Death toll from Hajiganj clashes rises to five
Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni has said that the culprits are carrying out the attacks at different places of the country in a planned manner.
"Wherever these incidents have taken place in the country, it is visible that these attacks are being carried out in an organized manner. The culprits have been identified and the government will take action against them,” she said while talking to reporters in Hajiganj of Chandpur.
She visited the Sri Sri Raj Laxmi Narayan Jiur Akhra and the Ramakrishna Sebashram in Hajiganj municipal area.
During her visit, she exchanged views with the leaders of the Hindu community.
Meanwhile, a man injured during a clash between the police and the attackers on October 13, died Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) on Tuesday morning, taking the death toll to five.
The deceased is Md Sagor, 25, a truck driver, who used to live near Hajiganj Degree College with his wife and a daughter.
Police have so far arrested 15 people and sued 2,000 individuals in four cases.