Police have sued 5,000 unidentified individuals for their supposed connects to the conflicts that left four individuals dead and around 100 others harmed in Bhola’s Borhanuddin Upazila after an irreverent Facebook post from a hacked record started fights.
Police authorities recorded the case with the Borhanuddin Police Station. The region organization said that no gatherings and parades will be permitted in the zone without authorization.
On Sunday, at any rate four individuals passed on and more than 100 others were harmed in the conflicts among police and local people in the Upazila. In any event 10 police officers were among the harmed.
Four units of Border Guard Bangladesh were carried to Borhanuddin to manage the circumstance.
Local people sorted out the meeting to request activity against an adolescent who purportedly belittled Prophet Muhammad on Facebook.
The savagery emitted after several local people accumulated for a meeting under the flag of ‘Muslim Tawhidi Janata’ in challenge the web based life post.
Police later said a Facebook record was hacked to spread ungodly remarks.
A convention was called for Monday in challenge the passings, however not permitted, said Maulana Mizanur Rahman, a pioneer of the gathering. Notwithstanding, a news gathering will be sorted out at the Bhola Press Club, he included.