Rohingya man killed as rival groups clash in Cox's Bazar

Sun Online Desk

26th January, 2021 03:40:40 printer

Rohingya man killed as rival groups clash in Cox's Bazar

A man was killed in a clash between two groups of Rohingyas at Tanjimarkhola Rohingya camp in Ukhia upazila early hours of Tuesday.

The deceased was identified as Mohammad Jabed, 20, son of Mohammad Ismail, a resident of D / 4 block of Tanjimarkhola Rohingya camp in Palangkhali union of the upazila.

Mohammad Tariqul Islam Tariq, Superintendent of Police in Cox's Bazar and commander of 16 Armed Police Battalion (APBN) confirmed the matter to media.

According to eyewitnesses and APBN sources, 10 to 12 armed men led by Mozammel alias Sheikh and Maulvi Yunus of the Rohingya camp were passing through the D / 6 block at 1:00 am. At that time, seven to eight people led by Nurul Hakim alias Manuia of Ghonarpara in Palangkhali way laid them. Later, both the groups locked in a clash which left Jabed injured.

He was later rescued and taken to a Rohingya camp health center where the on-duty doctor declared him dead.


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