Police on Tuesday night filed a case with Saltha police station of Faridpur, for vandalising government offices and the police station itself. There was a clash on Monday night between citizens and the police, resulting in injuries and deaths.
Sub-Inspector Mizanur Rahman filed a case against 88 people who were named and 4,000 unidentified persons.
Miran Mollah (35), injured in the clash died at Dhaka Medical College Hospital on Wednesday afternoon. He is the son of Abdur Rob Mollah of Darjapurura village in Bhawal union of the upazila. Faridpur Additional Superintendent of Police, Md Jamal Pasha, confirmed the death. Earlier, a youth named Jubayer Hossain (18) also died in the incident. A total of two youths were killed in the violence.
Confirming the matter, additional Superintendent of Police Md Jamal Pasha, said police have filed a case against the accused for obstructing government work and vandalising the upazila parishad bhaban, the muktijoddha complex, and the police station.
Thirteen accused in the case, have already been arrested and the operation to arrest the rest of the accused continues, he added.
The arrested are Md Nuru Sheikh (18), Md Sajib Kaji (19), Rabbi Mattobor (19), Md Younus Mattobor (60), Amir Molla (30), Abul Kalam Sheikh (35), Ripon Sheikh (32), Eliyas Molla (27), Shahidul Sheikh (32), Rubel Fakir (25), Md Rakibul Islam (18), and Md Saiful Islam (18).
Faridpur Deputy Commissioner Atul Sarkar said two probe bodies have been formed to investigate the incident and asked for the report to be submitted within three working days.
Although the situation was brought under control after the destruction of that night, the situation is still tense. A large contingent of law enforcement, including police, RAB, and BGB, has been in the vicinity.
On Monday night, an angry mob spread rumours, vandalised and looted various government offices in Saltha. They set fire to the cars of the UNO and Assistant Commissioner there. A young man named Jubayer Hossain was injured and later died on the night.