Sunday, June 14

Teenager drowns in BGB chase while stealing stones at No-Man's Land in Kanaighat

Own reporter:

Dalim Ahmed, an eighth grade student, drowned after being chased by the BGB in the No Man's Land area of ​​Lobachhara Stone Quarry on the border of Kanaighat.

Fire service divers later recovered his body 13 hours later.

It is learned that Dalim Ahmed (18), son of Moin Uddin of Baragram in Lobachhara Pathar Quarry area and Nazrul Islam Naju (18), son of Jalal Uddin of the same village were killed at around 12 pm on Saturday.

Later, a diving team of Sylhet Fire Service came to the spot around 11 am on Sunday and conducted a rescue operation for about two hours and recovered his body from Lobachhara Mulagul Bazar of Pathar Quarry at 1 pm. The dead pomegranate has bloody wounds on its nose and face. A team of police including SI Ziaur Rahman of Kanaighat police station was present when the body was recovered.

Police are preparing to send the body to Sylhet Morgue after preparing an inquest report. Among the three injured, Naju Ahmed was admitted to the Upazila Health Complex with serious head injuries

When contacted, the officer-in-charge of the BGB camp said he did not answer any questions from local journalists and asked them to call their senior sector commander to find out.

When contacted at the BGB's Sylhet headquarters, an official said the BGB pays if anyone enters the No-Men's Land area for illegal purposes. The incident took place while the BGB was fleeing, not chasing.

Talking to Upazila Nirbahi Officer Bariul Karim Khan on the phone, he said, "I don't know the matter."

Police Officer-in-Charge Shamsuddoha PPM said Dalim died after being hit by an unidentified boat when he was stopped by the BGB while trying to extract some stones from the No Man's Land area of ​​Lova River. His body has been recovered and will be sent to Siomek Morgue for autopsy. However, the family of the deceased did not lodge any complaint at the police station.

Kanaighat / 14 June 2020

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