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10 Indian nationals arrested by DB in Dhaka

Eleven people including 10 Indian nationals have been arrested by the Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP)’s Lalbagh Division of the Detective Branch of police. During the arrest, huge quantity of Indian goods were seized from them.

They were arrested conducting a raid into a house at Merul Badda in the capital on Wednesday (March 6). DB’s Lalbagh Zone’s deputy commissioner Mashiur Rahman confirmed the media about it.

The arrested Indian nationals were Raja Shao, 39, Pankaj Biswas, 35, Utpal Maiti, 25, Sonu Barman, 21, Dipankar Ghosh, 24, Raju Das, 22, Sujan Das, 27, SK Asgar Ali, 21, Laraib Asrab, 21, and Samarjit Das, 30. All of them are the inhabitants of the Indian state of West Bengal. The arrested Bangladesh national was Murad Gazi, 28.

DB sources said acting on a tip-off, a team of the Lalbagh Division of DB police raided the house of Murad Gazi at Madhya Badda. The DB team seized 21 smartphones, five Indian passports, cash, huge quantity of sex medicines and gels, cosmetics, three pieces, shirts and leather shoes from there. Then they arrested Murad Gazi and his associates 10 Indian nationals.

DB’s deputy commissioner Mashiur Rahman said Murad Gazi had been selling Indian clothes, shoes, sandals, oil, soaps, and cosmetics online from his own house for a long time. Many receipts were found about selling those Indian goods.

During the questioning, the arrested persons admitted that the goods were not brought in the country through legal channels. The arrested Indians used to bring those through illegal channels to reach Murad Gazi. Then Murad Gazi used to sell those online.

The police official said they would file a case with Badda Police Station under a section of the Special Powers Act for bringing in goods through illegal channels and another case for entering Bangladesh without passports and visas.

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10 Indian nationals arrested by DB in Dhaka

Update Time : 11:27:09 pm, Thursday, 7 March 2024

Eleven people including 10 Indian nationals have been arrested by the Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP)’s Lalbagh Division of the Detective Branch of police. During the arrest, huge quantity of Indian goods were seized from them.

They were arrested conducting a raid into a house at Merul Badda in the capital on Wednesday (March 6). DB’s Lalbagh Zone’s deputy commissioner Mashiur Rahman confirmed the media about it.

The arrested Indian nationals were Raja Shao, 39, Pankaj Biswas, 35, Utpal Maiti, 25, Sonu Barman, 21, Dipankar Ghosh, 24, Raju Das, 22, Sujan Das, 27, SK Asgar Ali, 21, Laraib Asrab, 21, and Samarjit Das, 30. All of them are the inhabitants of the Indian state of West Bengal. The arrested Bangladesh national was Murad Gazi, 28.

DB sources said acting on a tip-off, a team of the Lalbagh Division of DB police raided the house of Murad Gazi at Madhya Badda. The DB team seized 21 smartphones, five Indian passports, cash, huge quantity of sex medicines and gels, cosmetics, three pieces, shirts and leather shoes from there. Then they arrested Murad Gazi and his associates 10 Indian nationals.

DB’s deputy commissioner Mashiur Rahman said Murad Gazi had been selling Indian clothes, shoes, sandals, oil, soaps, and cosmetics online from his own house for a long time. Many receipts were found about selling those Indian goods.

During the questioning, the arrested persons admitted that the goods were not brought in the country through legal channels. The arrested Indians used to bring those through illegal channels to reach Murad Gazi. Then Murad Gazi used to sell those online.

The police official said they would file a case with Badda Police Station under a section of the Special Powers Act for bringing in goods through illegal channels and another case for entering Bangladesh without passports and visas.