BRAHMANBARIA: The bodies of five Bangladeshi expatriate, who were burnt to death in a fire in Malaysia’s Selangor province, were buried in the family graveyards Friday.
Earlier, the nama-e-janaza of them was held at Nurjahanpur Government Primary School ground after Juma prayer.
A large number of people from all walks of life attended in the funerals, including liberation war affairs state minister AB Tajul Islam.
Earlier in the day, the bodies of five Bangladeshis, who were burnt to death in a fire in Malaysia’s Selangor province, reached at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport.
Secretary of Labour, Employment and Expatriates’ Welfare Ministry Mizanur Rahman received the bodies on behalf of the government.
Ibrahim Khalil, cousin of a deceased confirmed the matter to banglanews.
UNO of Nabinagar upazila Samsul Islam Mehedi said, “Their namaz-e-janaza will be held at Nurjahanpur Primary school ground after Juma prayer.
On July 3, five Bangladeshi nationals, including two siblings, were burnt to death in a fire in Malaysia’s Selangor province.
The deceased were identified as Sourav, Babu, Rumon, Farhad and Basir.
DG of Consular and Welfare Wing at foreign ministry Sultana Laila Hossain confirmed the matter.
BDST: 1650 HRS, JUL 06, 2012
Edited by:M. Mahbub Alam, Asst Output Editor
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