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Two prisoners including BDR mutiny accused die at DMCH

Sun Online Desk

16th May, 2019 01:13:58 printer

Two prisoners including BDR mutiny accused die at DMCH

Two prisoners of Dhaka central jail have been died in Dhaka Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) on Wednesday.

The deceased were identified as Habildar Habibur Rahman (65), a convict of BDR mutiny case and Jamal driver (65).

Confirming the matter, Mohammad Bachchu Mia, Inspector of Dhaka Medical College Hospital Fari, told that the bodies were kept in DMCH morgue for autopsy.

Dhaka Medical College Hospital Fari Inspector Mohammad Bachchu Mia He said the bodies were kept in Dhaka Medical College and Hospital morgue for autopsy.

Jailor Robiul told that prisoner Habibur Rahman, a convict of BDR mutiny case, had been sick for long time. He was admitted to Dhaka Medical Medical College and Hospital 13 days earlier for treatment. He died around 4:45pm on Wednesday afternoon.

Habibur’s son Humayun Kabir told that his father was a Habildar of BDR and had been languishing seven years in a case among three cases over BDR mutiny.

Habildar Habibur Rahman son of late Rafiz Uddin of Uttar Tarabania village under Rajapur union in Jhalokatidistrict.

Other prisoner Jamal driver also died at DMCH at noon on the same day, Rabiul said.

He said that Jamal had been in Dhaka central jail for several days in a case and was suffering from Urology problem. He was taken to the emergency department of DMCH this noon and after examinations on duty doctors declared him dead at 1:15pm.

Jamal driver was shifted to Dhaka Central Jail at Keraniganj from Narayanganj jail for his medical treatment, Rabiul added saying earlier he was taken several time to DMCH for treatment.

Jamal was hailed from Fatulla in Narayanganj and son of Amin Uddin.


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