Police recovered body parts of a local journalist near a railway station in Chuadanga Sadar upazila this morning.
Sadrul Alam Nipun, 40, was a reporter of Chuadanga-based newspaper daily Mathabhanga, reports our Kushtia correspondent.
Victim’s younger brother Lipon told the correspondent that some unidentified men called Nipun out of his Nilmaniganj house in the upazila in the early hours of Thursday.
“Since then, Nipun remained missing,” Lipon said.
People found the the victim body parts -- cut into eleven pieces – scattered on the railway tracks near Mominpur Railway Station in Chuadanga Sadar upazila.
On information, police recovered the body parts from the spot, which is under Kushtia Government Railway Police (GRP) Station.
The body parts, later, were sent to Chuadanga Sadar Hospital, said the correspondent quoting Khorshed Alam, a sub-inspector (SI) of the police station.
Nazrul Islam, station master of the Mominpur Railway Station, lodged a case with Poradah Police Station in Kushtia in this connection.
Mohidul Alam Bokul, elder brother of the journalist told that Nipun had a rivalry with drug peddlers and railway land grabbers in Mominpur railway station after he published a report in the daily Mathabhanga.
“Miscreants often threatened Nipun to kill him,” Bokul told the journalists.