A suspected drug peddler was killed in a “gunfight” with BGB members in Teknaf upazila early yesterday. The dead is Mohammad Ibrahim, 22, of Teknaf.
Two suspected drug peddlers died in reported gun battles with police in Rajshahi and Narayanganj early yesterday.
A suspected drug dealer was killed in a “gunfight” with police early yesterday.
Mahfuzur Rahman, 31, was a constable in Khulna when he got addicted to yaba and the crazy drug made him beat up his family members and vandalise houses. He was even sued by his father that put him in jail, according to Rab. His 28 days in jail made him worse. He met a drug dealer
An alleged drug peddler was killed in a “gunfight” with Rab in the capital’s Agargaon early yesterday. The dead, Ashraf Ali, 35, stood accused in seven to eight drug-related cases filed with different police stations, said Lt Col Ashique Billah, commanding officer of Rab-2.
Two alleged members of the outlawed Purbo Bangla Communist Party (PBCP) were killed in a “gunfight” between two rival groups in Bogura’s Sherpur upazila early yesterday, police said.
Three alleged drug peddlers were killed in separate “gunfights” with law enforcers in Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar yesterday.
A suspected drug peddler was killed in a “gunfight” with police in Sirajganj, and another one in what police claimed was an encounter between two groups of drug peddlers in Cox’s Bazar, while, In Chapainawabganj, a body was recovered by police early yesterday.
A constable of Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and one of his associates were held with 990 yaba pills from Savar, on the outskirts of the capital, on Thursday evening.
An alleged drug dealer was killed in a “gunfight” between a drug gang and law enforcers near Habirchara union of Teknaf upazila in the early hours yesterday.
Two men were killed in a “gunfight” with the law enforcers in Dhaka and another alleged drug dealer was killed in an “internal clash” of a drug gang in Khulna yesterday.
Six people, including two alleged Rohingya drug traders, were killed in “shootouts” with law enforcers in Dhaka and two other districts early yesterday.
Two alleged drug peddlers and a murder case accused were killed in “gunfights” with police in Cox's Bazar early yesterday.
Two alleged drug peddlers were killed in what police claimed was an infighting of drug peddlers in Cox's Bazar's Ukhia upazila early yesterday.
Two alleged criminals were found dead in Chuadanga and Jhenidah yesterday, while a suspected drug trader was killed in a “gunfight” with members of Border Guard Bangladesh in Cox's Bazar.
Though named in a list prepared by the Prime Minister's Office, about 100 cops in different districts have been found by local police authorities not linked to narcotics trade or smuggling. It is not clear what district police probes found about the other 200 law enforcers listed by the PMO.
It has been three months since the nationwide war on drugs began, but the godfathers or their patrons still remain untouched while the dealers are selling narcotics discreetly, adopting new strategies.
Giving a 23-point directive to the deputy commissioners, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday asked them to take tough actions against extortion, tender grabbing, muscle flexing, terrorism and drugs for eliminating these menaces from society.
Four alleged drug dealers are killed in reported gunfights with law enforcers in Kushtia, Chapainawabganj, Dinajpur and Cox's Bazar districts.