On monday night
Prokipu Kumar Das, Chief of Teknaf Headquarters Police, said that Prada Kumar Das, Chief Executive Officer of Teknaf Police, said the incident took place at the Nayapara Rohingya camp in Hannas.
The injured argued that a group of people attacked them for providing information to BGB.
Although the wounded were identified as an attacker, the police could not confirm it.
The injured were injured
Azizul Haque (50), his wife Taiba Begum (40), son Hussein Johar (15) and one-year-old girl Jessin Akhter, the son of the final Ali Hossain, resident of Iparas I-blockade, Teknaf Naipara Rohingya camp.
Local residents said OC Pradip said that at around 19:00 at the Nayapara Rohingya camp, a group of miscreants attacked the site of Azizul Haque.
"They cried out to the shore, and they were vandalized. Three people were injured and one child was injured in the battle."
He said nobody could be arrested because the miscreant fled before the police came to the spot.
The OC said injured people rescued the victims and sent them to the Koks Bazaar Sadara Hospital.
Hossain Zohar, who was treated at the Cokas Bazaar Sadar Hospital, said: "The attack took place on charges of supplying information about the Rohingya Miscreants Border Guard in Bangladesh (BGB). Earlier, these disciples had threatened to pray at different times."
He said the identified Rohingya robbers, Nurul Alam and Md. Sadek was run by 13 armed miscreants. All attackers identified Rohingya miscreants. "
Meanwhile, OC Pradib said that the attack on the Rohingya camp was not approved.
However, the police are investigating the cause of the attack. OC Pradip said the lawsuit will be directed against those involved in this incident.
Parvez Alam, a medical specialist at the Sadara Hospital in Coke Bazaar, said: "Three Rohingyas from one family were hospitalized in the night bullet. Among them, Azizul Huq's situation is alarming."