The body of the bamboo merchant was recovered from the inaccessible hill

Recovered body (file photo)

The body of a bamboo trader named Charwar Alam (55) was found in Lama upazila of Bandarban. The body was found at Reong Para in the remote hilly Naikxyongmukh area of ​​Rupsipara Union of the upazila around 7 am on Thursday (September 29).

The incident site is located in a hilly area about 32 km east of the upazila headquarters.

Rupsipara Union Parishad Chairman Chaching Pru Marma confirmed the fact of finding the body of bamboo trader Charwar Alam and said that the place of occurrence is very remote and dangerous area. So nothing can be said about it immediately. However, a joint team of army and police went to the spot.

Son of deceased Monir Ahmad of Anghla Para area of ​​Charwar Alam Union. He had been trading bamboo, trees, bananas and vegetables in remote areas of the same union for a long time.

In this regard, Lama Police Station Officer-in-Charge (OC) Mohammad Shahidul Islam Chowdhury said that two teams of police have been sent to the spot to recover the body of businessman Charwar Alam. Details cannot be given until they return.

It should be noted that in the last three years, 5 murders occurred in the remote Naikshyongmukh area of ​​Rupsipara Union. Locals said that the area is known as the sanctuary of mountain terrorists.

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