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Two models remanded in separate drug cases

03 August 2021
Two models remanded in separate drug cases


News Desk :
Two separate courts here on Monday placed two female models on three-day remand each in two separate cases lodged under narcotics control act.
The two accused are Faria Mahbub Piasa and Mariyam Akter Mou, reports BSS.
Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Shahidul Islam placed Piasa on three-day remand as police produced her before the court and pleaded to take her on 10-day remand in the case filed with Gulshan Police Station.
On the other hand, Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Asheq Imam placed Mou on three-day remand as police produced her before the court and pleaded to place her on 10-day remand in the case lodged with Mohammadpur Police Station.
Detective branch (DB) of police in simultaneous raids detained Piasa from her Baridhara flat and Mou from her Mohammadpur flat on Sunday night and recovered different narcotics from their houses.
Police conducted the raids acting on allegations of their involvement with a blackmailing gang. According to the police, Piasa and Mou used to lure the young people of high class society to their flats and supply them with different drugs. As the unsuspecting person loses his or her senses, Piasa, Mou and their gang members used to take their intimate photographs.
Later,  they used to blackmail the persons with the photographs and realize huge sums of money from them.

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