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British father as well as son died after suspected poisoning in Bangladesh.

Rafikul Islam, 51, and his son Mahikul, aged 16, were found unconscious along with other members of them family on Tuesday afternoon.

They both died on them way to the hospital, while the wife of Islam Husnar, 45, and their other two children, Samira, 20, and Sadikul, 24, were treated.

Husnar and Samira remain in a critical condition in intensive care, while Sadykul is doing well.

family from Cardiff, were on bimonthly holiday visited relatives and rented an apartment in in city of Sylhet.

Farid Uddin, Superintendent Bangladesh The police said: “After discussing the general situation with doctors and after examining the scene, we believe that this could be the case of poisoning.

“Another people in in building close relatives of victims. We questioned them.

“At this point, we believe they fell asleep after dinner. last night. This should be explored further. How were they poisoned? How are they die? We can confirm after the investigation.

It was originally thought that the incident down to food poisoning, but the police subsequently launched an investigation.

Family members are known to have flown away out in Bangladesh.

‘BUT complete shock – did not drown in’

Master Islam paid tribute back in Cardiff.

Mohammed Haroun, general secretary of Bangladesh Cardiff Association used for work with his.

Mr. Islam was a member of local football and badminton teamshe said, adding, “He was a very good man, a very helpful man. who was constantly in the mosque and constantly worked with in community.”

Muhibur Islam, of Jalalia Mosque and Islamic Education Center, said Mr. Islam was “a very beloved and respected member of in community”.

“It was complete shock, it still hasn’t sunk in for everyone, he added.

A spokesman for the Foreign Office said: “We are providing consular assistance to the British family after the incident in Bangladesh and in contact with local authorities”.

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