A Chhatra Dal chief was shot lifeless in a conflict between the activists of BNP and its affiliate our bodies and the police in Brahmanbaria on Saturday(19 November).
Md Noyon (22) was the vice chairman of Sonarampur Union Chhatra Dal unit in Bancharampur upazila of Brahmanbaria. At least 10 different leaders and activists of Chhatra Dal and Jubo Dal had been injured within the conflict, stated sources on the BNP.
Noor-e-Alam, officer in cost (OC) of Bancharampur police station, stated six policemen had been injured within the conflict. The injured cops embrace OC Noor-e-Alam, Inspector (Investigation) Tarun Kanti, Sub-Inspectors Afzal and Bikiran Chakma and Constables Shafiq and Biswajit.
Ataur Rahman, member secretary of Brahmanbaria Municipality unit of Chhatra Dal, stated leaders and activists of BNP and its affiliate our bodies introduced out a peaceable rally and had been distributing leaflets forward of BNP’s divisional rally in Cumilla, slated for 26 November.
“The police halted the rally and detained three of our men. When we tried to stop them, a scuffle ensued and at one point the police shot Noyon in the stomach,” stated Ataur Rahman.
Noyon was rescued in vital situation and brought to Bancharampur Upazila Health Complex. Later, when he was taken to the Dhaka Medical College Hospital, the docs on obligation there declared him lifeless, stated Shah Aziz Shaon, joint convener of Bancharampur Upazila Chhatra Dal.
Md Sirajul Islam, further superintendent of police for Nabinagar circle, Brahmanbaria, stated the BNP males pelted stones and bricks on the police and tried to grab weapons from them. Later, the police fired clean photographs to convey the state of affairs underneath management.
How Noyon was shot is being investigated, stated the extra superintendent of police.
Two BNP males had been detained over the incident, stated sources on the police.