Miscreants planned to kill Rohingya leader Mohib Ullah on Sept 27: APBn
Miscreants had planned to kill Rohingya leader Mohib Ullah on September 27, two days before he was murdered, Armed Police Battalion (APB) said today.
Mohammad Naimul Haque, superintendent of police and also commander of the 14th Armed Police Battalion (APBn), confirmed the development at a press briefing at APBn's Ukhiya office this noon.
The press briefing was arranged after police arrested a Rohingya man, Azizul Haque (36), who allegedly took part in the murder, and his three associates -- Md Rashid Murshid Amin (35), Md Anas (28) and Nur Mohammad (40), reports our Cox's Bazar staff correspondent.
Azizul Haque was arrested from the Lambashia Lohar Bridge area, adjacent to Kutupalong camp, early today, said the APBn commander.
Later, on the basis of information given by Azizul, three others were arrested from various Rohingya camps.
SP Naimul said during primary interrogation, Azizul admitted to police that a meeting was held on a hill at 10pm on September 27. At the meeting, leaders of the miscreants ordered to kill Mohib Ullah. Azizul Haque and three others were present there, the APBn official said.
Mohib Ullah, who led the Arakan Rohingya Society for Peace and Human Rights, was shot dead at around 8:30pm at Kutupalong camp on September 29.