Publish: 03 Jul 2021, 10:39 pm
The case of the horrific blast in Moghbazar has been
transferred to the Counter-Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) unit of the
police. As of Saturday, 11 people had been killed in the blast.
Earlier, the police formed an investigation committee with Md Asaduzzaman, the chief DIG of CTTC, as the head, and Rahmat Ullah Chowdhury, the ADC of the organization, as the member secretary. A separate investigation committee of the Fire Service and Civil Defense has also started an investigation into the accident.
Sources said that when the members of the investigation committee visited the area on Saturday, they saw another open gas line next to the accident site. It is connected to the main gas line in the area. There is another residential building next to the building from which the accident took place. The gas line is unprotected in the corner of this building. Gas bubbles are constantly coming out from there. Titus will be officially notified by the investigation committee. However, several residents of the area have expressed their concerns to the investigating officers. The CID has also started the forensic examination of various signs recovered from the spot.
As of Saturday, 11 people had been killed in the blast. Some of the injured are still undergoing treatment. Earlier, the police had filed a case with the Ramna Police Station over the horrific blast in Maghbazar. Unidentified persons have been accused in the case filed on the charge of negligence.
According to the statement of the case, mismanagement of the collapsed building owner, old electrical transmission line, faulty gas management, use, and negligence of unauthorized gas and electrical equipment of tenant shopkeeper Sharma House, unauthorized use of unauthorized gas and electrical equipment in Bengal Met And the use and negligence of electrical equipment or the unauthorized storage of electrical electronics on the second floor or the negligent supply of gas by the Titas Gas Company or the faulty connection of the power transmission company or the unplanned and negligent work of the City Corporation in front of the scene.