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Farmer killed in Satkhira over land dispute

UNB

Satkhira: A farmer was stabbed to death and four people were injured in a clash over a land-related dispute at Deyara village in Kolaroa upazila in Satkhira on Thursday night, reports UNB. The deceased was identified as Moslem Uddin Sana, 50, a resident of the village. Additional Police Super Mir Modasser Hossain said there had been a longstanding dispute between Moslem and his two bother Idris Sana and Golam Mostafa. They locked into an altercation on Thursday night over building roof of a house. At one stage, they attacked each other. Moslem’s nephew Golam Sarwer hit him with a stick and stabbed him indiscriminately, leaving him critically injured. He died on the way to hospital. The clash also left four people—Jashim Uddin Sana, Nazim Uddin Sana, Idris Sana and Manjuara, wife of Golam Sarwer - injured.

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