Three folks have been sentenced to dying in a case of phencidyl smuggling in Jashore. The courtroom additionally ordered a superb. The dying penalty is the utmost punishment in smuggling instances.
Jashore Extra District and Periods Choose (1st) Court docket and Particular Tribunal-2 Choose Mostafa Kamal verdicted this on Tuesday afternoon. The convicts are Abul Kalam, son of Abul Kashem of Bujtala village, Benapole, Jessore, Abdul Quddus, son of Abdul Hai of Ahmedpur (Pandit Bari) village, Senbagh, Noakhali and Golam Mawla, son of late Ershad Ullah Grasp and Abul Kalam. Abul Kalam is beneath police custody proper now.
This data was confirmed by Extra PP Advocate Abu Selim Rana and Advocate Bimal Kumar Roy.
It was realized that on the morning of October 10, 2009, members of RAB-6 in Jashore got here to know on the premise of secret data that Firoza cargo automotive was coming to Jashore from Benapole with Phensidyl. To confirm the information, a group led by DAD Afzal Hossain arrange a examine put up in entrance of the golf filling station on Benapole Street and began looking automobiles. At round 8 am, the Firoza cargo car was searched on the examine put up and a pair of,246 bottles of Indian imported banned Phensidyl in 12 sacks have been recovered and three convicts have been arrested.
DAD Afzal Hossain filed a case in opposition to the three beneath the Anti-Smuggling Act at Kotwali Police Station. Following the investigation of the case, on June 30 of that 12 months, SI Mahfuzul Haque filed a chargesheet in opposition to the three accused.
After taking witnesses within the case, the choose sentenced every of them to dying and fined them Tk 50,000. Cargo driver Abdul Quddus and Golam Mawla, who have been sentenced to dying, are absconding.