Published:  04:07 PM, 27 December 2017

Rohingya man held with 35,000 yaba

Rohingya man held with 35,000 yaba
A Rohingya man has been held at Cox’s Bazar’s Teknaf with 35,000 pieces of contraband yaba tablets  on Tuesday night from Teknaf's Jadimura area of Hnila Union in Cox's Bazar.

The arresteeRashid Ullah, 35, is a son of Bashir Ahmed hailing from Dongkhali of Mongdu in Myanmar.

Rashid was detained for his suspicious activities from Hnila union last night. He had a polythene bag with him which contained 35,000 pieces of yaba, the official said.

Rashid was then handed over to Teknaf police station. A case has been filed against him.

The officer in charge of Teknaf model police station, Md Mainuddin Khan said, Rashid will be presented in Cox's Bazar judicial magistrate court on Wednesday.

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