JUBA MAHILA LEAGUE LEADER ARRESTED AFTER PHENSEDYL FOUND IN HER HOUSE

Police in Savar's Ashulia have arrested a leader of the ruling Awami League's front for young women on charges of selling Indian cough syrup 'Phensedyl', banned in Bangladesh for its recreational abuse.

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