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Four cattle traders lose everything after having cucumbers in bus

Published : Monday, 17 June, 2024 at 6:31 PM  Count : 1026

Four cattle traders lose everything after having cucumbers in bus

Four cattle traders lose everything after having cucumbers in bus

Four cattle traders have lost Tk 8 lakh being fell victims to Aggyan (dope) Party members in bus while returning homes selling cattle in sacrificial animal market in Kushtia.

The traders were Yusuf, 50, Alal, 37, Jalal, 22. and Jinnah, 32. They hail from different villages in Osmanpur union under Khoksha upazila in Kushtia district.

The traders were admitted to a hospital after rescuing.

It is learnt that four cattle traders were returning home by a passenger bus from Narayanganj after selling their cattle. They fell unconscious after having cucumbers on their way to home. Then the bus driver contacted with the relatives of sick traders at home. After rescuing them from the bus, they were admitted to Khoksha Upazila Health Complex after 1:00am.

Visiting the hospital, this correspondent found that lying on the hospital bed, Alal was saying whatever he liked. His family members surrounded him. The family members said he went to the sacrificial animal market with six cattle. Of the amount, he sent the money after selling three cattle. He was returning home with Tk 4.5 lakh after selling the rest of the cattle.
Upazila Health Complex's emergency department's deputy assistant medical officer Biplob Sarker said the condition of the patients was more or less normal. However, it would take time to return their full consciousness.

END/CORRESPONDENT/SZA

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