One of the two Rohingyas, who were shot injured on Bangladesh-Myanmar border in Teknaf upazila of Cox’s Bazar, succumbed to his injuries at Chittagong Medical College Hospital (CMCH) on Saturday, reports UNB.
The deceased Mohammad Musa, 22, son of Ismail, was from Maungdaw area in Rakhine State of Myanmar.
CMCH police outpost in-charge sub-inspector Jahirul Islam said that two injured Rohingyas were brought to the hospital in the morning.
“One of them succumbed to his injuries after one hour of admission,” he added.
The condition of another Rohingya — Md Mokter, 27, son of Gul Mohammad Sheikh — who is undergoing treatment at the hospital, is critical, he added.
Deceased Musa’s cousin, Kawser, said bullet-injured Musa and Mokter entered Bangladesh though sea route at around 2:00 am on Friday following fresh tensions in Rakhaine State of Myanmar.
They sustained bullet injuries in Rakhine State around 3:00am on Thursday.