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He went missing for three days while taking the job test

He went missing for three days while taking the job test
He went missing for three days while taking the job test

Mahmud Alam Arif.

Mymensingh: A young man named Mahmud Alam Arif (29) from Kachizhuli area of ​​Mymensingh city has gone missing while giving a job test in a private company in Gazipur.

Three days have passed since he went missing, but he has not been found yet.

His family members are spending days worrying about this.

Jannat Mishu, the wife of the missing Arif, said that my husband Mahmud Alam Arif left his home in Mymensingh around 5:45 am last Wednesday (August 31) to take a job test in a leather company in Gazipur. I talked to him on the bus journey too, took a selfie on Facebook but his mobile was switched off after 9 am. So far it has not been possible to contact him.

A General Diary (GD) was made at Mymensingh’s Kotwali police station on Thursday (September 1) the day after the incident.

Kotwali Model Police Station Officer-in-Charge (OC) Shah Kamal Akand confirmed the matter.

He said, phone tracking showed that Arif’s mobile connection was last in Uttara, Dhaka. The incident is in Dhaka but we are trying our best from our side.

It is known that Mahmud Alam Arif, Trishal’s national poet Kazi Nazrul completed BBA and MBA from Human Research Management (HRM) department of Islam University.

Bangladesh Time: 1553 hours, September 03, 2022

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