Two killed in Rohingay camp clash are Bangladeshis

Two deceased, who were killed in Tuesday night’s clash at Ukhiya Rohingya camp in Cox’s Bazar district, have been identified as Bangladeshi citizens.

They were Nurul Huda, a microbus driver, and Abul Bashar, his assistant. Both of them were the residents of Hnila union under Teknaf upazila.

On Tuesday night, four more men were killed during a clash between two groups at the camp.

The other two deceased–Faruk and Gias Uddin–were Rohingyas, brothers of Munna, chief of Munna Bahini.

Locals said family members of Munna were fleeing from Kutupalang camp by a microbus following the clash on Tuesday night.

Later, the opponents attacked on their microbus that left four people dead, including the vehicle driver Nurul and his assistant Basar.

Hnila Union Parishad chairman Rashed Md Ali said they both are the residents of his area.


Till now, a total of six Rohingyas and two Bangladeshis were killed in Rohingya internal clashes. The four others who were killed earlier are Imam Sharif, Shamsul Alam, Md Yasin and Samira Akter