BANGLADESH ELECTION VIOLENCE KILLS TWO

Following a deadly campaign marred by violence outbreak, the police informed that two people lost their lives in Bangladesh on Sunday, in election related clashes. The police opened fire on opposition activists, costing the life of a man. 

The reason being the opposition activists reportedly attacking the polling station in Bashkhali southern town. Local police chief Mohammed Kamil Hussain told that as the police fired in self defence, one person lost his life from bullet wounds. 

After an activist from the ruling Awami league party was beaten on his head by opposition party supporters, he lost his life during the clash in the Rangamati South Eastern Hill district. 

The deaths brought to six the figure of persons confirmed by the authorities to have lost their lives in election related violence during elections that were conducted on Sunday, that are likely to see prime Minister Sheikh Hasina have her victory a record fourth term.

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