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Two shot dead in capital

Staff Correspondent

At least two persons were shot dead and another one wounded by miscreants at Maddhya Badda area in the capital Tuesday morning, police said.
The deceased were identified as Faruk and Millon and they were day labourers.
Witnesses said an altercation ensued at around 8:30 am, between the locals and the day labourers, as the workers started digging the earth behind the Hossain Market at the area for constructing a building.
At one stage, some armed goons, opened fire and exploded crude bombs, leaving three people injured.
At critical condition, Faruk and Millon were rushed to the Dhaka Medical College Hospital, where the duty doctor declared them dead.
Nurul Islam, the duty officer of Badda police station confirmed the matter to New Age and said they are probing into the matter.
None was arrested in this regard, he added.




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