Police on Monday submitted a chargesheet against 29 Rohingya people in connection with the murder of their leader Mohib Ullah.
Cox’s Bazar Additional Superintendent of Police Rafiqul Islam said of the charge-sheeted accused, 15 are now in jail while 14 others remained fugitive.
They fired four shots at Mohib Ullah and fled the scene using a lane behind Mohib Ullah’s house.
On September 30 of the same year, police filed a case the murder following a complaint from his brother Habib Ullah.
On August 25, 2019, Mohib Ullah came to the limelight as a leader after holding an assembly of around five lakh Rohingyas.