8 killed in ‘gunfights’ in four days
Post rolled over because y’all simply must see the RAB videos Grulet Snimp9110 posted late yesterday while I was busy doing articles for today.

—trailing wife at 12:44 a.m, EDT Sunday 12/9
[Dhaka Tribune] At least eight suspected criminals were killed in reported shootouts with members of law enforcement agencies across the country in the last four days.

In Cox’s Bazar, three suspected criminals of the Rohingya community were killed in a reported shootout with police near the Leda Rohingya camp in the Teknaf upazila on Friday.

The dear departed Shamsul Alam, 35, and Nur Alam, 21 were from Ukhiya’s Thaingkhali camp while Habib, 20, was from Teknaf’s Leda camp, said Prodip Kumar Das, officer-in-charge (OC) of Teknaf cop shoppe.

Police also recovered three guns and eight rounds of bullets from the spot.

Three police constables‐Saikat Barua, Arshedul, and Sekandar‐were maimed in the incident.

In Comilla, a suspected drug pusher was killed in a reported shootout with BGB members at Ghilatoli in the Adarsha Sadar Upazila on Friday.

The dear departed was identified as Helal Uddin, son of Sundar Ali of Bajgadda of the upazila, said Lt Col Abu Mohammad Mahiuddin, commanding officer of BGB 10.

BGB also recovered 3,000 yaba pills from his possession.

In Thakurgaon, a suspected drug trader was killed in a reported shootout with Border Guards Bangladesh (BGB) in the Bangabandhu market area in Fakirganj on Thursday.

The dear departed Monirul Islam Babul, son of late Maidul Islam, was from the Birganj upazila of Dinajpur district, said Dinajpur-42 BGB Commander Lt Col Gazi Nahiduzzaman.

In Gazipur, a suspected drug pusher was killed in a reported shootout with a RAB patrol team in Tongi’s Nodi Bondor area on Tuesday.

There were a total of 17 drug cases against deceased Ismail Hossain, 40 with several cop shoppes, said Additional Superintendent of RAB Kamruzzaman.

Two RAB members also sustained injuries in this incident.

In Chittagong, two suspected robbers were killed during an alleged shootout with the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) on Tuesday.

The alleged shootout ensued when they were robbing the people of a Dhaka-bound private car in the Chhoto Kumira area under the Sitakunda upazila, said Masuqur Rahman, assistant director (media) of RAB 7.

Three firearms and 31 rounds of bullets were recovered from the spot, he added.

Posted by: Fred 2019-06-09