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Sailors of the hijacked Bangladeshi ship have been identified

M Iqbal Hossain chottogram Bureau 280 Time View
Update : Tuesday, March 12, 2024

Crew of the hijacked Bangladeshi ship MV Abdullah from the Indian Ocean has been identified.

Bangladeshi ship MV Abdullah was captured by Somali pirates in the Indian Ocean.

Somali pirates took control of the ship at around 12 o’clock Bangladesh time on Tuesday (March 12). There are 23 Bangladeshi hostages in the ship.

The ship was bound for Dubai, carrying coal from Mozambique, Africa. From a crew list of that ship, it is known that Rashed Mohammad Abdur of Chittagong is the master of MV Abdullah, Khan Mohammad Atiq Ullah of Chittagong is the chief officer, Chowdhury Mazharul Islam of Chittagong is the second officer, Islam Md of Faridpur is the third officer. Tarekul, Hossain Md. of Tangail is a deck cadet. Sabbir

Besides, Naogaon Shahiduzzaman ASM is the chief engineer, Khulnar Islam Md is the second engineer. Toufiqul, Netrakona’s Uddin is the third engineer. Rocon, Ahmed Tanveer of Chittagong as fourth engineer, Than Ayyub of Laxmipur as engine cadet, Ullah Ibrahim Khalil as electrician, Haq Mohammad Anwarul of Noakhali as Abil seaman (sailor), Rahman Md of Chittagong. Asifur, Md. Hossain of Chittagong. Sajjad, Mohammad Joy of Natore as ordinary seaman, Haque Md. of Sirajganj. Nazmul, Haque Ainul of Chittagong, Shamsuddin Mohammad of Chittagong, Hossain Md of Barisal are as wallers. Ali, Shakil Mosharraf Hossain of Chittagong as fireman, Islam Md of Chittagong as chief cook. Shafiqul, Chittagong’s Uddin Mohammad Noor as general steward and Noakhali’s Ahmed Mohammad Saleh as fighter.

A sailor on the ship said that about a hundred pirates surrounded the ship in small boats. Later they boarded the ship armed and took control. At this time panic spread among sailors and crew. However, the pirates did not attack any sailor, said the sailor.

Stating that the ship is being taken to the coast of Somalia, he also said that the Bangladeshi sailors have been locked in a cabin. On the other hand, the ship is being taken towards the coast of Somalia with the captain.

It is known that the vessel MV Abdullah was operated under SR Shipping. Earlier in 2010, the ship of the same company, MV Jahan Moni, fell into the hands of Somali pirates. After 3 long months the ship was freed with 26 sailors.

According to the owner of the ship, efforts are underway to bring the ship and sailors back.

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