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Four bodies recovered in separate districts

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Staff Reporter :
Police recovered at least four dead bodies in several districts across the country on Tuesday.
In Brahmanbaria, police recovered the body of an unidentified youth from a pond in Akhaura upazila of district on Tuesday morning.
Local sources said that the body was floating in a pond at Kharampur Dakshin in the upazila and informed police, said Akhaura Police Station Sub-Inspector Md Humayun.
Police, later, recovered the body and sent it to Brahmanbaria Sadar Hospital morgue.
In Savar (Dhaka) Police recovered the bullet-hit body of an unidentified man from Ashulia under Savar upazila, on the outskirts of Dhaka city on Monday night.
Ashulia Police Station Officer-in-Charge Rezaul Haque Dipu confirmed the matter.
In Bogura, Police recovered a body that was reportedly strangulated to death in Sadar upazila of the district.
Deceased Khalil, 55, was a resident of Fakirpara area in the upazila.
Bogura Sadar Police Station Officer-in-Charge Badiuzzaman told the matter to the media.
In Rajshahi, a labour leader was found dead at a brick-kiln in Puthia upazila of Tuesday.
Police went to the spot to recover the body around 11am.
Deceased Nurul Islam was the former president of the upazila unit road-transport workers' union.
Puthia Police Station Officer-in-Charge (OC) Shakil Uddin Ahmed said.

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