Bullet-hit body found in Cox's Bazar

Published: 07 Nov 2018   

Teknaf (Cox's Bazar) Correspondent

Police recovered the bullet-hit body of a man from Kwaikhong in Cox's Bazar's Teknaf upazila on Wednesday. 

The deceased was identified as Ali Hossian alias Shonamia, 38, son of Mobarak Ali of Nayabazar area in the upazila.

On information that two groups of ‘drug traders’ were exchanging bullets in the area, a team of police went to the spot this morning and recovered the bullet-hit body of Ali Hossian, said Pradip Kumar Das, officer-in-charge of Teknaf Police Station. 

Later, police took the body to the hospital where duty doctor declared him dead, he said. 

The body was sent to Cox's Bazar Sadar Hospital morgue for autopsy, he said adding that Ali Hossian was a Yaba trader and accused in several drug related cases.


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