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Four die in separate incidents in city

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Staff Reporter :
At least for persons died in separate incidents in the capital city on Wednesday (November 7).
The bodies were sent to Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) morgue for autopsy.
In Dakshin Khan, an unidentified youth, aged approximately 25, got electrocuted and fell off a 2-storey building while stealing in Dakshin Khan Area.
Asaduzzaman, Sub Inspector (SI) of Dakshin Khan Police Station confirmed the news to media.
In Mohammadpur, Falu Hossen Faruq, 40, from city's Mohammadpur area, was declared dead at DMCH said, Abu Hanif, prison guard, told media.
Falu also was an accused in a drug case filed with Mohammadpur Police Station, Abu Hanif added.
In Jatra Bari, a 30 year old Swapon was found hanging from ceiling fan of his room in North Jatra Bari area. He was declared dead at hospital around 2 pm, Shafiq, brother of the deceased, told Banglanews.
Swapon, son of Siraj Miah, hailed from Sonargaon upazila of Narayanganj.
In Tejgaon, Police recovered a body of 25 years old named Samresh Madhu from Litchi garden of East Nakhal of Tejgaon Industrial area, according to Sub-Inspector of Tejgaon police station. Samresh Madhu was an employee of Navana Group. Madhu, son of Arjun Madhu, hailed from Agailjhara upazila of Barisal.

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