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Police announce Tk 20 lakh reward for two terrorists
Dhaka, November 21: The police headquarters has announced a reward of Tk 20 lakh if two death-sentenced militants Mainul Hasan Shamim alias Sifat Samir and Md Abu Chiddiq Sohail alias Shakib can be handed over. On Sunday (November 20), AIG (Media and PR) Md. Manjur Rahman said that a reward of Tk 10 lakh and Tk 20 lakh has been announced if two fugitive terrorists can be caught.
Dr. Rafat Chowdhury arrested for involvement in terrorism
Dhaka, November 10: DMP's Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) bomb disposal unit has arrested Dr. Rafat Chowdhury, son of the current Amir of Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh, Dr. Md. Shafiqur Rahman, for his involvement in militancy. He was arrested from Sylhet on Wednesday (November 9) at noon. Arrested Dr. Chowdhury is the chief coordinator of Sylhet region of banned militant organization Ansar Al Islam.
Two financiers of Jamaatul Ansar Fil Hindal Sharqiya arrested
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Nov 9: RAB has arrested three people including two financiers of the new militant organization 'Jamaatul Ansar Fil Hindal Sharqiya'. Besides, a woman member who was motivated by militancy has been de-radicalized and returned to her family.
Four militants arrested while training for attack
Dhaka, November 4: The new militant organization Jamaatul Ansar fil Hindal Sharqiya called the so-called Hijrat, and the search for more than half a hundred homeless youths has not been found yet. In this situation, RAB is not dismissing the threat of destruction at any time.
Govt to ban terrorist group 'Jamatul Ansar Fil Hindal Sharqiya'
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 31: New militant organization - Jamatul Ansar Fil Hindal Sharqiya. The new platform of militants consists of members from banned militant organizations such as Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), Ansar Al Islam, Harkatul Jihad Bangladesh (HUJI). Recently several members of the organization have been arrested from different parts of the country. They were organizing in disguise. Law enforcement forces have taken initiative to ban this new militant organization.
Seven arrested militants, three KNF members in jail
Dhaka, October 22: The court ordered the jailing of seven members of Jamaatul Ansar Fil Hindal Sharqiya and three members of the Kuki-Chin National Party (KNF) from the border areas of Bandarban and Rangamati. Judicial Magistrate Farzana Akhter of Rangamati Court gave this order at around 7 pm on Friday (October 21). Later they were sent to the district jail under police guard.
Youths getting militant training from KNF
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 17: Recently, some youths, who left their homes, are getting millitant training in the remote mountains bordering India and Myanmar. The new militant outfit is being trained by an armed group called the Kuki-Chin National Front (KNF).
Youth receiving militant training in remote areas, family oblivious
Dhaka, October 10: The number of youths who have been deported from different parts of the country is more than 50. They have been missing for about one and a half months to more than two years. But the families of some of them know that their children are staying abroad for work. They also regularly give money to the family. Basically, many of them are involved with various militant organizations. According to the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), they are secretly training in remote areas of the country.
RAB arrests 5 over links with militant organization
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 10: The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) has arrested five people for their involvement with militant outfits.
Seven arrested for 'terrorist involvement'
Dhaka, October 6: A total of seven people were arrested by the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), including four who had left home for 'militant involvement'. The arrested are Hossain Ahmed, Md Nesar Uddin alias Umayer, Bani Amin, Imtiaz Ahmed Rifat, Md Hasibul Islam, Roman Shikder and Md Sabid.
Seven youths with terror link missing in Comilla
Dhaka, September 20: On August 23, seven college students from Comilla left their homes after talking about going to coaching. Even after 26 days, they were not found. According to intelligence sources, these seven youths allegedly left home in the name of Hijrat. All of them are members of banned militant organization Ansar al-Islam.
Diplomats pay tribute to the memory of those killed in the Holey Artisan attack
Dhaka, July 2: Ambassadors of different countries stationed in Dhaka paid homage to the victims of Holey Artisan terrorist attack in Gulshan with flowers. On Friday (July 1) morning, they paid tribute to the victims at the bakery with flowers.
Padma Bridge wouldn't be a reality if we didn't bounce back after the Holey Artisan incident
Dhaka, July 2: Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) Commissioner Mohammad Shafiqul Islam said, "If we had not bounced back after the unfortunate incident at Holey Artisan Bakery, the Padma Bridge, the Metrorail I see today, would not have been a reality. No foreign technician and engineer would come to Bangladesh at the risk of his or her life."
Accused made explosives at home for 20 years
Dhaka, April 23: Although illegal, Borhan Uddin (50) had been making fireworks and crackers by storing explosives in his house. After the tragic death of two women workers in the blast, it was learned that she had been running the factory illegally for 15 to 20 years.
Abhijit murder: Major Zia and Akram fled to other countries, says Home Minister
Own representative, Dhaka, December 22: Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said that the murder of blogger Abhijit has been properly investigated. A group of Ansarullah Bangla Team took part in the killing. At that time militant groups emerged in our country. However, those who are in the security of our country have thwarted all the activities of the militants.