Extra Judicial Killing Goes On In Bangladesh

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Thursday, May 8, 2014

European Union expressed deep concern over the extra-judicial killings in Bangladesh.


EU Ambassador William Hanna expressed deep concern over the extra-judicial killings in Bangladesh

By Bangladesh Media: The European Union yesterday expressed deep concern over the recent incidents of abduction, murder, disappearance and extra-judicial killing in Bangladesh, and called for bringing the culprits to justice through proper investigations.

EU Ambassador William Hanna said the community had voiced concern in recent weeks over extra-judicial killings and harassment of human rights defenders.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

3 'pirates' killed in ‘gunfight’ with RAB

Rapid Action Battalion (RAB)
By Bangladesh Media; Three 'suspected pirates' were killed in a ‘gunfight’ with Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) on Tambulbunia Khal in Sarankhola Range in Bagerhat district Tuesday. Deputy commander of the battalion  RAB-8, Major Anwarul Kabir confirmed the report.
He demands that RAB also seized 16 firearms after the fighting.
Among the victims two were identified as Qader and Kalyan.

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

‘Shootout’; Outlaw killed in Chuadanga!

By Bangladesh Media; A leader of outlawed Purba Bangla Communist Party (PBCP) was killed in a “shootout” with police in Damurhuda upazila of Chuadanga early today.
Abul Kashem
Police demands that two policemen sustained splinter injuries as the PBCP men hurled crude bombs targeting police during the “gunfight” at Jagannathpur village in the upazila.
"A most wanted criminal on police list, Abul Kashem alias Mekur Kashem, 35, was the regional commander of Meherpur", reports The Daily Star's Kushtia correspondent quoting Kamruzzaman, assistant superintendent of police (ASP) of the district.
Deceased Kashem, is the son of Juran Ali of Boalkhali village in Mujibnagar upazila of Meherpur.

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

3 killed in 'Shootout' in Dhaka. RAB 10 and Police involved

Wife and daughter of Sangram, who was killed in a “crossfire” crying.
By Bangladesh Media; Three more people were killed in reported incidents of ‘gunfight’ at Kadamtali in the city and at Savar in the outskirt of the capital on Monday.
Of them, two were killed by the Rapid Action Battalion in a ‘gunfight’ in a house at Kadamtali in Dhaka in the afternoon and the other was killed by the police in a ‘gunfight’ on Dhaka-Aricha highway at Savar in the early morning.The battalion claimed that two abduction suspects were killed in a ‘gunfight’ in a house at Kadamtali in the afternoon.The battalion’s legal and media wing deputy director Rumman Mahmud said that on information, a battalion team raided a house at Kadamtali to rescue some ‘kidnapped’ people. 

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Killed in ‘gunfight’ hours after recapture by Police in Tangail.

By Bangladesh Media; Less than 19 hours after his escape attempt, JMB militant Rakib Hasan Russell alias Hafez Mahmud was killed in “crossfire” at Mirzapur of Tangail early yesterday, something many had feared would happen.
Rakib was one of the three top Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh men who were snatched from police custody in a Hollywood-style ambush on the highway 

Sunday morning. He was captured five hours later when his getaway car crashed.
His killing happened after journalists drew the attention of Deputy Inspector General of Police SM 

Mahfuzul Haq Nuruzzaman about the possibility of Rakib getting killed in so-called shootouts or crossfire, just like many other arrested criminals.
“We will do everything for his security,” the IGP had told journalists Sunday evening at Sakhipur Police Station in Tangail, hours before Rakib was killed.
After Rakib was captured Sunday afternoon, his mother started crying saying her son would be killed, reported Bangla daily Prothom Alo.
No journalist was allowed to talk to Rakib. But Detective Branch of police and other law enforcement agencies interrogated Rakib, condemned for murder, at Sakhipur Police Station for about 14 hours.
According to police, Rakib was under the custody of the Sakhipur police before he was taken to Beltoli Ceramics area in Mirzapur upazila around 4:30am “to arrest JMB militants”.


A joint team of Mymensingh and Tangail police took handcuffed Rakib there “on information that some JMB men were hiding there”, Officer-in-Charge Golam Mostofa of Mirzapur Police Station told The Daily Star's Tangail correspondent.
He claimed that JMB men sprayed bullets on the police team to snatch Rakib away again. The police retaliated and Rakib got seriously injured during the half-an-hour-long gunfight, he claimed.

Monday, February 24, 2014

One Killed in 'Shootout'; Spot: Shyampur upazila of Satkhira.

By Bangladesh Media; One more killed in Shyampur upazila of Satkhira . Yes, as usual the deceased was called as an alleged robber, who was killed in a 'shootout' with police in Shyampur upazila of Satkhira early yesterday. 
Deceased Ashraf Hossain alias Ranga was the ringleader of a robbery group, locally known as Ranga Bahini, reports the Daily Star's Satkhira correspondent quoting Sagir Miah, officer-in-charge of Shyamnagar Police Station.
Ranga, son of Fazr Ali of Kurikaunia village in Ashashuni upazila, was accused in 20 cases filed with Koyra, Shyamnagar and Tala police stations, the OC said.   

Monday, February 17, 2014

2 more in "Gunfight"; total 6 persons were killed in last 3 days!

By Bangladesh Media; Two alleged robbers were killed during separate gunfights with Police in the district of Moulvibazar and Jessore early Sunday. Including this two the total of 6 people were killed in last 3 days. Which means 1 people were killed in every 12 hours.  

Spot Jessore: In Jessore, a supposed ‘robber’ was killed in another ‘gunfight’ with police at Mirjanagar village under Keshabpur upazila. The deceased was identified as Rajab Ali, 42.
Abdul Jalil, officer-in-charge of Keshabpur police station said responding to a tip-off, a team of police conducted a drive at Bakra police camp under Jhikargachha upazila at 10:45pm. At prima facie, Rajab confessed that he has arms.
Later, the police carried out another drive along with the arrested robber in the Mirjanagar village to recover his illegal firearms after midnight, Jalil said.

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Total 4: 3 killed in ‘gunfight’ by Police, 1 missing person's dead body recovered.


By Bangladesh Media; The number of deaths in Crossfire, Gunfight, Shootout are rising in Banglash. Three more people were killed in different cities in Bangladesh. One more dead body of a disappeared persson was found in Sirazgonj district.


Spot Dhaka: Two people were killed in a ‘gunfight’ with the police in the capital’s Jatrabari area on Saturday afternoon.The deceased were identified as Salahuddin, 28 and Jewel, 30.
The police claimed that the deceased were robbers and they were wounded in gunfight with police.They were taken to the Dhaka Medical College Hospital, but they succumbed to their injuries on the way, said Demra zone assistant commissioner Md Mohiuddin Ahmed.

The police said that they had chased three accused persons including Salahuddin and Jewel at Kajla around 4:00pm. Salahuddin and Jewel were detained in that drive, however, their associate managed to flee.Later, the police carried out another drive along with the two arrested robbers in the Sutir Khalpar Balur Math area to recover their illegal firearms around 5:00pm.

Saturday, February 15, 2014

One more killed, and its the same story! Spot: Jessore, Involvement: RAB-6

By Bangladesh Media; One more killed by Rapid Action Battalion (RAB). Spot: Abhaynagar upazila of Jessore, and Rapid Action Battalion (RAB-6) involvement has been confirmed by the authority. Victims name is Mesbah-ur-Rahman. 

He, the prime accused in Awami League leader Chaitanya Kumar Mondol murder case, was killed in a "gunfight" with the Rapid Action Battalion in Abhaynagar upazila of Jessore early yesterday. Mesbah-ur-Rahman, 40, chief of a criminal gang locally known as Mesbah Bahini, allegedly had ties with the BNP and Jamaat-Shibir.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

2 more killed in 'gunfights'

By Bangladesh Media; A Shibir activist and an alleged carjacker were killed in two “gunfights” with police in Chittagong and Satkhira districts yesterday.
The deceased Shibir cadre in Chittagong is Jasim Uddin, son of Fazal Karim of Fazur Para village under Sodaha union at Satkania upazila.
Another arrested Shibir activist Mohammad Rafique, 30, son of Abu Syed of Muhuripara in the same union, got injured in the gunfight.

Sub-inspector Najmul Haque of Satkania Police Station, who led the drive, said, a team of police had conducted a raid to arrest the duo, accused in at least 20 cases filed for murder, sabotage and criminal attacks as part of protests against the death sentence to Jamaat leader Delawar Hossain Sayedee in February last year.