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Again, Myanmar fired 2 mortar shells inside Bangladesh

Again, Myanmar fired 2 mortar shells inside Bangladesh
Again, Myanmar fired 2 mortar shells inside Bangladesh

Two mortar shells were fired from the Myanmar warplanes at Tumbru border of Ghumdhum union of Naikxyongchari upazila of Bandarban. Around 9:30 AM on Saturday, two shells fell from the side of Myanmar, two shells fell inside Bangladesh.

Confirming the information of mortar shells falling from the direction of Myanmar inside Bangladesh, Naikshyongchari Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Salma Ferdous said that the law and order forces are on high alert.

Locals said that no casualty has been reported, but the sound of such gunshots is causing extreme fear in the area.

According to local sources, around 9:30 am, Myanmar Army patrolled two warplanes and two fighting helicopters across the border pillar 40 and 41 under the jurisdiction of Reju Amtali BGB BOP of Tumbru border.

Around 8 to 10 rounds were fired from Myanmar warplanes and from helicopters during the patrolling. Two shells fired at this time landed approximately 120 meters inside Bangladesh along border pillar number 40.

When asked about this, Border Guard Bangladesh-BGB Headquarters Director (Operation) Lieut. Colonel Faizur Rahman told Dhaka Times, ‘We have received the information. Confirmation of the incident is ongoing. Besides, the situation is being monitored.

Earlier last Sunday, two mortar shells fired from Myanmar hit the population of Ghumdhum area of ​​Bandarban border. They did not explode and there were no casualties. Later, Dhaka strongly protested by summoning Myanmar’s ambassador Aung Kyaw Moe, who was appointed to Dhaka last Monday in this incident.

After a program at Dhaka University last Thursday, the Foreign Minister told reporters, ‘The mortar shells came suddenly. We asked them (Myanmar), they said they will be careful in future.’

(Dhakatimes/03 Sep/RR/DM)

The article is in Bengali


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