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Clash between Awami League and independent candidate supporters in Sherpur, 5 injured

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In the election of Sherpur-1 constituency, there was a clash between the supporters of Awami League candidate Atiur Rahman Atiq and independent candidate Chanuar Hossain Chanu. 5 people were injured.

On Wednesday night, Lachmanpur of Sadar Upazila and Raghunath Bazar area of ​​the district town were attacked and 3 motorcycles vandalized. At this time they were injured.

Locals said that during the boat symbol rally in Kusumhati area on Wednesday night, some youths who supported the truck marker in the area did a motorcycle exercise several times in front of the rally. The supporters of the boat stopped them and slapped them. Due to this, when the supporters of the truck protested, there was a back-and-forth chase between the two sides. At this time, two motorcycles of both parties were vandalized. At least 5 youths were injured.

Because of this, supporters of the boat stopped and beat up the truck marker supporters and vandalized motorcycles in Raghunath Bazar area of ​​the city.

In protest of this incident and terrorist activities, the supporters of Truck Marker held a protest march and rally in the district town at night. It was led by Sherpur District Awami League general secretary independent candidate Chanwar Hossain Chanu, Sherpur Zilla Parishad member Humayun Kabir Ruman, Sherpur Municipality Mayor Golam Mohammad Kibria Liton and Sherpur Sadar Upazila Parishad Chairman.

In the meeting, Chanoar Hossain Chanu said, ‘Atiur Rahman Atiq’s head is upset after knowing our sure victory. That is why he chose the path of terrorism. On December 28, Hon’ble Prime Minister will call for boat votes virtually in Sherpur. So Atiq sahib is making this calm situation turbulent to present there by acting. We strongly protest this and demand punishment of the culprits.’

Sherpur Additional Superintendent of Police Saidur Rahman said, ‘We are looking into the matter. No one has complained so far. Necessary action will be taken if complaints are received. At present the situation is normal.’


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