Bomb blast in Natore, case against 150 activists of BNP

Unexploded Cocktail (File Photo)

Five powerful bomb (cocktail) explosions took place in Dangapara Bazar area of ​​Dighapatia Union of Natore Sadar. The explosion took place at around 9:30 p.m. yesterday, Monday. However, no casualty was reported in the incident.

Soon after the incident, Natore police recovered 8 more bombs (bomb-like objects wrapped in red scotch tape) from the spot. At that time, the police arrested the joint secretary of the local union BNP named Abdul Wahab Ali. Abdul Wahab Ali is the son of Motaleb Hossain of the same area.

In this regard, immediately after the incident on Tuesday morning, local Awami League worker Rabiul Karim filed a case in the name of 150 people including the names of 30 BNP leaders and activists.

Officer-in-charge of Natore Sadar police station. Nashim Ahmed said, on Monday night around 8:55 minutes, 999 was called and informed that a bomb had exploded in Dangapara area. After receiving this news, the police quickly went to Dangapara Bazar area of ​​Sadar Upazila and recovered 8 powerful bombs (bomb-like objects wrapped in red tape) from a tea shop under construction by one Razzak. At that time, a local BNP activist named Abdul Wahab was arrested on suspicion of involvement in the incident. Locals told the police that 5 bombs had exploded earlier.

However, Natore district BNP member secretary Rahim Newaz said that due to local disputes, efforts are being made to implicate Abdul Wahab Ali, joint secretary of Dighapatia Union BNP. He demanded the release of BNP leader Abdul Wahab Ali. Earlier on Saturday at the same time, the police said that four cocktails and two petrol bombs were recovered from the front of the BNP office in the Lalpur Upazila Sadar Gopalpur Bazar of the district.

It is to be noted that the next day, the local BNP named eight leaders and filed another case under the Explosives Act against 20 unidentified people.


Source: ODHIKAR by www.odhikar.news.

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