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Inspector Liaqat, OC Pradeep, 7 other cops sued

Published : Thursday, 6 August, 2020 at 12:00 AM  Count : 543
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Inspector Liaqat, OC Pradeep, 7 other cops sued

Inspector Liaqat, OC Pradeep, 7 other cops sued

Cox's Bazar, Aug 5: A case has been filed against nine policemen including Teknaf Police Station OC over retired Maj Sinha Mohammad Rashed Khan Adnan killing.
Maj Rashed's elder sister Sharmin Shahriar Ferdous filed the case around
11:30am on Wednesday with the court of Teknaf Senior Judicial Magistrate Tamanna Farah.
Inspector Liaqat Ali of Baharchhara Police Investigation Centre and OC Pradeep Kumar Das are among the nine policemen named in the case, said the plaintiff.
Judge Tamanna Farah took the case into cognizance and ordered the Teknaf Police Station to record the complaint.
The court also ordered the Rapid Action Battalion to investigate the case Adv Md Mostafa represented Sharmin in the court.
Sinha, 36, was a member of the Special Security Force, tasked with guarding the Prime Minister. His father late Ershad Khan was a deputy secretary at the Finance Ministry.
The former army officer had been staying at Nilima Resort in Himchhari of Cox's Bazar with three others for around a month to film a travel documentary.
After his death on July 31 night, police said they fired in self-defence when he brandished a pistol after obstructing a search of his vehicle at the checkpoint at Shamlapur along the Cox's Bazar-Teknaf Marine Drive.
They also said they seized drugs from the vehicle and detained a person from the scene and another from the resort. Two cases have been initiated over the incident.
But the police account has been greeted with disbelief and there was doubt over whether Sinha has indeed pointed the gun at the policemen.
There were allegations that the members of the law-enforcement agency were late in taking him to the hospital. With these questions hanging heavy in the air, the government has formed a committee to investigate the incident.




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