Seven more killed in ‘crossfire’

Everyone has the right to get justice. Even a criminal’s human right violation is a crime. Criminal should be tried under law and due procedure should be followed. It’s the logic by the human right activists. On the other hand law enforcing agencies always argue that they have the right to defend. They only fire when they are under attack. But this similar incidents of attack on well armed security forces was always under question, whether it is true.

34 people already died in this year on crossfire and recently seven people have died in crossfire. Six robbers were fleeing after robbing a business man in Narsingdi. RAB (Rapid Action Battalion) members challenged them. The robbers died in gunfight. The deceased were as Anwar Hossain, 27,  Mosharraf Hossain, 26, Saidur Rahman, 30, of Madhabdi, Masud Afridi, 30, and Arif, and their ‘leader’ Jamal, 45, of. Another garments trader was died in Keraniganj on Monday. It is alleged that he was abducted by the law enforcing agencies and then killed.

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