Javed Iqbal Chowdhury, Cox's Bazar: The Coast Guard members recovered 13 gold bars after searching the ship carrying goods from Myanmar at Teknaf port. At this time, Jamal Majhi was arrested but released. Although Teknaf station officer Lt. Commander Md. Ashiq Ahmed said otherwise. He said, On Saturday night, these bars were recovered by raiding Baraitli area adjacent to Teknaf land port. However, it was not possible to arrest anyone. On Sunday morning, Coast Guard's Teknaf station officer Lt. Commander Md. Ashiq Ahmed said that he along with a team of Coast Guard took position in Baraitli Para Forest area on the news that gold was being smuggled in a trawler from Myanmar. At that time, when he saw a suspect and gave a signal to stop, he sensed the presence of the Coast Guard and dropped a sack and entered inside the parabon. Later, the abandoned sack was searched and 13 gold bars were recovered. About 30 kg of powder (sweet) is also found in that bag. The station officer also said that the value of the recovered gold bars is 1 crore fifty two lakh forty five thousand taka. Meanwhile, it was found that a ship carrying goods from Myanmar came to Teknaf Shal Port, a certain Jamal Majhi. Coast Guard members searched the boat loaded with goods of Jamal Majhi at the Coast Guard jetty before Teknaf port. At one point, the members of the Coast Guard recovered the gold bar. Jamal Majhi and the cargo boat were released by maneuver. Later the goods and the boat arrived at the port. There were a total of 30 gold bars in that boat. Besides, according to a source, Jamal, the boatman, tricked the real gold owner by tricking the coast guard and disappearing a part of the total gold bar. Jamal Majhi was seen at Teknaf Shoal port on Sunday afternoon. At that time he also confessed to having 30 gold bars under the guise of talking to some of the local border traders. Moreover, the hull of that boat. who was known as "Boli" in the port. He was not seen in the port since morning. Many believe that he may have had several gold bars in his hand. On the other hand, if the Coast Guard conducts a major operation in Teknaf, it cooperates by giving information to local journalists through press conferences. But this is the first time he has organized an exclusive press conference. Where some electronic media news workers have been called from Cox's Bazar city 100 km away without inviting local news workers. About which the mystery has been created. Founder President of Teknaf Press Club, Chayed Hoshain said, "The real story will come out when Rohingya Jamal Majhi is interrogated."