• 55 gangs rule Dhaka city underworld

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  • From mdraihankhan643@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Sun Jul 15 01:10:27 2018
    On Friday, 7 July 2000 13:00:00 UTC+6, Laboom22 wrote:
    55 gangs rule city underworld

    Tapan Khan

    About 55 armed gangs, some having links with international mafia and terrorist
    outfits, rule the underworld of the capital city of nearly 10 million people.


    These gangs believed to be responsible for a high percentage of the five lakh crimes including murders of police and also army personnel in Dhaka since the liberation of the country, have tightened their grip in the city.


    A source in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of Police told The New
    Nation that members of these gangs are wanted in connection with several heinous crimes committed in different parts of the city. Although the law-enforcing agencies have detailed information such as names of the kingpins
    and their usual area of activity the offenders from these gangs are seldom arrested and much less prosecuted because of the shelther and patronage they receive from godfathers hobnobbing with lawmakers, ministers, political leaders, owners of industry, smugglers and other influential persons in society.


    Based on the crimes dossier, the police have prepared a list of top of these crime syndicates-notorious for the ruthlessness and ferocity of their past 'operation'.


    A 'who-is who' of the city's crime world obtained from the CID shows that the criminals have spread their tentacles to most parts of the city including the commercial districts and the terminals of city and suburban transport.


    It is no secret that in addition to the strength they draw from political patronage and proximity to money bags, the crime gangs also lean heavily on the
    cover support they receive from black sheep within the law enforcing agencies.


    The thirty of the fifty crime gangs identified by a senior official of the CID
    with their areas of activity in brackets are: Nazim-Munna (group Jatrabari and
    Sayeedabad), Titu-Munna group (Laximpur), Kazal group (Johnson Road, Kala Liaquat group (Sutrapur), Sagir-Kazal group (Kalta Bazar), Nasir-Khokhan group
    (Gopibagh), Three brothers and Liton group (Maniknagar), Alam group (Jurain), Emran group (Motijheel), Shaheen-Lyton group (AGB Colony), Manik-Murad group (Shahjahanpur), Badrul-Rashed group (Khilgaon), Rasu group (Siddeswari), Shubra-Pappu group (Moghbazar) Kala Khokan and Anu group (Lalbagh), Sultan group (Fulbaria), Rafiq-Pintu group (Hazaribagh), Al Ameen group (Rupnagar), Liton group (Mirpur section 10), Karamat group (Tolarbagh), Bikash-Prakash-Kaiyum group (Paikpara) Jhunnu-Pichchi Mamun group (Agargaon), Shameem group (Shewrapara), Ashru group (Rayerbazar), Sabu-Aslam group (Razabazar), Chakma-Khokan group (Monipuripara), Imon-Haris group (Mohammedpur), Tempu Salim group (Kafrul) and Alexander group (Kathalbagan).


    The ten of the crime syndicates, according to police Headquarters are: Imon-Haris group, Nazim-Munna group, Sagir-Kazal group, Titu-Munna group, Aslam
    group, Shubra group, Bikash group Karamat group, and three brother group. These
    groups are wanted for years and established their reign of terror at Mohammadpur, Sayeedabad, Jatrabari, Kaltabazar, Gopibagh, Mirpur and Ramna, police said, adding that over last decade, these groups killed 188 persons including police officer Farhad, Ahad, film star Sohel Chowdhury, businessman Shipu.


    These groups run by private god-fathers have been alarmingly spreading its networks in different fields of criminal activities showing their specialisation as well as supremacy over the personnel engaged for maintaining
    law and order by the state.


    Political rivalry and patronisation helps these groups move elsewhere in the city as well remote areas in their need and crisis. They have sophisticated and
    latest arms and international links with Mafia gangs and other bodies involved
    in terrorism, a senior police officer said.


    Smuggling of any kind of drugs, realisation of extortion, killing for political
    and personal gains are their main functions throughout the country.


    These groups have been in the wanting list of different law enforcing agencies
    as a good number of cases including murder, bank dacoity, smuggling, kidnapping, extortion and black-mailing were filed against them over years.


    Ten of these arms groups are listed by the law enforcing agencies for their 'ferocious' and dangerous' 'Operation' they conducted in the past.


    Some of the members of these groups, according to police, who rule over the areas even in presence of the law enforcing personnel are: Kazal, Swapan, Masud, Obead, Nakkata Masud, Sandle Mintu, Punam, Jumman, Munna, Tapan, Paris,
    Sayeed, Badal, British, Sweden Aslam, Ayub, Shubra, Bikash, Prakash, Nazim, Sagir, Titu, Kala Liaquat, Hatkata Bakar, Bastard Salim, Tiger Babul, Daring Jonnie, Palestine Babu, Pichchi Shameem, Pagla Shaheed, Murgi Rahim, Bota Liton, Pichchi Mamun, and Tempu Salim.


    Most of the members of these arms gangs have stay at MP Hostals, five star hotels, residence of the council of ministers, student halls on the campus, houses of influential businessmen and industrialist, and above all central jail
    at Nazimuddin road in the city they wear jeans, shirts, kades and in some cases
    the bullet proof jackets while motor bikes, specially the XL type is their favourite means of transportation. They use jeeps, microbus, Nissan petrol jeep
    and auto-rickshaw for their movement.


    Mobile telephone, pager, message paper and radio telephones are their means of
    communications.


    All kind of arms and ammunition are used by them. They use Sub Machine Gun, AK
    47 Rifle, Chinese Rifle,.22 Bore Pistol, pump action short gun, country and foreign-made gun, pistol and revolver.


    These people spread their networks in the field of realising extortion, snatching, dacoity, murder, rape, kidnapping, black-mailing, keeping hostage for ransom, taking possession of terminals, students halls, land property, bank
    dacoity, smuggling of drugs and even trafficking of human flesh.


    They have political liaison and shelters over the years and acted as musclemen
    for political parties and specially for party in power. Some of the god-fathers
    were arrested recently, some others left for foreign countries. Some of them were killed on the spot at different places and times even on the Dhaka University campus. Some of the god-fathers became members of the parliament.

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  • From mokol7099@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Mon Aug 20 12:51:21 2018
    On Friday, 7 July 2000 13:00:00 UTC+6, Laboom22 wrote:
    55 gangs rule city underworld

    Tapan Khan

    About 55 armed gangs, some having links with international mafia and terrorist
    outfits, rule the underworld of the capital city of nearly 10 million people.


    These gangs believed to be responsible for a high percentage of the five lakh crimes including murders of police and also army personnel in Dhaka since the liberation of the country, have tightened their grip in the city.


    A source in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of Police told The New
    Nation that members of these gangs are wanted in connection with several heinous crimes committed in different parts of the city. Although the law-enforcing agencies have detailed information such as names of the kingpins
    and their usual area of activity the offenders from these gangs are seldom arrested and much less prosecuted because of the shelther and patronage they receive from godfathers hobnobbing with lawmakers, ministers, political leaders, owners of industry, smugglers and other influential persons in society.


    Based on the crimes dossier, the police have prepared a list of top of these crime syndicates-notorious for the ruthlessness and ferocity of their past 'operation'.


    A 'who-is who' of the city's crime world obtained from the CID shows that the criminals have spread their tentacles to most parts of the city including the commercial districts and the terminals of city and suburban transport.


    It is no secret that in addition to the strength they draw from political patronage and proximity to money bags, the crime gangs also lean heavily on the
    cover support they receive from black sheep within the law enforcing agencies.


    The thirty of the fifty crime gangs identified by a senior official of the CID
    with their areas of activity in brackets are: Nazim-Munna (group Jatrabari and
    Sayeedabad), Titu-Munna group (Laximpur), Kazal group (Johnson Road, Kala Liaquat group (Sutrapur), Sagir-Kazal group (Kalta Bazar), Nasir-Khokhan group
    (Gopibagh), Three brothers and Liton group (Maniknagar), Alam group (Jurain), Emran group (Motijheel), Shaheen-Lyton group (AGB Colony), Manik-Murad group (Shahjahanpur), Badrul-Rashed group (Khilgaon), Rasu group (Siddeswari), Shubra-Pappu group (Moghbazar) Kala Khokan and Anu group (Lalbagh), Sultan group (Fulbaria), Rafiq-Pintu group (Hazaribagh), Al Ameen group (Rupnagar), Liton group (Mirpur section 10), Karamat group (Tolarbagh), Bikash-Prakash-Kaiyum group (Paikpara) Jhunnu-Pichchi Mamun group (Agargaon), Shameem group (Shewrapara), Ashru group (Rayerbazar), Sabu-Aslam group (Razabazar), Chakma-Khokan group (Monipuripara), Imon-Haris group (Mohammedpur), Tempu Salim group (Kafrul) and Alexander group (Kathalbagan).


    The ten of the crime syndicates, according to police Headquarters are: Imon-Haris group, Nazim-Munna group, Sagir-Kazal group, Titu-Munna group, Aslam
    group, Shubra group, Bikash group Karamat group, and three brother group. These
    groups are wanted for years and established their reign of terror at Mohammadpur, Sayeedabad, Jatrabari, Kaltabazar, Gopibagh, Mirpur and Ramna, police said, adding that over last decade, these groups killed 188 persons including police officer Farhad, Ahad, film star Sohel Chowdhury, businessman Shipu.


    These groups run by private god-fathers have been alarmingly spreading its networks in different fields of criminal activities showing their specialisation as well as supremacy over the personnel engaged for maintaining
    law and order by the state.


    Political rivalry and patronisation helps these groups move elsewhere in the city as well remote areas in their need and crisis. They have sophisticated and
    latest arms and international links with Mafia gangs and other bodies involved
    in terrorism, a senior police officer said.


    Smuggling of any kind of drugs, realisation of extortion, killing for political
    and personal gains are their main functions throughout the country.


    These groups have been in the wanting list of different law enforcing agencies
    as a good number of cases including murder, bank dacoity, smuggling, kidnapping, extortion and black-mailing were filed against them over years.


    Ten of these arms groups are listed by the law enforcing agencies for their 'ferocious' and dangerous' 'Operation' they conducted in the past.


    Some of the members of these groups, according to police, who rule over the areas even in presence of the law enforcing personnel are: Kazal, Swapan, Masud, Obead, Nakkata Masud, Sandle Mintu, Punam, Jumman, Munna, Tapan, Paris,
    Sayeed, Badal, British, Sweden Aslam, Ayub, Shubra, Bikash, Prakash, Nazim, Sagir, Titu, Kala Liaquat, Hatkata Bakar, Bastard Salim, Tiger Babul, Daring Jonnie, Palestine Babu, Pichchi Shameem, Pagla Shaheed, Murgi Rahim, Bota Liton, Pichchi Mamun, and Tempu Salim.


    Most of the members of these arms gangs have stay at MP Hostals, five star hotels, residence of the council of ministers, student halls on the campus, houses of influential businessmen and industrialist, and above all central jail
    at Nazimuddin road in the city they wear jeans, shirts, kades and in some cases
    the bullet proof jackets while motor bikes, specially the XL type is their favourite means of transportation. They use jeeps, microbus, Nissan petrol jeep
    and auto-rickshaw for their movement.


    Mobile telephone, pager, message paper and radio telephones are their means of
    communications.


    All kind of arms and ammunition are used by them. They use Sub Machine Gun, AK
    47 Rifle, Chinese Rifle,.22 Bore Pistol, pump action short gun, country and foreign-made gun, pistol and revolver.


    These people spread their networks in the field of realising extortion, snatching, dacoity, murder, rape, kidnapping, black-mailing, keeping hostage for ransom, taking possession of terminals, students halls, land property, bank
    dacoity, smuggling of drugs and even trafficking of human flesh.


    They have political liaison and shelters over the years and acted as musclemen
    for political parties and specially for party in power. Some of the god-fathers
    were arrested recently, some others left for foreign countries. Some of them were killed on the spot at different places and times even on the Dhaka University campus. Some of the god-fathers became members of the parliament.

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  • From mkmiraz2001@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Sat Dec 29 05:11:05 2018
    On Friday, July 7, 2000 at 12:00:00 AM UTC-7, Laboom22 wrote:
    55 gangs rule city underworld

    Tapan Khan

    About 55 armed gangs, some having links with international mafia and terrorist
    outfits, rule the underworld of the capital city of nearly 10 million people.


    These gangs believed to be responsible for a high percentage of the five lakh crimes including murders of police and also army personnel in Dhaka since the liberation of the country, have tightened their grip in the city.


    A source in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of Police told The New
    Nation that members of these gangs are wanted in connection with several heinous crimes committed in different parts of the city. Although the law-enforcing agencies have detailed information such as names of the kingpins
    and their usual area of activity the offenders from these gangs are seldom arrested and much less prosecuted because of the shelther and patronage they receive from godfathers hobnobbing with lawmakers, ministers, political leaders, owners of industry, smugglers and other influential persons in society.


    Based on the crimes dossier, the police have prepared a list of top of these crime syndicates-notorious for the ruthlessness and ferocity of their past 'operation'.


    A 'who-is who' of the city's crime world obtained from the CID shows that the criminals have spread their tentacles to most parts of the city including the commercial districts and the terminals of city and suburban transport.


    It is no secret that in addition to the strength they draw from political patronage and proximity to money bags, the crime gangs also lean heavily on the
    cover support they receive from black sheep within the law enforcing agencies.


    The thirty of the fifty crime gangs identified by a senior official of the CID
    with their areas of activity in brackets are: Nazim-Munna (group Jatrabari and
    Sayeedabad), Titu-Munna group (Laximpur), Kazal group (Johnson Road, Kala Liaquat group (Sutrapur), Sagir-Kazal group (Kalta Bazar), Nasir-Khokhan group
    (Gopibagh), Three brothers and Liton group (Maniknagar), Alam group (Jurain), Emran group (Motijheel), Shaheen-Lyton group (AGB Colony), Manik-Murad group (Shahjahanpur), Badrul-Rashed group (Khilgaon), Rasu group (Siddeswari), Shubra-Pappu group (Moghbazar) Kala Khokan and Anu group (Lalbagh), Sultan group (Fulbaria), Rafiq-Pintu group (Hazaribagh), Al Ameen group (Rupnagar), Liton group (Mirpur section 10), Karamat group (Tolarbagh), Bikash-Prakash-Kaiyum group (Paikpara) Jhunnu-Pichchi Mamun group (Agargaon), Shameem group (Shewrapara), Ashru group (Rayerbazar), Sabu-Aslam group (Razabazar), Chakma-Khokan group (Monipuripara), Imon-Haris group (Mohammedpur), Tempu Salim group (Kafrul) and Alexander group (Kathalbagan).


    The ten of the crime syndicates, according to police Headquarters are: Imon-Haris group, Nazim-Munna group, Sagir-Kazal group, Titu-Munna group, Aslam
    group, Shubra group, Bikash group Karamat group, and three brother group. These
    groups are wanted for years and established their reign of terror at Mohammadpur, Sayeedabad, Jatrabari, Kaltabazar, Gopibagh, Mirpur and Ramna, police said, adding that over last decade, these groups killed 188 persons including police officer Farhad, Ahad, film star Sohel Chowdhury, businessman Shipu.


    These groups run by private god-fathers have been alarmingly spreading its networks in different fields of criminal activities showing their specialisation as well as supremacy over the personnel engaged for maintaining
    law and order by the state.


    Political rivalry and patronisation helps these groups move elsewhere in the city as well remote areas in their need and crisis. They have sophisticated and
    latest arms and international links with Mafia gangs and other bodies involved
    in terrorism, a senior police officer said.


    Smuggling of any kind of drugs, realisation of extortion, killing for political
    and personal gains are their main functions throughout the country.


    These groups have been in the wanting list of different law enforcing agencies
    as a good number of cases including murder, bank dacoity, smuggling, kidnapping, extortion and black-mailing were filed against them over years.


    Ten of these arms groups are listed by the law enforcing agencies for their 'ferocious' and dangerous' 'Operation' they conducted in the past.


    Some of the members of these groups, according to police, who rule over the areas even in presence of the law enforcing personnel are: Kazal, Swapan, Masud, Obead, Nakkata Masud, Sandle Mintu, Punam, Jumman, Munna, Tapan, Paris,
    Sayeed, Badal, British, Sweden Aslam, Ayub, Shubra, Bikash, Prakash, Nazim, Sagir, Titu, Kala Liaquat, Hatkata Bakar, Bastard Salim, Tiger Babul, Daring Jonnie, Palestine Babu, Pichchi Shameem, Pagla Shaheed, Murgi Rahim, Bota Liton, Pichchi Mamun, and Tempu Salim.


    Most of the members of these arms gangs have stay at MP Hostals, five star hotels, residence of the council of ministers, student halls on the campus, houses of influential businessmen and industrialist, and above all central jail
    at Nazimuddin road in the city they wear jeans, shirts, kades and in some cases
    the bullet proof jackets while motor bikes, specially the XL type is their favourite means of transportation. They use jeeps, microbus, Nissan petrol jeep
    and auto-rickshaw for their movement.


    Mobile telephone, pager, message paper and radio telephones are their means of
    communications.


    All kind of arms and ammunition are used by them. They use Sub Machine Gun, AK
    47 Rifle, Chinese Rifle,.22 Bore Pistol, pump action short gun, country and foreign-made gun, pistol and revolver.


    These people spread their networks in the field of realising extortion, snatching, dacoity, murder, rape, kidnapping, black-mailing, keeping hostage for ransom, taking possession of terminals, students halls, land property, bank
    dacoity, smuggling of drugs and even trafficking of human flesh.


    They have political liaison and shelters over the years and acted as musclemen
    for political parties and specially for party in power. Some of the god-fathers
    were arrested recently, some others left for foreign countries. Some of them were killed on the spot at different places and times even on the Dhaka University campus. Some of the god-fathers became members of the parliament.

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  • From tasfinhasan44@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Tue Jul 23 20:06:53 2019
    On Friday, July 7, 2000 at 1:00:00 PM UTC+6, Laboom22 wrote:
    55 gangs rule city underworld

    Tapan Khan

    About 55 armed gangs, some having links with international mafia and terrorist
    outfits, rule the underworld of the capital city of nearly 10 million people.


    These gangs believed to be responsible for a high percentage of the five lakh crimes including murders of police and also army personnel in Dhaka since the liberation of the country, have tightened their grip in the city.


    A source in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of Police told The New
    Nation that members of these gangs are wanted in connection with several heinous crimes committed in different parts of the city. Although the law-enforcing agencies have detailed information such as names of the kingpins
    and their usual area of activity the offenders from these gangs are seldom arrested and much less prosecuted because of the shelther and patronage they receive from godfathers hobnobbing with lawmakers, ministers, political leaders, owners of industry, smugglers and other influential persons in society.


    Based on the crimes dossier, the police have prepared a list of top of these crime syndicates-notorious for the ruthlessness and ferocity of their past 'operation'.


    A 'who-is who' of the city's crime world obtained from the CID shows that the criminals have spread their tentacles to most parts of the city including the commercial districts and the terminals of city and suburban transport.


    It is no secret that in addition to the strength they draw from political patronage and proximity to money bags, the crime gangs also lean heavily on the
    cover support they receive from black sheep within the law enforcing agencies.


    The thirty of the fifty crime gangs identified by a senior official of the CID
    with their areas of activity in brackets are: Nazim-Munna (group Jatrabari and
    Sayeedabad), Titu-Munna group (Laximpur), Kazal group (Johnson Road, Kala Liaquat group (Sutrapur), Sagir-Kazal group (Kalta Bazar), Nasir-Khokhan group
    (Gopibagh), Three brothers and Liton group (Maniknagar), Alam group (Jurain), Emran group (Motijheel), Shaheen-Lyton group (AGB Colony), Manik-Murad group (Shahjahanpur), Badrul-Rashed group (Khilgaon), Rasu group (Siddeswari), Shubra-Pappu group (Moghbazar) Kala Khokan and Anu group (Lalbagh), Sultan group (Fulbaria), Rafiq-Pintu group (Hazaribagh), Al Ameen group (Rupnagar), Liton group (Mirpur section 10), Karamat group (Tolarbagh), Bikash-Prakash-Kaiyum group (Paikpara) Jhunnu-Pichchi Mamun group (Agargaon), Shameem group (Shewrapara), Ashru group (Rayerbazar), Sabu-Aslam group (Razabazar), Chakma-Khokan group (Monipuripara), Imon-Haris group (Mohammedpur), Tempu Salim group (Kafrul) and Alexander group (Kathalbagan).


    The ten of the crime syndicates, according to police Headquarters are: Imon-Haris group, Nazim-Munna group, Sagir-Kazal group, Titu-Munna group, Aslam
    group, Shubra group, Bikash group Karamat group, and three brother group. These
    groups are wanted for years and established their reign of terror at Mohammadpur, Sayeedabad, Jatrabari, Kaltabazar, Gopibagh, Mirpur and Ramna, police said, adding that over last decade, these groups killed 188 persons including police officer Farhad, Ahad, film star Sohel Chowdhury, businessman Shipu.


    These groups run by private god-fathers have been alarmingly spreading its networks in different fields of criminal activities showing their specialisation as well as supremacy over the personnel engaged for maintaining
    law and order by the state.


    Political rivalry and patronisation helps these groups move elsewhere in the city as well remote areas in their need and crisis. They have sophisticated and
    latest arms and international links with Mafia gangs and other bodies involved
    in terrorism, a senior police officer said.


    Smuggling of any kind of drugs, realisation of extortion, killing for political
    and personal gains are their main functions throughout the country.


    These groups have been in the wanting list of different law enforcing agencies
    as a good number of cases including murder, bank dacoity, smuggling, kidnapping, extortion and black-mailing were filed against them over years.


    Ten of these arms groups are listed by the law enforcing agencies for their 'ferocious' and dangerous' 'Operation' they conducted in the past.


    Some of the members of these groups, according to police, who rule over the areas even in presence of the law enforcing personnel are: Kazal, Swapan, Masud, Obead, Nakkata Masud, Sandle Mintu, Punam, Jumman, Munna, Tapan, Paris,
    Sayeed, Badal, British, Sweden Aslam, Ayub, Shubra, Bikash, Prakash, Nazim, Sagir, Titu, Kala Liaquat, Hatkata Bakar, Bastard Salim, Tiger Babul, Daring Jonnie, Palestine Babu, Pichchi Shameem, Pagla Shaheed, Murgi Rahim, Bota Liton, Pichchi Mamun, and Tempu Salim.


    Most of the members of these arms gangs have stay at MP Hostals, five star hotels, residence of the council of ministers, student halls on the campus, houses of influential businessmen and industrialist, and above all central jail
    at Nazimuddin road in the city they wear jeans, shirts, kades and in some cases
    the bullet proof jackets while motor bikes, specially the XL type is their favourite means of transportation. They use jeeps, microbus, Nissan petrol jeep
    and auto-rickshaw for their movement.


    Mobile telephone, pager, message paper and radio telephones are their means of
    communications.


    All kind of arms and ammunition are used by them. They use Sub Machine Gun, AK
    47 Rifle, Chinese Rifle,.22 Bore Pistol, pump action short gun, country and foreign-made gun, pistol and revolver.


    These people spread their networks in the field of realising extortion, snatching, dacoity, murder, rape, kidnapping, black-mailing, keeping hostage for ransom, taking possession of terminals, students halls, land property, bank
    dacoity, smuggling of drugs and even trafficking of human flesh.


    They have political liaison and shelters over the years and acted as musclemen
    for political parties and specially for party in power. Some of the god-fathers
    were arrested recently, some others left for foreign countries. Some of them were killed on the spot at different places and times even on the Dhaka University campus. Some of the god-fathers became members of the parliament.

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  • From kmd91321@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Thu Aug 1 01:01:23 2019
    Anything I can do. I want just one chance

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  • From anjumanhossain2050@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Wed Aug 14 02:57:11 2019
    i like to join this group

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  • From anjumanhossain2050@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Wed Aug 14 02:59:08 2019
    i want to join.how it possible????????

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  • From mxharisstar637@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Sun Oct 6 10:24:28 2019
    On Friday, 7 July 2000 13:00:00 UTC+6, Laboom22 wrote:
    55 gangs rule city underworld

    Tapan Khan

    About 55 armed gangs, some having links with international mafia and terrorist
    outfits, rule the underworld of the capital city of nearly 10 million people.


    These gangs believed to be responsible for a high percentage of the five lakh crimes including murders of police and also army personnel in Dhaka since the liberation of the country, have tightened their grip in the city.


    A source in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of Police told The New
    Nation that members of these gangs are wanted in connection with several heinous crimes committed in different parts of the city. Although the law-enforcing agencies have detailed information such as names of the kingpins
    and their usual area of activity the offenders from these gangs are seldom arrested and much less prosecuted because of the shelther and patronage they receive from godfathers hobnobbing with lawmakers, ministers, political leaders, owners of industry, smugglers and other influential persons in society.


    Based on the crimes dossier, the police have prepared a list of top of these crime syndicates-notorious for the ruthlessness and ferocity of their past 'operation'.


    A 'who-is who' of the city's crime world obtained from the CID shows that the criminals have spread their tentacles to most parts of the city including the commercial districts and the terminals of city and suburban transport.


    It is no secret that in addition to the strength they draw from political patronage and proximity to money bags, the crime gangs also lean heavily on the
    cover support they receive from black sheep within the law enforcing agencies.


    The thirty of the fifty crime gangs identified by a senior official of the CID
    with their areas of activity in brackets are: Nazim-Munna (group Jatrabari and
    Sayeedabad), Titu-Munna group (Laximpur), Kazal group (Johnson Road, Kala Liaquat group (Sutrapur), Sagir-Kazal group (Kalta Bazar), Nasir-Khokhan group
    (Gopibagh), Three brothers and Liton group (Maniknagar), Alam group (Jurain), Emran group (Motijheel), Shaheen-Lyton group (AGB Colony), Manik-Murad group (Shahjahanpur), Badrul-Rashed group (Khilgaon), Rasu group (Siddeswari), Shubra-Pappu group (Moghbazar) Kala Khokan and Anu group (Lalbagh), Sultan group (Fulbaria), Rafiq-Pintu group (Hazaribagh), Al Ameen group (Rupnagar), Liton group (Mirpur section 10), Karamat group (Tolarbagh), Bikash-Prakash-Kaiyum group (Paikpara) Jhunnu-Pichchi Mamun group (Agargaon), Shameem group (Shewrapara), Ashru group (Rayerbazar), Sabu-Aslam group (Razabazar), Chakma-Khokan group (Monipuripara), Imon-Haris group (Mohammedpur), Tempu Salim group (Kafrul) and Alexander group (Kathalbagan).


    The ten of the crime syndicates, according to police Headquarters are: Imon-Haris group, Nazim-Munna group, Sagir-Kazal group, Titu-Munna group, Aslam
    group, Shubra group, Bikash group Karamat group, and three brother group. These
    groups are wanted for years and established their reign of terror at Mohammadpur, Sayeedabad, Jatrabari, Kaltabazar, Gopibagh, Mirpur and Ramna, police said, adding that over last decade, these groups killed 188 persons including police officer Farhad, Ahad, film star Sohel Chowdhury, businessman Shipu.


    These groups run by private god-fathers have been alarmingly spreading its networks in different fields of criminal activities showing their specialisation as well as supremacy over the personnel engaged for maintaining
    law and order by the state.


    Political rivalry and patronisation helps these groups move elsewhere in the city as well remote areas in their need and crisis. They have sophisticated and
    latest arms and international links with Mafia gangs and other bodies involved
    in terrorism, a senior police officer said.


    Smuggling of any kind of drugs, realisation of extortion, killing for political
    and personal gains are their main functions throughout the country.


    These groups have been in the wanting list of different law enforcing agencies
    as a good number of cases including murder, bank dacoity, smuggling, kidnapping, extortion and black-mailing were filed against them over years.


    Ten of these arms groups are listed by the law enforcing agencies for their 'ferocious' and dangerous' 'Operation' they conducted in the past.


    Some of the members of these groups, according to police, who rule over the areas even in presence of the law enforcing personnel are: Kazal, Swapan, Masud, Obead, Nakkata Masud, Sandle Mintu, Punam, Jumman, Munna, Tapan, Paris,
    Sayeed, Badal, British, Sweden Aslam, Ayub, Shubra, Bikash, Prakash, Nazim, Sagir, Titu, Kala Liaquat, Hatkata Bakar, Bastard Salim, Tiger Babul, Daring Jonnie, Palestine Babu, Pichchi Shameem, Pagla Shaheed, Murgi Rahim, Bota Liton, Pichchi Mamun, and Tempu Salim.


    Most of the members of these arms gangs have stay at MP Hostals, five star hotels, residence of the council of ministers, student halls on the campus, houses of influential businessmen and industrialist, and above all central jail
    at Nazimuddin road in the city they wear jeans, shirts, kades and in some cases
    the bullet proof jackets while motor bikes, specially the XL type is their favourite means of transportation. They use jeeps, microbus, Nissan petrol jeep
    and auto-rickshaw for their movement.


    Mobile telephone, pager, message paper and radio telephones are their means of
    communications.


    All kind of arms and ammunition are used by them. They use Sub Machine Gun, AK
    47 Rifle, Chinese Rifle,.22 Bore Pistol, pump action short gun, country and foreign-made gun, pistol and revolver.


    These people spread their networks in the field of realising extortion, snatching, dacoity, murder, rape, kidnapping, black-mailing, keeping hostage for ransom, taking possession of terminals, students halls, land property, bank
    dacoity, smuggling of drugs and even trafficking of human flesh.


    They have political liaison and shelters over the years and acted as musclemen
    for political parties and specially for party in power. Some of the god-fathers
    were arrested recently, some others left for foreign countries. Some of them were killed on the spot at different places and times even on the Dhaka University campus. Some of the god-fathers became members of the parliament.

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
    * Origin: fsxNet Usenet Gateway (21:1/5)
  • From mxharisstar637@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Sun Oct 6 10:31:56 2019
    On Friday, 7 July 2000 13:00:00 UTC+6, Laboom22 wrote:
    55 gangs rule city underworld

    Tapan Khan

    About 55 armed gangs, some having links with international mafia and terrorist
    outfits, rule the underworld of the capital city of nearly 10 million people.


    These gangs believed to be responsible for a high percentage of the five lakh crimes including murders of police and also army personnel in Dhaka since the liberation of the country, have tightened their grip in the city.


    A source in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of Police told The New
    Nation that members of these gangs are wanted in connection with several heinous crimes committed in different parts of the city. Although the law-enforcing agencies have detailed information such as names of the kingpins
    and their usual area of activity the offenders from these gangs are seldom arrested and much less prosecuted because of the shelther and patronage they receive from godfathers hobnobbing with lawmakers, ministers, political leaders, owners of industry, smugglers and other influential persons in society.


    Based on the crimes dossier, the police have prepared a list of top of these crime syndicates-notorious for the ruthlessness and ferocity of their past 'operation'.


    A 'who-is who' of the city's crime world obtained from the CID shows that the criminals have spread their tentacles to most parts of the city including the commercial districts and the terminals of city and suburban transport.


    It is no secret that in addition to the strength they draw from political patronage and proximity to money bags, the crime gangs also lean heavily on the
    cover support they receive from black sheep within the law enforcing agencies.


    The thirty of the fifty crime gangs identified by a senior official of the CID
    with their areas of activity in brackets are: Nazim-Munna (group Jatrabari and
    Sayeedabad), Titu-Munna group (Laximpur), Kazal group (Johnson Road, Kala Liaquat group (Sutrapur), Sagir-Kazal group (Kalta Bazar), Nasir-Khokhan group
    (Gopibagh), Three brothers and Liton group (Maniknagar), Alam group (Jurain), Emran group (Motijheel), Shaheen-Lyton group (AGB Colony), Manik-Murad group (Shahjahanpur), Badrul-Rashed group (Khilgaon), Rasu group (Siddeswari), Shubra-Pappu group (Moghbazar) Kala Khokan and Anu group (Lalbagh), Sultan group (Fulbaria), Rafiq-Pintu group (Hazaribagh), Al Ameen group (Rupnagar), Liton group (Mirpur section 10), Karamat group (Tolarbagh), Bikash-Prakash-Kaiyum group (Paikpara) Jhunnu-Pichchi Mamun group (Agargaon), Shameem group (Shewrapara), Ashru group (Rayerbazar), Sabu-Aslam group (Razabazar), Chakma-Khokan group (Monipuripara), Imon-Haris group (Mohammedpur), Tempu Salim group (Kafrul) and Alexander group (Kathalbagan).


    The ten of the crime syndicates, according to police Headquarters are: Imon-Haris group, Nazim-Munna group, Sagir-Kazal group, Titu-Munna group, Aslam
    group, Shubra group, Bikash group Karamat group, and three brother group. These
    groups are wanted for years and established their reign of terror at Mohammadpur, Sayeedabad, Jatrabari, Kaltabazar, Gopibagh, Mirpur and Ramna, police said, adding that over last decade, these groups killed 188 persons including police officer Farhad, Ahad, film star Sohel Chowdhury, businessman Shipu.


    These groups run by private god-fathers have been alarmingly spreading its networks in different fields of criminal activities showing their specialisation as well as supremacy over the personnel engaged for maintaining
    law and order by the state.


    Political rivalry and patronisation helps these groups move elsewhere in the city as well remote areas in their need and crisis. They have sophisticated and
    latest arms and international links with Mafia gangs and other bodies involved
    in terrorism, a senior police officer said.


    Smuggling of any kind of drugs, realisation of extortion, killing for political
    and personal gains are their main functions throughout the country.


    These groups have been in the wanting list of different law enforcing agencies
    as a good number of cases including murder, bank dacoity, smuggling, kidnapping, extortion and black-mailing were filed against them over years.


    Ten of these arms groups are listed by the law enforcing agencies for their 'ferocious' and dangerous' 'Operation' they conducted in the past.


    Some of the members of these groups, according to police, who rule over the areas even in presence of the law enforcing personnel are: Kazal, Swapan, Masud, Obead, Nakkata Masud, Sandle Mintu, Punam, Jumman, Munna, Tapan, Paris,
    Sayeed, Badal, British, Sweden Aslam, Ayub, Shubra, Bikash, Prakash, Nazim, Sagir, Titu, Kala Liaquat, Hatkata Bakar, Bastard Salim, Tiger Babul, Daring Jonnie, Palestine Babu, Pichchi Shameem, Pagla Shaheed, Murgi Rahim, Bota Liton, Pichchi Mamun, and Tempu Salim.


    Most of the members of these arms gangs have stay at MP Hostals, five star hotels, residence of the council of ministers, student halls on the campus, houses of influential businessmen and industrialist, and above all central jail
    at Nazimuddin road in the city they wear jeans, shirts, kades and in some cases
    the bullet proof jackets while motor bikes, specially the XL type is their favourite means of transportation. They use jeeps, microbus, Nissan petrol jeep
    and auto-rickshaw for their movement.


    Mobile telephone, pager, message paper and radio telephones are their means of
    communications.


    All kind of arms and ammunition are used by them. They use Sub Machine Gun, AK
    47 Rifle, Chinese Rifle,.22 Bore Pistol, pump action short gun, country and foreign-made gun, pistol and revolver.


    These people spread their networks in the field of realising extortion, snatching, dacoity, murder, rape, kidnapping, black-mailing, keeping hostage for ransom, taking possession of terminals, students halls, land property, bank
    dacoity, smuggling of drugs and even trafficking of human flesh.


    They have political liaison and shelters over the years and acted as musclemen
    for political parties and specially for party in power. Some of the god-fathers
    were arrested recently, some others left for foreign countries. Some of them were killed on the spot at different places and times even on the Dhaka University campus. Some of the god-fathers became members of the parliament.

    Imon-Haris group
    (Mohammedpur) Brother Good, Need Your Help, Plz Plz Plz

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  • From mxharisstar637@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Sun Oct 6 10:25:37 2019
    On Friday, 7 July 2000 13:00:00 UTC+6, Laboom22 wrote:
    55 gangs rule city underworld

    Tapan Khan

    About 55 armed gangs, some having links with international mafia and terrorist
    outfits, rule the underworld of the capital city of nearly 10 million people.


    These gangs believed to be responsible for a high percentage of the five lakh crimes including murders of police and also army personnel in Dhaka since the liberation of the country, have tightened their grip in the city.


    A source in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of Police told The New
    Nation that members of these gangs are wanted in connection with several heinous crimes committed in different parts of the city. Although the law-enforcing agencies have detailed information such as names of the kingpins
    and their usual area of activity the offenders from these gangs are seldom arrested and much less prosecuted because of the shelther and patronage they receive from godfathers hobnobbing with lawmakers, ministers, political leaders, owners of industry, smugglers and other influential persons in society.


    Based on the crimes dossier, the police have prepared a list of top of these crime syndicates-notorious for the ruthlessness and ferocity of their past 'operation'.


    A 'who-is who' of the city's crime world obtained from the CID shows that the criminals have spread their tentacles to most parts of the city including the commercial districts and the terminals of city and suburban transport.


    It is no secret that in addition to the strength they draw from political patronage and proximity to money bags, the crime gangs also lean heavily on the
    cover support they receive from black sheep within the law enforcing agencies.


    The thirty of the fifty crime gangs identified by a senior official of the CID
    with their areas of activity in brackets are: Nazim-Munna (group Jatrabari and
    Sayeedabad), Titu-Munna group (Laximpur), Kazal group (Johnson Road, Kala Liaquat group (Sutrapur), Sagir-Kazal group (Kalta Bazar), Nasir-Khokhan group
    (Gopibagh), Three brothers and Liton group (Maniknagar), Alam group (Jurain), Emran group (Motijheel), Shaheen-Lyton group (AGB Colony), Manik-Murad group (Shahjahanpur), Badrul-Rashed group (Khilgaon), Rasu group (Siddeswari), Shubra-Pappu group (Moghbazar) Kala Khokan and Anu group (Lalbagh), Sultan group (Fulbaria), Rafiq-Pintu group (Hazaribagh), Al Ameen group (Rupnagar), Liton group (Mirpur section 10), Karamat group (Tolarbagh), Bikash-Prakash-Kaiyum group (Paikpara) Jhunnu-Pichchi Mamun group (Agargaon), Shameem group (Shewrapara), Ashru group (Rayerbazar), Sabu-Aslam group (Razabazar), Chakma-Khokan group (Monipuripara), Imon-Haris group (Mohammedpur), Tempu Salim group (Kafrul) and Alexander group (Kathalbagan).


    The ten of the crime syndicates, according to police Headquarters are: Imon-Haris group, Nazim-Munna group, Sagir-Kazal group, Titu-Munna group, Aslam
    group, Shubra group, Bikash group Karamat group, and three brother group. These
    groups are wanted for years and established their reign of terror at Mohammadpur, Sayeedabad, Jatrabari, Kaltabazar, Gopibagh, Mirpur and Ramna, police said, adding that over last decade, these groups killed 188 persons including police officer Farhad, Ahad, film star Sohel Chowdhury, businessman Shipu.


    These groups run by private god-fathers have been alarmingly spreading its networks in different fields of criminal activities showing their specialisation as well as supremacy over the personnel engaged for maintaining
    law and order by the state.


    Political rivalry and patronisation helps these groups move elsewhere in the city as well remote areas in their need and crisis. They have sophisticated and
    latest arms and international links with Mafia gangs and other bodies involved
    in terrorism, a senior police officer said.


    Smuggling of any kind of drugs, realisation of extortion, killing for political
    and personal gains are their main functions throughout the country.


    These groups have been in the wanting list of different law enforcing agencies
    as a good number of cases including murder, bank dacoity, smuggling, kidnapping, extortion and black-mailing were filed against them over years.


    Ten of these arms groups are listed by the law enforcing agencies for their 'ferocious' and dangerous' 'Operation' they conducted in the past.


    Some of the members of these groups, according to police, who rule over the areas even in presence of the law enforcing personnel are: Kazal, Swapan, Masud, Obead, Nakkata Masud, Sandle Mintu, Punam, Jumman, Munna, Tapan, Paris,
    Sayeed, Badal, British, Sweden Aslam, Ayub, Shubra, Bikash, Prakash, Nazim, Sagir, Titu, Kala Liaquat, Hatkata Bakar, Bastard Salim, Tiger Babul, Daring Jonnie, Palestine Babu, Pichchi Shameem, Pagla Shaheed, Murgi Rahim, Bota Liton, Pichchi Mamun, and Tempu Salim.


    Most of the members of these arms gangs have stay at MP Hostals, five star hotels, residence of the council of ministers, student halls on the campus, houses of influential businessmen and industrialist, and above all central jail
    at Nazimuddin road in the city they wear jeans, shirts, kades and in some cases
    the bullet proof jackets while motor bikes, specially the XL type is their favourite means of transportation. They use jeeps, microbus, Nissan petrol jeep
    and auto-rickshaw for their movement.


    Mobile telephone, pager, message paper and radio telephones are their means of
    communications.


    All kind of arms and ammunition are used by them. They use Sub Machine Gun, AK
    47 Rifle, Chinese Rifle,.22 Bore Pistol, pump action short gun, country and foreign-made gun, pistol and revolver.


    These people spread their networks in the field of realising extortion, snatching, dacoity, murder, rape, kidnapping, black-mailing, keeping hostage for ransom, taking possession of terminals, students halls, land property, bank
    dacoity, smuggling of drugs and even trafficking of human flesh.


    They have political liaison and shelters over the years and acted as musclemen
    for political parties and specially for party in power. Some of the god-fathers
    were arrested recently, some others left for foreign countries. Some of them were killed on the spot at different places and times even on the Dhaka University campus. Some of the god-fathers became members of the parliament.

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
    * Origin: fsxNet Usenet Gateway (21:1/5)
  • From diprohack9@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Tue Jul 14 15:22:04 2020
    🤣contact Mr Mizuki Akabayashi from member of Inagawa-kai former executive of Jinnai Yodogiri no billa it's childish

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  • From diprohack9@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Tue Jul 14 15:23:52 2020
    Do they have contact with Yamaguchi gumi or Sumiyoshi-kai and Inagawa-kai or
    Mr Kenichi Shinoda

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  • From OTCF One Taka Charity Fund@21:1/5 to All on Tue Oct 12 22:51:10 2021
    On Thursday, July 6, 2000 at 7:00:00 PM UTC-12, Laboom22 wrote:
    55 gangs rule city underworld
    Tapan Khan
    About 55 armed gangs, some having links with international mafia and terrorist
    outfits, rule the underworld of the capital city of nearly 10 million people.

    These gangs believed to be responsible for a high percentage of the five lakh crimes including murders of police and also army personnel in Dhaka since the liberation of the country, have tightened their grip in the city.

    A source in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of Police told The New
    Nation that members of these gangs are wanted in connection with several heinous crimes committed in different parts of the city. Although the law-enforcing agencies have detailed information such as names of the kingpins
    and their usual area of activity the offenders from these gangs are seldom arrested and much less prosecuted because of the shelther and patronage they receive from godfathers hobnobbing with lawmakers, ministers, political leaders, owners of industry, smugglers and other influential persons in society.

    Based on the crimes dossier, the police have prepared a list of top of these crime syndicates-notorious for the ruthlessness and ferocity of their past 'operation'.

    A 'who-is who' of the city's crime world obtained from the CID shows that the criminals have spread their tentacles to most parts of the city including the commercial districts and the terminals of city and suburban transport.

    It is no secret that in addition to the strength they draw from political patronage and proximity to money bags, the crime gangs also lean heavily on the
    cover support they receive from black sheep within the law enforcing agencies.

    The thirty of the fifty crime gangs identified by a senior official of the CID
    with their areas of activity in brackets are: Nazim-Munna (group Jatrabari and
    Sayeedabad), Titu-Munna group (Laximpur), Kazal group (Johnson Road, Kala Liaquat group (Sutrapur), Sagir-Kazal group (Kalta Bazar), Nasir-Khokhan group
    (Gopibagh), Three brothers and Liton group (Maniknagar), Alam group (Jurain), Emran group (Motijheel), Shaheen-Lyton group (AGB Colony), Manik-Murad group (Shahjahanpur), Badrul-Rashed group (Khilgaon), Rasu group (Siddeswari), Shubra-Pappu group (Moghbazar) Kala Khokan and Anu group (Lalbagh), Sultan group (Fulbaria), Rafiq-Pintu group (Hazaribagh), Al Ameen group (Rupnagar), Liton group (Mirpur section 10), Karamat group (Tolarbagh), Bikash-Prakash-Kaiyum group (Paikpara) Jhunnu-Pichchi Mamun group (Agargaon), Shameem group (Shewrapara), Ashru group (Rayerbazar), Sabu-Aslam group (Razabazar), Chakma-Khokan group (Monipuripara), Imon-Haris group (Mohammedpur), Tempu Salim group (Kafrul) and Alexander group (Kathalbagan).

    The ten of the crime syndicates, according to police Headquarters are: Imon-Haris group, Nazim-Munna group, Sagir-Kazal group, Titu-Munna group, Aslam
    group, Shubra group, Bikash group Karamat group, and three brother group. These
    groups are wanted for years and established their reign of terror at Mohammadpur, Sayeedabad, Jatrabari, Kaltabazar, Gopibagh, Mirpur and Ramna, police said, adding that over last decade, these groups killed 188 persons including police officer Farhad, Ahad, film star Sohel Chowdhury, businessman Shipu.

    These groups run by private god-fathers have been alarmingly spreading its networks in different fields of criminal activities showing their specialisation as well as supremacy over the personnel engaged for maintaining
    law and order by the state.

    Political rivalry and patronisation helps these groups move elsewhere in the city as well remote areas in their need and crisis. They have sophisticated and
    latest arms and international links with Mafia gangs and other bodies involved
    in terrorism, a senior police officer said.

    Smuggling of any kind of drugs, realisation of extortion, killing for political
    and personal gains are their main functions throughout the country.

    These groups have been in the wanting list of different law enforcing agencies
    as a good number of cases including murder, bank dacoity, smuggling, kidnapping, extortion and black-mailing were filed against them over years.

    Ten of these arms groups are listed by the law enforcing agencies for their 'ferocious' and dangerous' 'Operation' they conducted in the past.

    Some of the members of these groups, according to police, who rule over the areas even in presence of the law enforcing personnel are: Kazal, Swapan, Masud, Obead, Nakkata Masud, Sandle Mintu, Punam, Jumman, Munna, Tapan, Paris,
    Sayeed, Badal, British, Sweden Aslam, Ayub, Shubra, Bikash, Prakash, Nazim, Sagir, Titu, Kala Liaquat, Hatkata Bakar, Bastard Salim, Tiger Babul, Daring Jonnie, Palestine Babu, Pichchi Shameem, Pagla Shaheed, Murgi Rahim, Bota Liton, Pichchi Mamun, and Tempu Salim.

    Most of the members of these arms gangs have stay at MP Hostals, five star hotels, residence of the council of ministers, student halls on the campus, houses of influential businessmen and industrialist, and above all central jail
    at Nazimuddin road in the city they wear jeans, shirts, kades and in some cases
    the bullet proof jackets while motor bikes, specially the XL type is their favourite means of transportation. They use jeeps, microbus, Nissan petrol jeep
    and auto-rickshaw for their movement.

    Mobile telephone, pager, message paper and radio telephones are their means of
    communications.

    All kind of arms and ammunition are used by them. They use Sub Machine Gun, AK
    47 Rifle, Chinese Rifle,.22 Bore Pistol, pump action short gun, country and foreign-made gun, pistol and revolver.

    These people spread their networks in the field of realising extortion, snatching, dacoity, murder, rape, kidnapping, black-mailing, keeping hostage for ransom, taking possession of terminals, students halls, land property, bank
    dacoity, smuggling of drugs and even trafficking of human flesh.

    They have political liaison and shelters over the years and acted as musclemen
    for political parties and specially for party in power. Some of the god-fathers
    were arrested recently, some others left for foreign countries. Some of them were killed on the spot at different places and times even on the Dhaka University campus. Some of the god-fathers became members of the parliament.
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