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A student was killed by a motorcycle in Comilla

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A college student named Meem Akhtar (17) was killed after being hit by a motorcycle in Daudkandi, Comilla. The accident took place in front of Hasanpur College on the Dhaka-Chittagong highway in Daudkandi on Tuesday afternoon. After this incident, the classmates of the student blocked the road. This caused severe traffic jam in that area. Officer-in-Charge (OC) of Daudkandi Highway Police Station. Shahinul Islam informed this information.

The deceased is an eleventh class student of Meem Hasanpur Shaheed Nazrul Degree College and is the daughter of Billal Hossain of Lalpur village of Titas Upazila of the district. Motorcyclist injured in this incident. Shafin has been sent to Dhaka Medical College Hospital.

Eyewitness college students. Yusuf said that a pickup hit Shafin’s motorcycle from behind, a former student of the college. Meem was crossing the road at that time. The motorcycle fell on Meem due to the impact of the pickup. After being rescued in critical condition and taken to Daudkandi Upazila Health Complex, doctors declared Meem dead.

Meem’s classmates came down the Dhaka-Chittagong highway after this incident. This caused severe traffic jams on both sides of the highway for an area of ​​seven kilometers. Later, the Upazila Nirbahi Officer, Daudkandi Circle Additional Superintendent of Police and Police Station OC stopped the students. After blocking the road for two hours, the students withdrew from the road on the assurance of the administration.

Solaiman, assistant professor of the college’s social welfare department, said, ‘Meem died in an accident on the way back from having breakfast. Later the students blocked the highway demanding a footover bridge.’

OC Md. Shahinul Islam said, ‘The body of the college student who was killed by a motorcycle while crossing the road has been handed over to his relatives. The pickup fled. Now there is no traffic jam on the road.’

Upazila executive officer. Arfatul Alam said, ‘I immediately went to the scene after receiving the news of the accident and road blockade. The students lifted the blockade after they were assured that their demands would be conveyed to the higher authorities.’


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