6 cops suspended for prisoners' escape in Sylhet
Six policemen of Dharmapsha magistrate's court were suspended yesterday for their negligence blamed for two Indian captives' escape from the court lockup on Tuesday.
The police authorities suspended them upon a primary report on the allegation. The six are General Record Officer Abdul Motaleb, Assistant Sub Inspector Ziaur Rahman and constables Mamun, Siraj, Abdus Sattar and Idris.
Meanwhile, Dharmapasha police captured the escapees--Karak Marack, 30, and Haresh Marack, 28,--in Netrakona yesterday and Wednesday.
The two men from India's Meghalaya state were arrested on June 1 at Moheskhola border on charges of smuggling and intrusion. Serving in jail since June 2, they escaped on Tuesday by breaking the lockup grids.