Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Jumma shops searched in Ghilachari

chtnews.com
News No. 106/2014, Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The army soldiers on Monday night (24 November) searched four shops belonging to Jumma people, including that of Sumita Chakma, a member of Ghilachari Union Council, in Ghilachari bazaar under Naniachar Upazila of Rangamati district.

According to local sources, in a joint operation a group of army personnel from Rangamati Brigade and Ghilachari camp raided Ghilachari bazaar and searched the shops.

The soldiers first tried to break into the shops, but when the owners got the news of the army’s action, they went there and opened their shops for the army.

The shops belong to Sumita Chakma, Krishna Banshi Chakma, 35, Mongol Chakma, 26, and Motilal Chakma.

The army also snatched away their mobile phones and checked the phone numbers saved on the phones.

The army later left the bazaar as they found nothing incriminating during the search.


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