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In a bloody morning confrontation of Eid during a football match two days ago 1055609 | The voice of tomorrow



Hundreds of people, including police, were injured in a clash over a football match at the Kotalipara upazila in Gopalganj. The injured have been admitted to several clinics, including the Upazila Health Center. The clash took place in the village of Parakata, at the Kalazari Upazila Union, at 9am in Eid-ul-Azha on Wednesday.

It is learned that last Monday (July 19) afternoon, the teenagers from Parakata village split into two groups and played football at the local Janakalyan high school field. There was a discussion between the two parties about winning and losing the match.

According to sources, Sajal Gain, 18, son of Swapan Gain, of the village of Parakata, and Jamal Mallick, 38, son of Azahar Mallick, had an altercation Wednesday morning. After that, the villagers of Dudal split up and became involved in clashes. Upon receiving the news, police from Kotalipara Police Station and Bhangarhat Naval Investigation Center went to the scene and monitored the situation.

Hundreds of people, including police, were injured in the nearly hour-long crash. Rifat Sheikh seriously injured (18), Jagdish Folia (60), Faizul Mallick (22), Mridul Gain (32), Shivnath (65), Rustum Mallick (64), Babul Mallick (28), Emon Haldar (15), Nure Alam Nannu Mallick (35), Jasim Molli (35), Roni Molli (13), Gabinda Gain (32), Ashudeb Gain (29), Tanmoy Gai (35), Sushant Gain (39), Ujjal Gain (18).) , Sajib Folia (21), Nikhil Gain (41), Rasmoy Gain (40), Tariqul Mollah (18), Rahima Begum (55), Nadeem Mollah (18), Bidhan Gain (30), Nimchand (60), Kaushik Gain (18), Pradeep Gain (55), Joy Gain (15), Animesh Folia (15), Samrat Gain (15), Sujit Gain (21), Vishnu Gain (35) and ASI Masud of Bhangarhat Naval Research Center , Agent Mahasin Gazi and Mahabubur Rahman have been admitted to several clinics, including the Upazila Health Center.

Kotalipara police said, OC. Aminul Islam said the situation in the area is currently calm. Police have been deployed at the scene. No party has so far filed a complaint with the police. Legal action will be taken if a claim is received.




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