24 more supporters of the Muslim fundamentalist group Hifazat-e-Islam have been arrested in connection with the genocide incident in Bangladesh. So far 54 cases have been registered in connection with this incident and 261 militants have been arrested.
On March 27, at least five people were killed and around 50 others were injured, 25 of whom were policemen, in a clash between security forces and militants at Nandanpur in Sadar Upazila.
According to the Special Branch of the Brahminbaria District Police on Friday, the violence was carried out by the militant organization Hifazat-e-Islam in Brahmanbaria between 26 and 31 March. They are being arrested from different parts of the district.
Several other establishments, including the Central Library, famous artist Ustad Alauddin Khan Academy, Anandamayi Kali Mandir, Press Club, Railway Station, Police Station, Land Office, Office of the ruling party Awami League, were set on fire by hundreds of supporters of Hifajat during this violent incident. Was given
During their nationwide bandh called from morning to evening, members of the militant group set fire to three buildings in other districts including Chattogram, including the railway station at Brahmanbaria Sadar Upazila, land office, Hathajari and other districts Many police stations are involved.