Mohibullah, a top Rohingya leader, was shot dead by armed terrorists inside the Kutupalong camp in Ukhia, Cox’s Bazar. This information was confirmed by Superintendent of Police Naimul Haque, Commanding Officer of Armed Police Battalion 14 in charge of the camp. Citing Mohibullah’s wife, Mr. Haque said four or five people came to his house in Kutupalong camp around 8.30 pm on Wednesday.
Mr. Mohibullah was shot four or five times, citing his wife. Naimul Haque informed. 47 years old. After Mohibullah’s assassination, his followers took up position in the camp until last night, said Mr. Haq.
“There are a lot of people in a small area of the Rohingya camp. So after the news of the shootings and killings spread, a lot of people from the neighborhood gathered at the scene last night.”
After reading, many people from the neighborhood gathered at the scene last night. ” Additional law enforcement personnel were deployed to control the situation and the situation returned to normal at night.
The police official told BBC Bangla on Thursday morning, “Some curious people were seen gathering at the spot again in the morning. However, the situation is normal.” Additional police have been deployed at the spot, he said.
Police initially believe that his acquaintances were involved in Mohibullah’s murder. “Since the killers were able to approach him and meet him, they initially thought we were his acquaintances,” said Superintendent of Police Naimul Haque, commanding officer of the Armed Police Battalion 14.
Mr. Mohibullah’s organization, the Arakan Rohingya Society for Peace and Human Rights, worked to ensure the rights of the Rohingya who had been forcibly evicted from Myanmar. According to Reuters news agency, Mr. Mohibullah’s organization.
He was invited to address the UN Human Rights Council in 2019. He was also invited to the White House to meet with former US President Donald Trump.