Saturday, September 22, 2012

Rangamati attack update 2: One Jumma missing


News No. 96/2012, Saturday, September 22, 2012

One report says a Jumma auto rickshaw driver has been missing. He was attacked at Banarupa in front of Mazumder’s shop. He is believed to have been killed and the Bengalis have hid his body. His name could not be known.

More injured:

1. Palash Tanchangya son of Jotish Tanchangya, first year student of Science Department, Rangamati Government College. He said Bengalis entered a class room in Rangamati Government College and beat up several Jumma studnets including himself.

2. Subrata Chakma, first year student of Science Department, Rangamati Government College. He lives in Biharpur, Rangamati.

3. Sushapru Marma, an employee of Rangamati District Council.

4. Kalaya Tanchangya son of Amullyo Ratan Tanchangya was also injured. He is an eighth grader at Rangamati Government High School.
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