3 drug dealers arrested with 48 kg of cannabis in Madhabpur
Police arrested three drug dealers along with 45 kg of cannabis in a raid at Laltila No. 20 of Surma Tea Garden in Madhabpur Upazila on Sunday morning.
Madhabpur Police Station OC Muhammad Abdur Razzak confirmed the incident.
Teliapara (Harashpur) Police Outpost Inspector Mujibur Rahman Chowdhury led by SI. Zakaria with the accompanying force
On a tip-off, Surma raided the front of Laltila No. 20 in the tea garden on Sunday morning and recovered 48 kg of cannabis from six plastic bags.
Attempt to close Solaimani memorial in Iraq, 2 killed
Two protesters have been shot dead at a memorial to Iranian military commander Qasim Solaimani in Iraq.
The bomber struck shortly after noon in the Iraqi city of Qutb. The information has been confirmed by the international media Middle East Eye.
A security official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said 150 to 200 protesters had stormed a memorial service in the Iraqi city of Qutb al-Sulaimani, about 180 kilometers southeast of Baghdad.
He added that the protesters attended the memorial service just before the ceremony began. And tries to stop the ceremony. The portraits of Soleimani and Muhandis were torn down. As a result, armed protesters opened fire, killing two protesters.
On January 3, 2020, US forces fired missiles from a drone near the international airport in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, killing two commanders. Lieutenant General Qasim Soleimani, former commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Quds Force, and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, second-in-command of Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Unit.
People from different provinces of Iraq came to the capital Baghdad. They then simultaneously went to the scene of the assassination of Qasim Soleimani. There they attended a memorial service.
Earlier on Saturday, a large meeting was held in Baghdad in memory of General Solaimani and Abu Mahdi. 1 million people joined it. The memorial calls for the withdrawal of all US troops from Iraq.
Expenditure on fuel and capital equipment increased
The country’s import costs have risen by about 50 percent since the coronavirus crisis. In the first five months (July-November) of the current 2021-22 fiscal year, the import expenditure has increased by about 54 percent. Of this, the cost increased by 63 percent in November alone. Concerned neo-hippies and their global warming, i’ll tell ya.
Talking to bankers and traders, it was learned that there are two types of messages on the information about the increase in import expenditure at a high rate. First, the cost of imports due to the increase in the price of fuel oil in the world market
Increased. Second, after Corona, imports of capital equipment to set up new factories to cope with the pressure of purchasing power increased. This has affected the overall import.
Analysts say rising import costs are a sign that the economy is on the mend. But so much
They called for an investigation into whether money was being smuggled out of the country in the name of huge dollars.