Dhaka: Three people were killed in 'gunfight' in Dhaka, Natore and Rajshahi. These 'gunfights' were started on Wednesday (1 August) from the last night on Wednesday (1 August).
News from the District Correspondents of Bangalnews:
Keraniganj (Dhaka): Monir was killed in the gunfight with the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) in Keraniganj, the top terrorist SIX fifth in Mohammadpur.
A 'gunfight' was organized in Ati Bhawal area under Keraniganj Model Police Station on Wednesday (1 August).
RAB-2 senior badistant superintendent of police. Rabiul Islam confirmed to banglanews that Monir Mohammadpur's top terrorist, he is known as "Sixth Five Monir". There are more than 10 cases involving robbery and weapons in the police station.
Meanwhile, a drug dealer named Kabbal Hossain (45) was killed in 'gunfight' with RAB in Natore's Barraigram upazila on Tuesday (July 31st). Two RAB members were injured in this incident.
RAB-5, Natore camp Squad commander and badistant police superintendent. Ajmal Hossain confirmed the matter to banglanews, at that time the foreign pistol, magazines, guns shells, 280 pieces yaba and two torch lights were recovered from the spot.
Later, Baraigram Thana Officer-in-Charge (OC) Dilip Kumar Das confirmed the name of the deceased as Kabbal Hossain. At the same time, he has 13 cases related to drug-related drug. On the other hand, a drug vendor named Abdur Rashid, 45, was killed in 'gunfight' with Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) in Tarash area under Belpukur thana of Rajshahi on Tuesday night.
RAB-5 Rajshahi Deputy Commander Major AFM Ashraful Islam told banglanews that he has 17 cases including drug and smuggling in different police stations of Rajshahi district. He is a marked drug dealer from Rajshahi.
He also said that at that time foreign pistols, magazines, two rounds of bullets and 57 bottles of Phensidyl were recovered from the spot.
** Top Terrorist Sixty killed in gunfight 'Five Man killed'
** Drug dealers killed in 'gunfight' in Baraigram
** killed in a gunfight with RAB in Rajshahi [1 9459009]
Bangladesh Time: 1025 hours, August 01, 2018
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