Bangladesh has protested by summoning Myanmar’s ambassador to Dhaka, Aung Kyaw Moe, to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs over the death of a Bangladeshi in a mortar shell fired by Myanmar. Officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs protested by calling him at the Rashtriya Guest House Padma on Tuesday morning.
The Foreign Ministry said the Myanmar ambassador was called at around 10 am. At that time Dhaka strongly protested about the ongoing situation on the Bangladesh border.
Meanwhile, so far 229 Myanmar border guards have fled and taken shelter in Bangladesh. They have been taken into BGB custody and are undergoing treatment. Meanwhile, Bangladesh has started communication with Myanmar about sending back the border guards who have taken refuge in Bangladesh.
A day after two people were killed inside Bangladesh due to mortar shells fired from Myanmar, mortar shells have again arrived at the border of Bangladesh. A mortar shell exploded behind Ghumdhum High School on Tuesday morning. This incident has increased the fear in the panic town.
Around nine in the morning, a mortar shell hit a house behind Ghumdhum High School, which is at a distance of at least 300 meters from the Bangladesh-Myanmar border. The shell exploded in the garden next to the house. Although no one was injured, the doors and windows of the house were damaged by the shell. Spinner hits the wall.