Two alleged robbers lynched in Southern Bangladesh

Two alleged robbers lynched in Southern Bangladesh


Dhaka- Two suspected forest robbers were killed in a lynch-mob attack following an internal feud at Sora village in Shyamnagar upazila on Monday evening.

The deceased were identified as M Obaidullah, 27, son of M Yeakub Ali, and M Hazrat Ali, 28, son of Yunus Ali of Parshemari village in the upazila.Chairman of Gabura union parishad Masudul Alam said Obaidullah and Hazrat had an altercation with the ringleader of a forest robber gang, Amer Ali, few days ago over the share of money.

As a sequel of the incident, Amer and his men caught the duo from Kateshwar area of the Sundarbans today afternoon and handed them over to the residents of Sora village in the evening.

The angry mob later gave the two suspected robbers a good beating, leaving them dead on the spot.

On information, police recovered the body.

Officer-in-charge of Shyamnagar Police Station Enamul Haque confirmed the incident, saying it happed due to internal conflict among the bandits.- News Desk


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