Post by: Chief News Editor | Published: October 6, 2016 , 12:12 am | Category: TOP NEWS
BOGRA, Broadcasting News Corporation:Two members of the banned militant outfit Jama’atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) surrendered to law enforcers in presence of Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan here Wednesday.
Welcoming the duo, the minister, handed over a cheque for Taka 5 lakh to each of the militants, Md Abdul Hakim, 22, and Mahmudul Hasan alias Bijoy, 17, to help them in returning to normal life.
JMB operatives, who surrendered before the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB)-12 at Bogra, said that every militant should response to the call of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to return to normal life leaving the path of darkness.
Asaduzzaman once again requested the militants to return to normal life, saying, “Return to normal life, otherwise tough action will be taken.”
The militant, Hakim, son of Abdur Rahman, hailed from Kamarpara village under Shahjahanpur Police Station of Bogra district and Bijoy, 17, son of late Sekander Ali, hailed from Hatbharotkhali village under Saghata Upazila of Gaibandha district.
Of them, Hakim, who passed Alim degree from madrasa, was a close friend of Khairul Islam Payel, one of the five militants killed in joint action of law enforcers at Holy Artisan bakery at Gulshan in the capital city.
Among others, Nurul Islam Omar, lawmaker of Bogra Sadar constituency, district Awami League president Alhaj Momtaj Uddin, deputy commissioner Ashraf Uddin, police super Asaduzzaman and RAB-12 company commander Major Ajmal Hossain Khan, were present at the function.
Bijoy’s mother Akter Jahan, and Hakim’s elder brother Abdul Halim, were also present at the function and sought mercy from the countrymen requesting all the militants to return to normal life.
NEWS COLLECTED FROM BSS.