Land belonging to a Jumma tried to occupy by a settler in Barkal


Hill Voice, 31 March 2020, Rangamati:  It has been reported that the land belonging to a Jumma villager is being tried to occupy by a Bengali settler in Aimachara union under Barkal upazila of Rangamati district.

It is reported that a Bengali settler named Md. Rubel, son of Md. Shah Jamal of Kalabunia village of Barkal Upazila has been hatching conspiracy to occupy paddy land belonging to Chandra Kanta Chakma, son of late Sagar Chandra Chakma, resident of Hedbunia mouza under Aimachara union in Barkal upazila.

On Monday, 30 March 2020, when Chandra Kanta Chakma went to his land for making the land ready for planting paddy, Md. Rubel along with his team rushed there and tried to prevente Chandra Kanta to cultivate his land.

At that time, Chandra Kanta Chakma showed the documents of his possession. Then the settler went back after arguing in various ways.

The next day, Md. Rubel filed a verbal complaint to the OC of Barkal Police Station.

In this, OC Md. Jasimuddin summoned land owner Chandra Kanta Chakma. The next day, Chandra Kanta Chakma and Md. Rubel appeared at the police station.

Md. Rubel was not able to show any papers in the police station but he continued to give threatening and intimidation to Chandra Kanta Chakma.