UNHCR officer’s body found in Cox’s Bazar missing

UkhiyaNews desk::

Four days after the disappearance of Cox’s Bazar, the body of the UN official Ethiopian Solaiman Mulatara was recovered. On Thursday morning, his body was recovered from Sonadia Channel of the Bay of Bengal.

Confirming the recovery of the body of additional police superintendent of Cox’s Bazar Solaiman Mulatara.

Solaiman Mulata was working as UNHCR’s Security Officer of the United Nations Refugee Agency.

He used to stay at a residential hotel in Cottage, Cox’s Bazar.

He disappeared on July 30.

Cox’s Bazar Additional Superintendent of Police, Officer-in-Charge of Raju Rokul Haque Tutul said a body was trapped in the fishermen’s trap at Sonadia’s Purbpara Sea point in Maheshkhali. On Thursday morning, the dead body was rescued by fishermen. Police reached the spot after getting the news. The body is distorted by the body. There are three dollars in clothing pockets on the body of the dead and a card with some 10,000 rupees and some papers are seen. The card found in the mortal pocket was confirmed by UN official Mulatar. The body was recovered to the morgue of Cox’s Bazar Sadar Hospital.

UNHCR’s security officer Suoliman Mulatta leaves the hotel to go to the Rohingya camp on Monday 30 July.

Every day he returned to the hotel after work, but he did not return from Monday. The matter was informed to the UNHCR authorities on behalf of the hotel.


On receiving the body of Solaiman Mulata, UNICEF official, Iftekhar Uddin Baijid of Cox’s Bazar, told that the body of Solaiman Mulatar was recovered from the police. They left for the scene.