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Bodies of two children, mother found in city

Doc's body recovered from Dhaka hospital

FE REPORT | February 15, 2020 00:00:00

Dead bodies of a mother and her two children were recovered from Dakshin Khan of Uttara in the city on Friday.

However, the police couldn't reveal the identity of the deceased until filing this report at around 8:30pm.

The bodies were found at a flat of a building near the KC Model School and College on the Prembagan Road of Dakshin Khan, said Maksudul Karim, a sub-inspector of Dakshin Khan police station.

He said getting information from neighbours, a team from the Dakshin Khan police station recovered the bodies at around 5:45pm.

Primarily police suspected that the two children and their mother might have been strangled, he added.

However, the father of the children couldn't be reached by the law enforcers, the police officer said.

UNB adds, Police recovered the body of a doctor from the room of the Director of Matuail Friendship Hospital in the city on Friday.

The man was identified as Dr Mobarak Karim, 33, hailing from Lalmohon upazila of Bhola. He was an anesthesia specialist of BIRDEM-2 hospital of Segunbagicha.

A police team recovered the hanging body of Dr Mubarak from hospital director Zamal Hossain's room around 11am, said Nur Alam Siddique, inspector (operation) of Demra Police Station.

The body was sent to Sir Salimullah Medical College (SSMC) Mitford Hospital, he said.

Police were interrogating hospital staff while its director Zamal could not be found after the incident, Siddique added.

Contacted, Mainul Islam, a relative of the victim, told the news agency that Mobarak went to the hospital after receiving a call from Zamal at 2pm on Thursday and did not return home at Dakkhin Dhonia that night.

The family members were informed on Friday morning about Dr Mobarak's death.


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