Javed Iqbal Chowdhury Cox's Bazar: An Alim examinee named Md. Matiur Rahman was beaten up in Teknaf. He is the son of Maulvi Abdul Karim of Sabrang Koinchhari Para. On Saturday (November 5) at 11 pm, he was rescued and admitted to Teknaf Upazila Health Complex. Later, he was sent to Cox's Bazar District Sadar Hospital for better treatment, said Md. Abdur Rahman, brother of the injured Motiur. He said that his brother Matiur Rahman left Teknaf's Hnila Rangikhali Madrasa Center on a motorcycle at night to participate in the Alim exam. On the way, Enamul Haque Enam member of Ward No. 8 area of Teknaf-Sabrang road and some people stopped him on his motorcycle. Later, they took him down from the car and entered the office of the Enam member and severely beat him up and injured him. Later, he was rescued and taken to Cox's Bazar district headquarters with first aid at Teknaf Upazila Health Complex. He also said that November 6 was the first exam of Alim Bengali subject. It is no longer given.
In this regard, Enamul Haque Enam member said, due to the murder of local Nurul Haque Bhutto, the relatives of the deceased brought a young man with a motorcycle to my office. I asked the young man to leave after knowing the Alim examinee. I promise to settle the old dispute between the two parties sometime after the exam. But I heard that the deceased Bhutto's relatives beat the candidate again at some point on the way to leave the office. Enam member also claimed that he is not involved in this attack. Dr. Prannoy Rudra, a doctor working in the emergency department of Teknaf Hospital, said that an injured person was sent to Cox's Bazar with first aid at 11 pm.