Nasaka abducts four Bangladeshi fishermen

September 30, 2010

Myanmar border security force Nasaka abducted four Bangladeshi fishermen and their fishing boat from the Naf River at Teknaf of Cox’s Bazar yesterday.
The fishermen are Noor Hossain, 26, of Boroitoli, and Anwar Hossain, 25, Ali Johor, 35, and Nur Mia, 24, of Naitangpara.
BDR sources said the four fishermen went fishing on a boat in the Naf River around 6:00am.
At around 7:00am, Nasaka captured the four fishermen at gunpoint and took them to nearby Maungdaw of Myanmar, they added.
Lieutenant Colonel Muzammel Hossain, commander of Teknaf 42 Rifles Battalion, said a written complaint was received from kidnapped Noor Hossain’s family at sadar BDR camp in this connection.
Earlier, on September 27, Nasaka took away two fishing boats near from Saint Martin coast throwing 15 fishermen in the Naf River.
BDR sent a letter to Nasaka protesting the incident and demanded immediate handover of the fishermen and the boat.

 

Courtesy of The Daily Star

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