Dakshin Bhuiyan, ward 7, Ichakhali Union, Mirsarai upazila, Chittagong.
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Golam Azam, younger brother of the deceased, said that he went to Kuwait about 15 years ago to earn a living. He has three daughters. The girl is scheduled to get married in the first week of April. At this time, the news of his brother’s sudden death has cast a shadow of mourning over the family.
The body of the deceased has been kept in the morgue of Farwaniya Hospital in Kuwait. It is learned that the process of sending the body to the family is underway in Kuwait after the completion of legal activities at the initiative of Mirsarai Samiti and expatriates.