Abu Musa’s body recovered from Madhumati after 38hrs
Published: 11:24 AM, 30 August 2020 Updated: 05:11 PM, 30 August 2020
Snail Constable Abu Musa with his 7-month old son Anas
The body of Abu Musa Rezwan, a police constable who drowned after being hit by a pillar of a bridge under construction on the Madhumati River at Lohagarh in Narail, has been recovered after 38 hours.
The body was recovered from Mangalhata area around 8:30 am on Sunday.
The body was found floating in the Mangalhata area, about two kilometers south of Kalna Ghat. Later, with the help of local people, Musa's body was recovered and taken home.
Constable Abu Musa Rezwan, a resident of Chanchai village in Lohagarh upazila and working at the police headquarters, set out on a journey on the Madhurmati river Friday (Aug 28) with six family members including his 7-month-old son, wife. On reaching the bridge under construction at the Kalna ferry terminal, Abu Musa Rezwan, along with his seven-month-old baby Anas, fell into the river when he collided with a pillar due to strong waves.
He could not carry the baby because of the waves. After that, the divers of the Navy and Fire Service conducted a rescue operation but could not find them.
Lohagarh Police Station OC Syed Ashiqur Rahman said the body was found floating in the morning.