Myanmar border guards shoot, kill Bangladeshi fisherman
A Bangladeshi fisherman was shot dead by Myanmar’s Border Guard Police (BGP) on Thursday morning.
Another fisherman suffered a gunshot wound in the incident at the Naf River point along Jhimongkhali border around 5:00am, the UNB reported.
Border Guard Bangladesh Teknaf-2 Commander Lt Col Faisal Hasan Khan confirmed the shooting incident.
Nur Mohammad, 34, who was shot dead, was a resident of Kharangkhali’s West Maheshkhali. Abul Kalam, who was injured in the shooting, is a resident of the same area.
Bangladeshi fishermen have often accused BGP patrols attacking them without any provocation.
Lt Col Khan said they are observing the situation.