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Two policemen suspended for helping Nepalese to flee: DMP

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File Photo of DMP Commissioner Mohammad Shafiqul Islam
Two members of police force were suspended temporarily for helping Nepalese nationals to flee during the anti-casino drives at the clubs in the capital.

Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) Commissioner Mohammad Shafiqul Islam said this in a view exchange meeting with Crime Reporters Association of Bangladesh (CRAB) representatives at DMP headquarters on Thursday.

The DMP Commissioner said, the suspended police members are- Constable Dipankar Chakma of Ramna police station and ASI Mithu who works under DMP.

Shafiqul Islam said, if there is any allegation of involvement or conducting casino business against any police member then investigation will be made. If it is proved after investigation then action will be taken under present rules and regulations.

Mentionable, nine Nepalese who were associated with running casino business lived at a rented house at Segun Bagicha area in the capital. According to the CCTV footage of the building, after 10 pm in the first day of anti casino drive three men with walky-talky in their hands entered the building through the main gate. Then they went up in a flat using the lift.

They came out of the building at around 11:30 pm. Then at around 1:45 am the Nepalese national left the building bag and baggage.

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