A local leader of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL), which is the student wing of ruling party Awami League, has been suspended over the accusation of torturing a boy in Aditmari upazila of Lalmonirhat. Ashiq Babu, who has been serving as the joint general secretary of Mohishkhocha Union Chhatra League, was suspended on Wednesday following an emergency meeting of the party. Aditmari upazila unit of Chhatra League President Kamal Hossain Sarkar has confirmed the matter to the Dhaka Tribune.
The Border Security Force (BSF) of India has detained a Bangladeshi national, even though he was carrying valid travel documents, from Sardar Para area in Mekhliganj subdivision of Cooch Behar district. The location is on the other side of Bangladesh’s Burimari land port in Patgram upazila of Lalmonirhat.
The Election Commission yesterday started to enlist the names of 10,299 residents in voter list of 59 exclaves in Patgram upazila. According to local sources, a total of 31 officials had been appointed to complete the programme by July 16. When visited 119 No exclave, it was found that peo
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