Atiya corridors of the building of the local police have cordoned off suspected militants nearly three days.


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South Surma, Sylhet suspected militant hideout Shibbari law enforcement operations are continuing. After a moment the sound of explosions is heard. Extensive security measures were taken across the city of Sylhet. Panic among the people working. Earlier, the army said, the house for explosives (IED) has been kept to. The mission will end when it is not.

During the operation, law enforcers surrounded a militant hideout in Sylhet on Saturday evening and night, at least two rounds of six people have been killed in a bomb blast.

RAB were injured in a bomb blast, police, journalists and others. Two high-ranking officials of RAB seriously injured were brought to Dhaka’s Combined Military Hospital.

Shakir Hussain told local journalists and a half-two kilometers from the scene a few minutes after the explosion, the sound is heard from afar. After two rounds of panic among the people working in the bombing.

Ahmed, a resident of South Surma sentence was “a great panic among the people yesterday evening after work. Three days after the end of the campaign after the disappointment of the working people.”

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Atiya corridors of the building of the local police have cordoned off suspected militants nearly three days.

He tense situation now prevailing in the whole division. “Until the bombing of the city in a kautuhara but now the shops are closed. People need to go out in the street without being” not speaking the local residents.

Military operations began on Saturday morning at nine o’clock. Around one quarter of the 78 residents trapped in the apartment building at 8 army brought out safely. Among them, 30 men, 7 women and 1 children. Pathanaparara they are kept in a home.

Ahmed, a resident of Toukir Shibbari was at six o’clock on Sunday morning wake up to the sound of loud explosions. So far, there intermittent sound is heard. He said, however, four kilometers away from the scene of his home, he still hear the sound of explosions.

M. Ahmed was “ageamara idea that there were militants in the house after the attack but now seems out of the ordinary people in our mix, they are moving, that this fear is to attack at any time.”

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