Man’s body recovered from rail track in Pabna

Published: 12 Jul 2019   

Online Desk

Police recovered the body of a man from a rail track at Pakshi in Pabna's Ishwardi upazila on Friday.

The deceased was identified as Sirajul Islam Babu, 42, headmaster of  Baghoil Child Care Kindergarden in Pakshi, UNB reports.

Being informed by local people police recovered the body from the rail track near Pakshi Railway Station around 8:30 am and sent it to local hospital morgue for autopsy, said Subir Datta, officer-in-charge of Ishwardi Railway Police.

Police said he might have been killed after being hit by a train in the morning.

Quoting family members, police said Babu went out for morning walk after Fazr prayers.

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