Missing expatriate found dead in Chandpur

Our Correspondent

29 April, 2021 12:00 AM printer

CHANDPUR: Police on Tuesday recovered a decomposed body of an expatriate who went missing two weeks ago.

The deceased was identified as Osman Gani Munshi, 30, son of late Rustam Ali Munshi of Kamranga village under Rampur union, who had been missing for nearly two weeks.

Police recovered the body from a corn field in Chandpur’s Rampur union after being informed by locals.

Additional superintendent of Chandpur Police Snigdha Sarkar confirmed that the body was of the missing expatriate.

Farmer Sukumar Chandra said, “When I went to the field around 5:00 pm, I got a bad smell and called my nephew. With him I entered the corn field and found the corpse.”

Malaysian expatriate Osman Gani was a mason and a raw material trader by profession.

His four-month-pregnant wife, Salma, said: “My husband went out for work as usual but did not return two weeks ago.”

According to the police, on April 12, Osman went to his aunt’s house in Devpur Bepari Bari from where he went missing.

OC Abdur Rashid also said that the body was sent to Chandpur Hospital morgue for autopsy.

ASI Snigdha Sarkar said whether he was killed or not can be ascertained by analysing the evidence collected by PBI and CID.