Sunday, May 28, 2017 | ePaper

Abductor held

3-month old girl back to parents` lap

  • Print


Staff Reporter :
Kinara Rahman Shin, a three-month-old girl, was playing with a doll on the cot in her house. He was laughing, amusing and forgot her mother's absence. The mother was busy in the kitchen adjacent to the room. At that time in the evening, a person entered her room, took her and fled the scene.
Md Sumon, the abductor, claimed Tk two lakh as ransom. He threatened to kill her if his demand is not met.  
Md Shakhawat Hossain, father of Shin, rushed to the RAB office to ask the officials to come to the rescue of her little daughter. Finally, the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) succeeded and rescued the girl on Thursday from Dakkhin Keraniganj just a day after abduction.
RAB also detained Md Sumon, 31, son of Md Julhash of Madaripur, in this connection.
The team of RAB-10 was led by Additional Police Superintendent Muhammad Mohiuddin Faruki.
The abduction occurred at Jinjira under Keraniganj Police Station on Wednesday evening. The abductor is a technician by profession.
The battalion produced Sumon before media on Friday at a press briefing held at the RAB media centre at Karwan Bazar in Dhaka and returned the baby girl to her parents formally.
Md Shakhawat Hossain said they felt like mad after losing their daughter. "We had no ability to meet the abductor's demand. We're very grateful to the RAB officials for rescuing our beloved daughter. We're very happy that they could return Shin to our lap."

More News For this Category

Traffic nightmare

Traffic nightmare

Staff Reporter :The long distance passengers on Saturday experienced a traffic nightmare as the students of Jahangirnagar University blocked the Dhaka-Aricha highway protesting the killing of two fellow students

Uniform VAT rate to stay : Muhith

Finance Minister Abul Maal Abdul Muhith has said the uniform VAT rate will remain unchanged at 15 percent."There's a lot of discussion over the issue and we have decided to

SPBn Nayek shot outside Ganobhaban, dies at DMCH

Staff Reporter :A Special Security and Protection Battalion (SPBn) Nayek, Atiqur Rahman, who was shot while on duty outside Ganobhaban -- the official residence of the Prime Minister -- on

Lanka floods kill over 100

Flooding and mudslides triggered by monsoon rains in Sri Lanka have killed 100 people, with 99 missing.About 200,382 people have been affected in the south and west of the country,

1818 killed in car bomb blast in Afghanistan

SBS News :No group has so far claimed responsibility for the bombing, which provincial authorities said targeted Afghan security forces working with American troops in Khost province. The attack is

7 grenades, 3 suicide vests recovered from 'militant den' Two children, woman rescued

Staff Reporter   :The police raid on a suspected militant hideout at Ganda in Savar on the outskirts of the capital ended with the seizure of seven grenades and three suicide

Holy Ramzan begins today

Staff Reporter :The holy Ramzan, the lunar month of self-purification through fasting and abstention from all immoral and some certain activities, begins today (Sunday) with due religious fervour and solemnity

Obaidul, Anisul defend removal of statue

After the removal of the Lady Justice statue from the Supreme Court premises, a cabinet member has said no sculptures built in the spirit of the Liberation War will be

Efforts on to use religion for vote: Dr Kamal

Eminent jurist and Gono Forum president Dr Kamal Hossain on Saturday bemoaned that efforts are there to cheaply use religion only for having votes."Mass killings were carried out while lakhs

AG turns down Greek statue's reinstallation move

Staff Reporter :The statue of Greek Lady Justice, which was removed from the Supreme Court gate area on Friday, might be installed in front of the court's annex building, the