In the Fating union of Lama upazila of Bandarban, a 17 year old girl, who was wounded by four men of a similar family, brought a tenant armed with a piece of land and used brutal torture in medieval times. With the help of the local people, the Chatthang police station was rushed to the spot and rescued the injured madrasa students including the students and admitted them to Porsher Circle Chakaria Upazila Health Complex. Police arrested two assailants from the spot. On October 2, this incident happened at Fadurachara village of Fitting union of the upazila.
According to the complaint, the son of the deceased Tafur Ali, Abdul Karim, son of Nurul Islam of the same area, was killed in Fitang Fadurachara village. There was a dispute about land and land for the last seven years between the Farooq party. Abdul Karim received the verdict in the local council meeting and the trial of the case. Farooq complained to local judge Salis and filed a case in Bandarban District Judge Court.
It is alleged that the assailants beat up the owner of the house Abdul Karim, his wife Chafura Khatun (50), Nur Mohammad (40), son of deceased Ali Ahmad and johaira Begum, 17, of madrasa-read-girl Karim, with legs and face tied to torture. At that time, the local Faitang Baitul Mamur Mosque, which was rescued in Karim’s house, took Tk 5 lakhs of taka including cash, gold ornaments and goods worth Tk. 1 lakh.
Thawai Hala Marma, the ward member of the Fadurachara area, said such torture could not make people. When people in the area did not go ahead, they killed Karim’s family. It is tragic to torture her daughter on the tree.
Inspector of the case, Jainal Abedin, who is investigating the case filed with the Lama Police Station, said the attackers tried to molest the student in a stage of torture by stabbing the madrasa student Jouera Begum with a tree. Unable to tolerate this cruel sight, the local people reported to the Fitong police faction if police were injured and rescued the victims. Police arrested Farooq and tenant Tariqsh Badsha, accused from the spot. Other attackers escaped.
Lama Thana Officer-in-Charge (OC) Appla Raju Naha said that after receiving information about landslide, assault and torture in FiTanga, the police resorted to the situation to control the situation. Two people have been arrested from the spot and the accused have been sued by the concerned police against the police.