RAB arrests terrorists related to Alauddin murder

Publish: 9:41 PM, November 23, 2021 | Update: 9:41:PM, November 23, 2021

Safiul Alam, Cox’s Bazar
An abduction drama was staged to avoid arrest in the murder of self-confessed pirate Alauddin at Maheshkhali area in Cox’s Bazar. The suspects were finally arrested during the raid. Based on the information provided by the detainees, RAB recovered 10 weapons buried in the hills of Nayapara in Kalarmarchhara Union.

Cox’s Bazar RAB-15’s captain Lt. Colonel Khairul Islam confirmed the incident. He said the weapons were recovered in the early hours of Monday (November 22) on the basis of information provided by the detainees.

The arrested are Rafiqul Islam Prakash Mamun, 28, son of late Mansur Alam Prakash of Chamiraghona area of Kalarmarchhara, Mohammad Rifat, 23, son of MonirulAlam of Chiknipara and Ayub Ali, 40, son of late Abdul Ali of Mohammad Shah Ghona area.

According to the RAB, among the arrested, Rafiqul Islam Prakash is the first accused in the case of the murder of Alauddin and Ayub Ali is the twelfth accused. Among the ammunition recovered were four single barrel guns, one three quarter gun, three LGs, one foreign pistol, one magazine, two rounds of fresh ammunition and five rounds of fresh ammunition.

Earlier, on November 5, a terrorist killed Alauddin, 26, after returning from robbery. The next day, the victim’s brother Sumon Uddin filed a case with the police station mentioning the names of 18 people. Whose case No. 05/313.

Major Sheikh Yusuf Ahmed, CPC commander of Cox’s Bazar RAB-15, said, “as part of this, we arrested Rafiqul Islam Mamun and his accomplice Rifat on November 22 at 8 am from Faitang in Lamar upazila of Bandarban.On the basis of the information provided by them, we were able to arrest Ayub Ali, the 12th accused in the case, from Pahartali area of Cox’s Bazar city.

And on the basis of the information given by Rafiqul Islam and Ayub Ali, we recovered the weapons used for robbery and murder while they were buried in Murarkachha hill of Nayapara in Kalarmarchhara. ‘

Cox’s Bazar RAB-15’s captain Lt. Colonel Khairul Islam said, “Basically, they staged a drama to the effect that they had been abducted to avoid arrest in the Alauddin murder case.That is why they were hiding. As a result of their arrest, the mystery of the murder has been revealed.”

Lt. Colonel Khairul Islam said, “Transfer to Maheshkhali police station is in process to take further legal action against the arrested accused.”
Meanwhile, the locals have applauded the arrest of the terrorists. Incidentally, eight people have been arrested so far in the self-confessed pirate Alauddin murder case.