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Journo Utpal missing

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Staff Reporter  :
Utpal Das, a reporter of purboposchimbdnews.com, has been missing for 13 days since October 10.
Hailed from Narsingdi district, Utpal has been living in the capital's Fakirerpool area.
Chitta Ranjon Das, father of Utpal, on Monday lodged a General Diary with Motijheel Police Station in this connection.
His father claimed that his family members talked with Utpal on October 10
for the last time. After then his two mobile phones were found switched off and they started looking for him.
 "We searched all our relatives' houses and near and dear ones. But they could not give us any news about him till the date. We also went to the office of Utpal. But his colleagues also do not know regarding his whereabouts. That is why I filed the GD with Motijheel police in this regard," Chitta Ranjon said.
Meanwhile, colleagues and well-wishers of Utpal have posted his photo on social media urging the law enforcing agencies for his return as early as possible.
The Editor of the purboposchimbdnews.com, Kujista Nur-e-Naharin, said Utpal left the office at 1:00pm on October 10. His two mobile phones are still switched off, she said.
 "We on behalf of the office I also filed a General Diary with the Motijheel Police Station in this regard," the editor said.
Officer-in-Charge of Motijheel Police Station Omar Faraque said that two GDs were filed with his police station over disappearance of Utpal Das.

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