“Before we could return, we saw our houses at enclave 142 in Seuti Kursha area were razed as a ‘punishment’.”
More than 100 enclaves of India encircled by Bangladesh border and over 50 enclaves of Bangladesh enclosed by Indian territory will be exchanged between the two neighbouring countries at midnight tonight.
Rains played the spoilsport in the first Test between the two teams at Chittagong too.
Dale Steyn caused an uproar earlier this year by saying that the Bangladesh tour was ‘a waste of time’.
South Africa players complained during Lunch to match referee Chris Broad, who passed it on to BCB.
Bangladesh were 179/4, trailing South Africa by 69 runs, when rain stopped play on Day 2.
Debutant Mustafizur Rahman took 3 wickets in 4 balls and finished with 4/37 as SA were all out for 248 on Day 1.
The first incident was reported from Motijhorna area where three persons including two children, aged two and five, and a woman, 29, were buried alive, officials said.
Among those killed, 12 people died on the spot including both the bus drivers while two others succumbed to injuries on way their way to hospital.
Previously, Bangladesh have blanked out Pakistan 3-0 and also beat 2011 world champions India 2-1 last month.
Nur Mia was arrested on the outskirts of the northeastern city of Sylhet late yesterday, becoming the eighth person to be held over the July 8 killing of the boy.
Islam has been arrested for torturing teenage vegetable vendor Samiul Alam Rajan who was tied to a pole in Bangladesh and beaten up for nearly 30 minutes until he died.
On Thursday last week, Ainul signed the form during the census drive in the enclaves in Cooch Behar district, effectively stating his willingness to be a citizen of India.
Mustafizur Rahman has been rewarded for his strong limited overs performances with a call-up to the Test squad.
Bangladesh defeated South Africa by 7 wickets to level 3-match series 1-1.