Brahmanbaria Correspondent, bdnews24.com
Madrasa students have rampaged through Brahmanbaria for the third day during extremist group Hifazat-e Islam’s shutdown.
The Hifazat workers vandalised and carried out arson attacks on a number of government and private establishments on Sunday.
At least two people died in hospital from injuries sustained in clashes with the police and Border Guard Bangladesh.
The dead were among several people brought to Brahmanbaria General Hospital with injuries.
The dead are Al Amin, 19, and an unidentified man in his early 40s.
On Saturday, five people were killed in Brahmanbaria during clashes between the police and protesters against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit.
Hifazat called the shutdown for Sunday in protest against the deaths in the protests. Four other protesters died in Chattogram on Friday.