10 RAB men sued for looting
Tue, Mar 13th, 2012 9:36 pm BdST
Chittagong, Mar 13 (bdnews24.com) – A robbery case has been filed against a former commander and nine RAB men for looting over Tk 20 million from a shrine in Chittagong.
Former chief of RAB-7, Lt Col Zulfikar Ali Majumdar has been named as the main accused while nine others are captain Wahidul Hasan, deputy additional director Abul Bashar, sub-inspectors Tarun Kumar Basu and Nayek Hasanuzzaman, assistant sub-inspectors Ali Ashraf and Jahangir Alam, Nayek Mohammad Liton, constable Sumon and soldier Jasim Uddin.
All of the accused were deputed at RAB-7 stationed in Chittagong.
Two informer of the elite crime fighting force – namely Didarul Alam and Anwar Mia – were also sued.
Mohammad Idris, a driver of Talsara Darbar Sharif at Anwara upazila, filed the case with Anwara Police Station on Tuesday noon, OC Mohammad Shahjahan told bdnews24.com.
According to case details, the RAB personnel looted the money from the shrine in the name of a raid on Nov 4, 2011. A RAB team led by Zulfikar Ali Majumdar raided the shrine and looted the money after breaking open an almira.
The RAB personnel also arrested five Myanmar nationals from the shrine and handed them over to the police station, but did not mention the money.
The authorities of Talsara Darbar Sharif lodged a written complaint with the police station but no case was lodged.
As the news spread, OC Shahjahan said that the RAB headquarters had formed an investigation committee.
The accused RAB men were withdrawn from their duties after a primary investigation confirmed their involvement, said the Anwara OC.
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