DB members arrested them from Dhaka early Monday. The arrestees were involved in human trafficking
Dhaka Metropolitan Police's Detective Branch (DB) arrested four including a broker, a trafficker and the owner of the Libya camp in connection with the killings of 26 Bangladeshis in Libya.
DMP deputy commissioner (media and public relations) Walid Hossain confirmed the matter to The Business Standard.
He said, DB members arrested them from Dhaka early Monday. The arrestees were involved in human trafficking.
Details will be disclosed after a press briefing scheduled to take place at the Dhaka Metropolitan Police media centre at 11:30am today, the official added.
Earlier on June 1, Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) arrested Kamal Hossain, 55, one of the masterminds of the human trafficking ring, in connection with the killings of 26 Bangladeshis in Libya.
A team of RAB-3 revealed important information from him about the smuggling ring.
On May 31, a total of three separate cases were filed in Madaripur and Kishoreganj over the gruesome killings of 26 Bangladeshi migrants in Libya.
A group of miscreants captivated some 38 Bangladeshis for ransom as the traffickers were escorting them to Tripoli from Benghazi across the desert of Libya. A total of 26 Bangladeshis were killed and 11 got injured on May 28.
Among the killed and injured migrants in Libya, 15 are from Madaripur, 9 from Kishoreganj, and the rest of them are from other districts.