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Female teacher’s throat-slit body recovered in Rangamati

Police recovered the throat-slit body of an indigenous female school teacher from her own house in Longdu upazila in Rangamati on Sunday.

The deceased was identified as Pensy Chakma, 35, teacher of a school run by UNICEF and daughter of Debdash Chakma, said Ariful Amin, Officer-in-Charge of Longdu police station

The body was recovered from her home at Ultachari hilly area at Atarakchara ward-8 in the upazila

Babu Ajay Mitra Chakma, chairman of Atarakchara Union Parishad, said Pensy used to work as a local community worker for UNICEF and used to live alone.

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“On Sunday morning some children went to get tuition in her house they found the body and locals later called police,” said the UP chairman.

“The matter is under investigation and the culprits will be identified soon,” said OC Ariful Amin.

Source: United News of Bangladesh