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B'desh ex-officer death: Probe team report in 7 days

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Dhaka | Wednesday, 2020 9:15:10 PM IST
The probe committee constituted to investigate the killing of retired Bangladesh Army officer Sinha Md Rashed Khan will submit its report within seven days. Rashed was killed in alleged police firing on Marine Drive road in Teknaf last month.

Mizanur Rahman, head of the probe committee and Additional Divisional Commissioner of Chittagong, said the panel will submit the investigation report within seven working days fixed by the Bangladesh Home Ministry.

The committee was formed on Sunday by the Ministry of Home Affairs. The first meeting of the team was held in Cox's Bazar Circuit House on Tuesday morning.

Rahman said: "During the seven-hour long meeting, the members of the investigation team discussed the incident in detail. Besides, specific action plan and activities of the investigation team have also been chalked out."

"Accordingly, the investigation team will inspect the site of the incident first. They will also interrogate people, including eyewitnesses," he added.

--IANS sumi/sdr/

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2020-08-05-15:14:05 (IANS)

 
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