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Chanchala Chakma victim of Bangladesh Police firing
On 30 June 2013 Bangladesh police opened fire on indigenous Buddhist people in south Khabongpujya area of Khagrachari district. An indigenous Buddhist woman identified as Chanchala Chakma (50) was seriously injured by the rubber bullets.

Bangladesh army set fire on indigenous Buddhist houses in Dighinala

On 2 Nov. 1989, an armed encounter took place between the Shanti Bahini and Bangladesh army at Changra Chari in Dighinala. Bangladesh army suffered casualties in the encounter. In reprisal Bangladesh army personnel set fire on indigenous Buddhist houses at Changra Chari in Dighinala, Khagrachari district. The victims are:

  1. Mr. Aungla Chakma, son of Mr. Dinanath Mahajan of Changra Chari, No. 28 Reingkhajya Mouza, Dighinala.
  2. Mr. Sanjani Kumar Chakma, son of Mr. Bijay Chakma, address as above.
  3. Mr. Kalishya Bap Chakma, address as above.
  4. Mr. Kinaram Chakma, son of Mr. Sadhan Karbari, address as above.
  5. Mr. Kanti Chakma, address as above.
  6. Mr. Kanak Baran Chakma, son of Mr. Ajamuni Chakma, address as above.
  7. Mr. Har Kumar Chakma, address as above.
  8. Mr. Ranjan Kumar Chakma, son of Mr. Felahazi Chakma, address as above.
  9. Mr. Durga Kumar Chakma, son of Mr. Bangalya Chakma, address as above.
  10. Mr. Tumuro Bap Chakma, son of Mr. Ratri Mohan Chakma, address as above.
  11. Mr. Shanti Kumar Chakma, son of Mr. Kalabukya Chakma, address as above.
  12. Mr. Lambapeda Chakma, son of Mr. Shanti Lochan Chakma, address as above.
  13. Mr. Baghya Chakma, son of Mr. Nagarachan Chakma, address as above.
  14. Mr. Shishir Kumar Chakma, son of Mr. Hegeda Chakma, address as above.
  15. Mr. Ranjani Kumar Chakma, address as above.

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