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OC Pradeep among 29 others sued in another murder case

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Staff Reporter :
Former OC of Teknaf Police Station Pradeep Kumar Das, an accused in sensational Major (Retd) Sinha Mohammad Rashed Khan murder case, and 28 other people have been sued over killing of one salt trader Abdus Sattar in Moheshkhali of Cox's Bazar in 2017.
Victim 's wife Hamida Akhter,40, filed the case with Moheshkhali Senior Judicial Magistrate Court on Wednesday afternoon.
Apart from OC Pradeep, five other members of the police have also been made accused in the case.
The other accused are two SIs Harunur Rashid and Imam Hossain, and three ASIs Monirul Islam, Shahedul Islam and Azim Uddin.
Local Ferdous Bahini chief Ferdous was made the prime accused in the case. He is the son of late Nurul Kabir of the same area.
According to the case statement, Abdus Sattar, son of one Nurussafa from Hoanak Purba Majherpara, was killed with the help of Ferdous Bahini in Lombashia area on February 14, 2017.
But, police did not take the case in this regard.
Getting no response, the victim's family filed a writ petition with the high court.
As per an order of the HC given in 2017, a written application was submitted to the Cox's Bazar Police Superintendent on July 17 the same year. But, police did to take the petition under consideration as yet.

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