2 slaughtered by suspected rival outlaws in Chuadanga | The Daily Star
12:00 AM, August 18, 2007 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, August 18, 2007

2 slaughtered by suspected rival outlaws in Chuadanga

An unidentified gang slaughtered two people, believed to be rival party men, at village Chotodupkatia in Damurhuda upazila of Chuadanga district early yesterday.
The dead were identified as Razu 32, son of Meher Ali, and Wasim, 36, son of Abdul Gaffar of Shantipara village in Damurhuda upazila.
On information, police rushed to the spot and recovered the bodies.
According to a source, a gang of ten picked up Meher and Wasim from Darshana Bazar at gunpoint at around 10:30pm on Thursday. The gang took them to
Chotodupkatia field and slit their throats.
Other sources said both belonged to an outlawed party and were involved in criminal activities like smuggling, robbery and extortion.
Police said both were accused in several extortion and robbery cases filed with Damurhuda Police Station. They (police) are yet to find out the reason behind the killing.
The killing took place several days after three outlawed parties--Biplobi Communist Party (BCP), Gono Bahini (GB) and Gono Mukti Fouj (GMF)--and a gang named Mukti Bahini led by notorious criminal Mukti regrouped to launch their activities in four southwestern districts---Kushtia, Jhenidah, Chuadanga and Meherpur.
The outlawed parties held several meetings in two districts--Kushtia and Chuadanga--where some high-ranking leaders and cadres of the outfits and gang group were present.

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