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‘Killers snatch my son’s dream of becoming policeman’


'Killers snatch my son's dream of becoming policeman'
'Killers snatch my son's dream of becoming policeman'

Sabbir wanted to be a police officer when he grew up. But before that the life lamp of this poor schoolboy was extinguished. Police on Saturday recovered the handcuffed body of schoolboy Sabbir Biswas, 15, from a field in North Dayarampur area of ​​Faridpur Sadar Upazila’s Ambikapur Union.

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Sabbir Biswas’s house is in Ashiruddin Munsirdangi village near Kalur Bazar in Charmadhabdia union of Faridpur Sadar upazila. Sabbir is the second of 4 brothers. He was an eighth grade student of Padmarchar High School, North Channel Union, Faridpur Sadar.

Police believe Sabbir was killed for hijacking a battery-powered rickshaw. Sabbir’s father Alamgir Biswas has filed a murder case with Faridpur Kotwali Police Station on Saturday night.

Meanwhile, Sajida Begum, the mother of Sabbir, lost her son and went crazy. Visiting Sabbir’s house on Sunday afternoon, it was seen that Sajeda Begum was weeping profusely over her son’s grief. Although his relatives tried to calm him down, he kept on mourning his son.

After losing her son, Sajeda Begum, almost mad, shouted, ‘Oh, my father, where did you go? There is a fire burning in my chest. My chest is gone, Ray. You come back, play. Who will call me mother Boila? ‘

In a tearful voice, Sabbir’s mother added, What a defeat for me. The killers took away my son’s dream of becoming a policeman. ‘

Meanwhile, in Sabir’s house in Ashiruddin Munsirdangi village, there is an impression of poverty almost everywhere. Dochala is a tin house. Tin rice and jute fence on one side, chapra on the other side. It goes without saying that there is no furniture in the two rooms of the earthen floor hut.

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Rabbi Biswas, Sabbir’s elder brother, said, ‘Sabbir had a hobby of raising pigeons. He saved money and bought 6 local pigeons at different times. Sabbir used to get up in the morning and open the door of the pigeon, give him food and close the door at night.


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