dd 2 Rohingya men killed in Cox’s Bazar clash

2 Rohingya men killed in Cox’s Bazar clash

Published: 04 Oct 2020   

Teknaf (Cox's Bazar) Correspondent

Two Rohingya men were killed and 10 others injured in a clash at Kutupalong camp of Ukhia upazila over establishing supremacy.

Ahamad Sanjur Morshed, officer-in-charge of Ukhia Police Station, said the clash took place on Sunday morning, leaving the duo dead.

The deceased were identified as Imam Sharif, 33 and Shamsul Alam, 45, residents of the camp.

On information, police recovered the bodies, said the OC, adding that legal action will be taken over the incident.


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