Saturday, 19 October, 2019, 6:55 PM
Mamunur Rashid
Senior Staff Reporter
Mamun is the Senior Staff Reporter focused on crime issues at the Daily Observer since March ’2014. Previously, he served as Staff Reporter of the New Nation and bangla Daily Ajkar Kajoj.
Mamun can be reached at [email protected]



crime follow-up
Death Under Wheels Of Jabal-e-Noor Bus
Mamunur Rashid
Diya, Rajib Murder Case nearing completionThe trial of the Diya, Rajib Murder Case is in its final stages. The two Shaheed Ramiz Uddin School and College students Diya Khanam Mim and Abdul Karim Rajib were run over by a Jabal-e-Noor Paribahan bus in 2018.Their deaths sparked a huge student outrage and recorded nationwide student demonstrations demanding road safety.The tragic deaths ...
crime follow-up
Mamunur Rashid
Tonu’s rape, murder still a mystery to IOThe investigation into the rape and murder of Sohagi Jahan Tonu, a student of Cumilla Victoria College, has made no headway in solving the mystery behind the murder in the last three years and four months.Investigation officer of the murder case recently said they were trying to match DNA samples with suspects in the last ...
Intelligence Agencies Report
Mamunur Rashid
Some NGOs behind Rohingya incitementIntelligence agencies found the involvement of several local and international NGOs in manipulating the vulnerable Rohingyas, persecuted Myanmar nationals of the Rakhine State, now camped at Kutupalong in Cox's Bazar.  Thousands of Rohingyas staged massive demonstrations for three consecutive days at Ukhiya demanding that the international community step up pressure on Myanmar to meet their ...
Biswajit Das Murder Case
crime follow-up
Mamunur Rashid
Verdict pending with Appellate Div of SCBiswajit Das murder case is now awaiting final verdict of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court.Biswajit, a 24 years old tailor was hacked to death by some members of the ruling party's student wing Chhatra League on December 9 in 2012 in the capital.The trial court found all the 21 accused guilty on December ...
crime follow-up
Police wraps up probe but fail to submit charge sheet
Mamunur Rashid
Mitu murder case shelved for 3 years The sensational murder case of Mahmuda Khanam Mitu, wife of former SP Babul Akter, has remained in deep fridge for three years since her assassination by hired goons in the port city of Chattogram. Police is said to have wrapped up the investigation but failed to submit charge sheet of the case.The officials of Chattogram ...
 Crime Follow Up
Mamunur Rashid
Tonu’s rape, murder still a mystery to IOThe investigation into the rape and murder of Sohagi Jahan Tonu, a student of Cumilla Victoria College, has made no headway in solving the mystery behind the murder in the last three years and four months.   Investigation officer of the murder case recently said they were trying to match DNA samples with suspects in the ...
Sagar-Runi Murder
Mamunur Rashid
Investigation yet to see light of dayThe case filed for the murders of journalist couple Sagar Sarwar and Meherun Runi is still awaiting an uncertain fate.The couple were killed in their bedroom on February 11, 2012 in the capital.  The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) has so far extended 66 times the deadline for submitting a progress report on the Sagar-Runi case. ...
Attacks On Police
IS claims responsibility
Mamunur Rashid
Police find no link to militantsLaw enforcers do not think that two bomb attacks on police members in April and Sunday in the city have any link to Islamist militants.Dhaka Metropolitan Police Commissioner Asaduzzaman Mia said the attack (on Sunday) was carried out by a vested quarter that wants to create intimidation among people. But it cannot be said now ...
Mediterranean Sea Boat Capsize
Mamunur Rashid
15 returnees may not be survivors: Sleuths Intelligence sources suspect trained militants including Bangladesh nationals, who joined wars in Syria and Iraq, might have entered Bangladesh. The Ministry of Home issued notices to Bangladesh      embassies abroad not to issue travel permits without the Ministry's approval. At least 15 Bangladesh nationals, returned home on Tuesday are not the ones who survived the boat ...
Mamunur Rashid
Human traffickers thriving in human miseryA powerful cartel of human traffickers is active in Bangladesh, whose main aim is to make money by trading the abducted people abroad little thinking about the safety of the persons involved.They also extort money from the victims' families by torturing the kidnapped persons in their custody. As many as 39 Bangladeshis went missing after ...
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