So far, 18 cases have been registered in Brahmanbaria for vandalism and clashes with various organizations including the Press Club. Police have so far arrested 21 people in these cases.
According to police sources, 15 cases have been registered in Sadar police station, two in Ashuganj police station and one in Sarail police station. Among the accused in these cases, the police of Sadar police station have arrested 16 people and the police of Ashuganj police station have arrested three people. Twelve people were killed in clashes between Hefazat supporters from last Friday to Sunday.
Meanwhile, Inspector General of Police is coming to Brahmanbaria on Thursday. He is expected to visit various places of attack and vandalism.
Brahmanbaria Sadar Police OC (investigation) said. Shahjahan Mia said, “So far 15 cases including press club have been filed in the police station.”
Ashuganj police (OC) said. Jabed Mahmud said, ‘So far there have been two cases. Three people have been arrested.
Sarail Police Station (OC) Nazmul Ahmed said, “One case has been registered in the police station.”
Brahmanbaria became a battlefield on March 26 during the Hifazat strike. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. During this time, they attacked and vandalized various government offices and institutions.
Like other days, he went back to the market to have tea with his classmates. He told his mother that he would return home before evening after finishing work. He returned home, but in the evening he passed away. Seeing the procession in the market, he went to the procession and fell in the crowd. As the procession moved forward, the law enforcers chased and clashed with the protesters. Kauser (22). Four people were killed in a clash between police and BGB in Nandanpur area of Budhal Union on Comilla-Sylhet highway in Brahmanbaria’s Sadar upazila at 5pm on Saturday (March 26). One of the four said. Kauser. The young man was shot dead in a clash between Hefazat-e-Islam and local law enforcement agencies. He further said, ‘My brother is doing politics, he can’t even say the name of any organization, but he had to be shot dead in the procession today. Who do we ask for justice today? My uncle is not alive, who will take care of their family, who will run it? ‘ What was the fault of this innocent boy?
Hefazat-e-Islam Bangladesh has been protesting for some time over the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Bangladesh. Later on March 26, new protests broke out in Hathazari Madrasa and Brahmanbaria in Chittagong, including the capital Dhaka. Later, when the tension increased in Brahmanbaria, it spread around the district.