Indian-based Daish attacked Dhaka Eid prayer congregation place

Eurasia News

Dhaka, Bangladesh: Indian-based Islamic State popularly known as Daish and ISIS again attacked the capital of Bangladesh Dhaka Eid prayer congregation place, killing three policemen, reports DND news agency.

Indian-based Daish attacked Dhaka Eid prayer congregation place

According to news agency, one policeman who was killed has been identified as Zahirul Islam while five policemen were injured after a bomb exploded outside Azim Uddin High School near a Eid Gah (Eid prayer congregation place) on Thursday July 7, 2016.Terrorist attacked at Sholakia Eid congregation in Kishoreganj district confirmed again that Bangladesh is becoming a victim of terrorism but its government is denying that Indian based Daish is present in Dhaka. News agency claimed that 10 persons are in critical conditions and deaths could be more, claimed one injured policeman.

“One suspected attacker was also reported to be killed in an exchange of fire with police at the blast site as roads along in the area were cordoned off”, reports dna news.

“Firing was continue in the area where attack took place and more contingents of police were gathering to protect Eid Gah where over 200,000 people were performing Eid Nimaaz, claimed one resident of area while talking to DND news agency.

According to initial information, police constable has been killed while at least 7 others policemen have been injured in a bomb explosion near the Sholakia Eid congregation in Kishoreganj district.

According to police, a homemade bomb was thrown at the policemen standing in front of Azim Uddin High School at 9:30am on Thursday. It may be mentioned that Azim Uddin High School near Sholakia Eid congregation place.

This is second attack in Dhaka in six days as 20 people were killed on July 2 when Indian based terror groups funded Holey Artisan Bakery attack.

It may be mentioned that terrorists attacked Holey Artisan Bakery in Gulshan area on July 2, 2016 and took 36 people mostly foreigners hostage on Friday-Saturday night. Four police officers were killed while 30 people were wounded in rescue operation. Authorities claimed that five terrorists had been killed in the rescue operation.

Although the government took strict security measures during the Eid festival across the country but attack was managed in Dhaka.