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The 2 police officers who ruled the father of the victorious footballer Ankhi have been withdrawn

The 2 police officers who ruled the father of the victorious footballer Ankhi have been withdrawn
The 2 police officers who ruled the father of the victorious footballer Ankhi have been withdrawn

Two policemen in Sirajganj have been removed from duty and attached to the police line for misconduct with the father of Ankhi Khatun, a member of the team that won the Women’s Saf Championship.

On Thursday afternoon, Sirajganj Police Superintendent Ariful Islam Mandal told bdnews24.com that the two men were withdrawn and attached to the police line as the allegations of threats and threats to take them to the police station were initially proved.

Besides, the Additional Superintendent of Police (Shahzadpur Circle) has been given the responsibility to investigate the matter, said the Superintendent of Police.

These two policemen are ASI Mamunur Rashid and Constable Abu Musa of Shahjadpur police station.

ASI Mamunur Rashid and Constable Abu Musa went to sign a court notice on Wednesday afternoon. At that time, when Ankhi’s father did not agree to sign, these two policemen allegedly ‘misbehaved’ with him.

Later, when the matter was publicized in the media, severe criticism was created.

In this regard, Ankhi, a member of the defense of the Women’s Saf Champion team, said, “The police went to the police station and arrested my father with a paper about the land given to me by the government. After asking them to sign a paper, they said that if the father does not agree, they will take him to the police station.

The article is in Bengali

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