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Showing posts with label YaBa. Show all posts
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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Ready to surrender, top yaba smuggler Saiful in police custody


Dhaka Tribune
Abdul Aziz, Cox’s Bazar
Published at  May 29th, 2019
                                           Yaba kingpin Saiful Karim Dhaka Tribune
“Yaba Don Saiful Karim landed in Dhaka around 11pm on Saturday”

Top yaba smuggler Saiful Karim — mostly known by his initials “SK” among yaba smugglers and dealers across the country — is apparently ready to surrender to police, according to a source in the law enforcement agency.

The “Yaba Don” may have been on the run since May last year, after the government kicked off its crackdown on drug smugglers and dealers, but he has eluded the police for around two decades since joining drug dealing .

Monday, April 22, 2019

2 Rohingyas among 3 killed in Cox’s Bazar ‘gunfights’

Dhaka Tribune
Tuesday, Apr 23, 2019
Abdul Aziz, Coxs Bazar 

Representational photo Bigstock

BGB says the Rohingyas were in possession of 20,000 yaba pills and two sharp weapons
Three suspected drug dealers, including two Rohingya youths, have been shot dead in separate so-called gunfights with Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) in Cox’s Bazar.

Friday, April 12, 2019

Six arrested with 85,000 yaba pills

The Daily Star  
Friday, "April 12, 2019"


Police in separate drives arrested six people including three Rohingyas and seized 85,000 yaba
tablets from their possession in Chattogram city on Wednesday night and yesterday morning.

The three Rohingyas were identified as Abu Taher, 22, Md Ismail, 28, and Md Mubarak, 27, hailing from
Teknaf Jadimura Rohingya Camp. They were arrested with 50,000 yaba tablets from Bridge Ghat area.
Acting on a tip-off, police conducted the drive around 10pm on Wednesday, said Md Mohsin,
officer-in-charge(OC) of Kotwali Police Station.

Other arrestees -- Md Mamun, 24, Jubaer, 18, and Abu Bakar Siddique, 20 -- are residents of the city's
Firingi Bazar area. They had 35,000 yaba tablets while they were going to Chattogram from Teknaf on
a microbus at 8am, said OC Mohsin.

“During primary interrogation, the arrestees admitted that they carried the yaba tablets from Teknaf to
sell those in Chattogram city and other parts of the country,” he added.

Friday, March 29, 2019

2 Rohingya men held with Yaba in Chandpur

UNB
UNB News
Publish Date - March 29, 2019,



Chandpur, Mar 29 (UNB) – Police arrested two Rohingya men along with 1500 Yaba pills from Kacha Colony in the district town on Thursday.

The arrestees are Mizanur Rahman and Mohammad Russel.

When the two young men were moving around suspiciously a team of police challenged them and recovered the Yaba pills after searching their bodies, said Nasim Uddin, officer-in-charge of Chandpur Model Police Station.

A case was filed in this connection. 

Monday, March 4, 2019

Myanmar police seize massive haul of meth pills

Mail Online
  By Afp

Myanmar authorities seized more than 10 million meth pills worth $13.3 million over the weekend, police said Monday, another massive haul in a country widely believed to be the world's largest methamphetamine producer.

High-grade crystal meth -- or 'ice' -- is smuggled out of Myanmar via sophisticated networks to lucrative developed markets as far away as Japan, South Korea and Australia.

Monday, February 18, 2019

Drug 'godfathers' surrender to Bangladesh police

THE ASEAN POST
17 February 2019


Bangladeshi men who surrendered to authorities and admitted their involvement in the drug trade sit together as they are surrounded by police personnel in a coastal town in the border region next to Myanmar's northern Rakhine state on 16 February, 2019. (STR / AFP Photo)

Some 102 Bangladeshi meth dealers have surrendered to authorities at a pre-scheduled ceremony in a coastal town, officials said Saturday, as a Philippines-style anti-narcotics crackdown sows fear among kingpins.

Bangladesh last year launched a "war" on drugs following a proliferation of illegal substances in the South Asian nation of 165 million people, mostly of cheap methamphetamine pills known as "yaba".

Monday, January 28, 2019

Rohingya man killed in Bangladesh refugee camp ‘in feud over share of yaba trade’

Cox’s Bazar Correspondent, bdnews24.com Published: 28 Jan 2019 01:47 AM BdST
 
A Rohingya man has been killed at a camp in Bangladesh in what the refugees suspect the result of a feud over share of money from yaba trade.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Rohingya Refugee Robbed, Arrested and Charged in Bangladesh

Aadil Mohammad Jan 15, 2019 Rohingya Today

Cox's Bazaar — A Rohingya refugee was robbed by policemen in Bangladesh's camps on 1 January 2019, and later arrested and detained under 'Tax Evasion' charges, according to reliable reports.