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RAB finds seven skulls in devastated Mirpur militant den

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 RAB finds seven skulls in devastated Mirpur militant den

An official account confirmed Wednesday the death of seven people as law-enforcers discovered as many severed skulls in the six-storey building they had ringed overnight on Mirpur’s Mazar Road on suspicion of a militant den inside.

Benazir Ahmed, director-general of the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), told the media the skulls belonged to two children, two women and three men.

The bodies were believed to have been incinerated and disintegrated in a series of blasts on Tuesday night that ignited a big blaze visible from far off, in one of a number of such anti-militant raids in recent times in the capital and outside.

The inside of the fourth-floor flat, wherein the suspected militants were believed to been holed up, was still heated when the latest report came. Law-enforcers were cooling the place and trying to get in.

The lawmen guessed that the suspected militants might have killed themselves in the latest series of explosions.

Wednesday’s operation resumed at 9:30am with bomb-disposal units, dog squads and the assistance of Bangladesh Fire Service and Civil Defence.

The suspected militants were believed to have been residing on the fourth floor of the building.

RAB members cordoned off the house following information about the suspects from two alleged members of Jama`atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) detained from a house at Elenga in Kalihati upazila of Tangail late Monday night.
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