The throat-slit body of a Rohingya boy was recovered from a drain in Ukhiya camp of Cox’s Bazar early Saturday. The deceased Md Mujib, 17, was son of Obaidul Haque of West bloc in the camp No-8 of Ukhiya upazila. Read more : Woman’s throat-slit body recovered in Sylhet Sheikh Muhammad Ali, officer-in-charge of Ukhiya police station, said locals spotted the body in a drain around 6am. Later, they informed Rohingya Majhi (leaders) who subsequently called Armed Battalion Police (APBn) in the camp, he said. Read more : Throat-slit body of Rohingya man recovered in Cox’s Bazar The body was sent to Cox's Bazar Sadar Hospital morgue for autopsy, the OC said adding that it could not be immediately known whoever was involved in the killing.
Two Rohingyas were shot dead during what police called "a gunfight" at Ukhia camp in Cox’s Bazar on Friday night. The identities of the deceased could not be known yet, but they were Rohingyas, said Sheikh Mohammad Ali, Officer-in-Charge of Ukhiya police station. The incident occurred around 10 pm at Balukhali refugee camp when police went there upon receiving information about a gunfight between members of the Rohingya insurgent group Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) and Rohingya militant Nabi Hossain’s group. Read more: Rohingya leader shot, stabbed to death in Cox’s Bazar Witnesses said the fighting Rohingyas started firing at police as they reached the camp and police also fired back. According to camp dwellers, one of the deceased was a resident of camp-8. OC Sheikh Mohammad Ali said the two groups were fighting for dominance in the camp. Read more: Rohingya man shot dead in Cox’s Bazar Efforts are on to identify the deceased Rohingyas and the others who managed to flee, he said.
A 26-year-old Rohingya refugee was allegedly shot dead at Balukhali Camp in Ukhiya upazila of Cox’s Bazaar by some miscreants for working as a volunteer for a private organisation. The deceased was identified as Nurul Amin, who used to work as a volunteer in the camp for a private organisation, said Mohammad Ali, OC of Ukhiya police station. Read: Newly married woman found hanging in Thakurgaon The alleged crime occurred on Monday night in the Modhurchara area of Camp-4, he said. “A group of Rohingyas was angry with him as he had been working as a volunteer for a private organisation. We suspect they shot him dead and fled,” said the OC.
A Rohingya boatman was hacked to death in a clash between two groups of Rohingyas over an internal dispute at Ukhiya camp in Cox's Bazar on Sunday. The deceased was identified as Abul Kalam, a resident of Kutupalong Camp-2. Read: 7 Rohingyas rescued while being trafficked to India, 1 held SP Naimul Haque, commander of the Armed Police Battalion (APBn), said Abul Kalam was hacked in a clash between two groups of Rohingyas at Kutupalong Camp-2 on Sunday morning. Two other Rohingyas Md Amin and Md Zafar were injured in the clash. On information, a team from Balurmath police camp rushed Abul Kalam to Cox's Bazar Sadar Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. Legal action will be taken after investigating those involved in the incident, said SP Naimul.