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Staff Reporter :
Police recovered four more dead bodies from separate places of Chuadanga, Gazipur and Munshiganj districts on Thursday.  
In Chuadanga, police recovered the bullet-hit bodies of two youths from separate upazila of the district on Thursday morning. The deceased were identified as Imran, 26, from Alamdanga upazila, and Litu, 38.
Jibannagar Police Station Officer-in-Charge (OC) Sheikh Md Ghani Mia confirmed the matter.
In Gazipur, Police recovered the body of an expatriate named Julhas Sarkar, 30, near a lake in Kaliganj upazila of Gazipur on Thursday.
The deceased Julhas Sarkar, was son of one Borhan Sarkar from Punsohi village.
Kaliganj Police Station Officer in-Charge Md Abu Bakr confirmed the matter.
In Munshiganj, Police on Thursday recovered the body of an unidentified man from the Meghna River in Gazaria upazila of Munshiganj.
Local people spotted the floating body in Nayangar area around 12.30pm and informed police, said Shambhu Chand Mondol, Sub-Inspector of Gazaria Police Station.

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