Rohingya camp attack: 275 people sued

2021-10-24, 6:22pm Crime


A case has been filled against 275 people in connection with the gun attack on a madrassa in Cox's Bazar’s Ukhia Rohingya camp.

Cox's Bazar, Oct 24 :  A case has been filled against 275 people in connection  with the  gun attack on  a madrassa in Cox's Bazar’s Ukhia Rohingya camp that left six Rohingyas dead.

Nurul Islam, father of victim Azizul Haque,  filed the case against 25 named people and  200-250 unnamed ones  at Ukhia police station, APBN Additional Superintendent of Police (Media) Kamran Hossain  said on Sunday morning.

APBN members have already arrested 10 people, including rive ‘ezhar’ listed accused,  in this connection, he said.

On Friday, a  predawn gun attack on Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama Al-Islamiyah Madrasa at Cox’s Bazar Ukhiya Rohingya Camp left six  people dead.

Police arrested a man named Muzibur Rahman  from the spot with a locally-made gun, 6 bullets and one knife.

The other nine arrested accused are Dildar Mabud alias Parvez, 32, son of Abu Tayub of Camp-8, Mohammad Ayub, 37, son of Syed Ahmed; Ferdous Amin, 40, son of Nur Bashar of Camp 9 and Abdul Majid, 24, son of Zahid Hossain; Mohammad Amin, 35, son of Ali Ahmed of Camp-13; Mohammad Yunus alias Fayez, 25, son of Abu Siddique, Zafar Alam, 45, son of Elias of Camp 12; Mohammad Zahid, 40, son of Omar Miah and Mohammad Amin, 48, son of Nazi Ahmed's, reports UNB.