THE army-backed Nobyo Mukhosh
Bahini vigilante group has given Monti Chakma’ family in Naniachar until 12
noon today to leave their village, after she had narrated her traumatic
experience during a month long captivity.
‘NMB chief Tapan Jyoti Chakma
alias Borma gave the order in a mobile call to her parents.’ a press release
issued by UPDF said.
Borma threatened them with
death if they defy his order, it added.
Hill Women’s Federation’s
general secretary Monti Chakma and its Rangamati unit’s general secretary
Doyasona Chakma were kidnapped by NMB vigilantes a la Boko
Haram Islamist militants in Nigeria on 18 March during an armed raid in Abashik
village in Kudukchari of Rangamati district.
THE army-backed JSS Reformist group kidnapped
three people, including two teenage boys, from Baghaichari Sadar in Rangamati
district on Friday.
A group of armed men belonging to the
Reformists led by Dontu Chakma took Bishwa Kalyan Chakma, 16, son of Sumoti
Chakma of Hazachari village, Sajek; Nishan Chakma, 17, son of Sunil Chakma of
the same village and Ripon Chakma, 30, son of Hengotya Chakma of Rupokari
village at 3 p.m. from Baghaichari town.
Jummas were injured, one of them seriously, on Thursday in attacks on Higher
Secondary Certificate examinees carried out separately by an army-backed JSS
Reformist group and Bengali settlers in Khagrachari town.
attack by JSS Reformists took place at 1:30 p.m. in front of the Cantonment’s
canteen as the Jumma students were returning home after attending an
examination in Khagrachari Cantonment Public School and College.