The head of the family Vobani Kanta Sen lodged a general diary on Thursday with the local police station in connection with the threat
The affected Hindu family in Rasulpur village under Patgram upazila in the district still receives death threat from their land grabbers while police are yet to free up the grabbed land.
The head of the family Vobani Kanta Sen lodged a general diary on Thursday with the local police station in connection with the threat.
“We feel insecure to live in the village. We may face attack any time,” said Vobani, expressing concern.
A gang of land grabbers led by Awami League Leaders Raniul Islam Miron and Nazrul Islam and Jubo League leader Mukul Hossain allegedly occupied the land belonging to the Hindu man.
The ruling party leaders are now on the run from March 11 after the High Court on March 9 ordered police to arrest the Hindu’s land grabbers within 48 hours following a writ filed on March 2 by the rights organisation, Human Rights and Peace for Bangladesh.
So far only two persons were arrested in connection with the grab of the minority family’s land while the kingpin of the gang was still at large.
Police said a poor Hindu family’s 32 decimal of land was grabbed on February 9 by the ruling party men who constructed infrastructure on it right after the grab.
A poor Hindu man Vobani Kanta Sen and his two immature sons Bidhan Chandra Sen, 15, and Biddut Chandra Sen, 13, were forced to sign in the non-judicial stamp on the day.
Contacted, Patgram police station Officer-in-Charge Amiruzzaman said police would ensure protection and security of the affected family.