7 unnatural deaths in capitalStaff Correspondent
An unnamed youth died from beating injuries, two women reportedly committed suicide, two died from traffic accidents, a vagrant woman was found dead on a road and a youth died of unknown causes at different parts of the capital
An unidentified young man aged about 20 died immediately after he was left at Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College Hospital late Monday night, said hospital employees.
The police recovering the body sent it to Dhaka Medical College morgue for autopsy.
Sher-e-Bangla Nagar police sub-inspector Nizamul Haque Mollah said there were beating injuries on the body. An unnatural death case was filed.
At Dhaka Medical College Hospital the body of Salma Begum, 22, who lived in Paschim Agargaon slum was sent to the hospital morgue for autopsy.
Her husband Mohammad Rajib, a rickshaw garage manager, told reporters at DMCH that Salma committed suicide by taking poison over some family contention.
The husband said he rushed her to DMCH after he found her in critical condition about 10:00am Tuesday. She died about 11:30am at the hospital.
The police stationed at the hospital held Rajib after his wife’s death.
A human hauler driver, Sabuj, 25, was knocked down by a bus while crossing Rokeya Sarani at about 1:00pm, the police said.
The body was sent to the DMC morgue.
Ohidul Islam, 25, was rushed to DMCH emergency unit from his Mahakhali residence by his roommates who found him unconscious on Tuesday morning.
He was declared dead about 9:30am at the hospital, the police said.
At Wari, an unnamed woman, aged about 20, was found dead on the road near the Abhishar Cinema hall about 7:00am, the police said.
The body was sent to the Mitford Hospital morgue.
The police in the inquest report mentioned that the woman was a vagrant and had drug addiction and probably died before break of day.
A 21-year-old woman, Samiya Azmir, was found dead at her house in Lalmohan Shaha Street.
The Wari police sub-inspector Ashish Kumar said they recovered the body lying in a room at her second floor house.
Quoting the family, the police said Samia committed suicide hanging herself from the ceiling with a scarf.
At Shanir Akhra, a bus knocked down Jotsna, 35, on Dhaka-Chittagong Highway while she crossing the road on Tuesday morning.
Jotsnya lived in Zia Swarani area of Kadamtali with her family.
Both the bodies of Samia and Jotsnya also were sent to the Mitford Hospital morgue.
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