Criminal activities of Bangladesh Police is in peak! Save Civilians!

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Abduction of a businessman for ransom by Bangladesh DB Police is the top news today. Without any legal reason those DB's had abducted that businessman yesterday and demanded 1 crore BDT as ransom! Could you believe it?? DB so called our Detective Branch Police who were employed to ensure general citizens safety instead of that they're engaged with frequent extortion, abduction, hijacking, harassment including other serious crimes. Sometimes when their criminal activities get media's limelight we general people citizens of Bangladesh strongly condemn and demand precedential punishment so no other police could ever think of doing such heinous crime. But alas! Nothing actually happen to them involved in such dangerous criminal activities. Mostly they were just transferred from one area to another and sometimes temporarily suspended. They were caught red-handed with 1.7 Million ransom money & detained by Bangladesh Army then why they're not yet arrested & charged with conventional law for committing this felonious crime?? Maybe the total Police chain of command is corrupted! We all know that abduction is a very serious crime and punishable by law but maybe Bangladesh Police are above of law so it doesn't apply on them. So I urge to our Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to intervene in this matter as soon as possible. Because we civilians are very afraid about our life & safety. Police administration are becoming more & more reckless & ferocious day by day and if it continues then the day of collateral damage is inevitable! These things are happening in the whole country and it needs to stop right now!

"News: Bangladesh Army personnel have detained six members of the police’s Detective Branch for allegedly kidnapping a businessman and extorting Tk 1.7 million in ransom from his family before releasing him at Teknaf in Cox’s Bazar.
The money was also recovered from a car flagged down by the army on the marine drive’s Shaplapur early on Wednesday morning.

An army officer stationed at the camp to supervise the distribution of relief goods among the Rohingya refugees said, "Their personnel detained the six detectives from the car at a check post, but another fled."

The six detectives detained by the army are Sub-Inspector Abul Kalam Azad, assistant sub-inspectors Firoz Ahmed, Golam Mostafa and Md Alauddin, and constables Mostafa Alam and Nuruzzaman.

The detective officer who fled has been identified as Sub-Inspector Moniruzzaman.

He was also detained later, police said.

Cox’s Bazar district's Additional Superintendent of Police Md Afrazul Haque Tutul said the seven have been suspended.

He later said Cox's Bazar district police have formed a five-strong committee to investigate the incident.

Police gave back the money to the businessman and took custody of the seven detectives, the ASP said.

The ‘kidnapped’ person, Abdul Gafur, runs an export-import business at Teknaf Land Port.

He told some people, posing as police detectives, picked him up on a microbus when he left a restaurant in Cox’s Bazar after having a meal on Tuesday afternoon.

“They confined me to a house at an unknown place and tortured me overnight. They took me to the marine drive around 2:30am (Wednesday) and threatened to kill me,” he said.

“The DB policemen demanded Tk 10 million ransom from me. I talked to my family on the phone at the time. The detectives agreed to release me when I offered them Tk 1.7 million. 

“They released me when my family paid them at Moheshkhalia Parha on the marine drive,” he said.

Gafur’s brother Teknaf Municipality Councillor Moniruzzaman told that the family contacted the army immediately after the alleged abductors demanded the ransom. “The army helped recover the money after my brother was released,” he said."