One murdered in Jessore village JESSORE: A man was chopped to death by his brother following a family feud at Banghda village under Jhikargachha upazila of the district on Thursday. The deceased was identified as Mohiuddin, 50, of the same village. Police and family sources said, the brawl erupted centering cutting of a tree branch on their house premises. At one stage Mohiuddin’s brother Faizul Hossain and his two sons attacked him and chopped him with sharp weapons leaving him critically injured. Locals rushed Mohiuddin to Jhikargachha Upazila Health Complex where on duty doctor declared him dead. Police recovered the body from the complex and sent it to Jessore 250-bed general hospital for postmortem. A case was recorded with thana concerned in this connection, reports BSS. 6 shops gutted in Munshiganj MUNSHIGANJ: At least six shops were gutted by a devastating fire which broke out from a shop at Nimtoli Bazaar under Sirajdikhan upazila here on Thursday. Srinagar fire service station officer Saiful Islam said the fire originated from electrical short circuit at a shop at 12:30 pm and soon engulfed the other adjacent shops. On information, fire fighters from Srinagar fire station rushed to the spot and doused the blaze after one hour of hectic efforts with the help of local people. The extent of loss due to the fire could be over Taka 20 lakh, he added, reports BSS. One jailed for eve teasing in Sunamganj SUNAMGANJ:A mobile court here yesterday sentenced a young man to three months jail for eve teasing. The convict was identified as Sohel, 25, son of Minuddin at Dhalasram village in Derai upazila of the district. Officer in charge of Derai thana Enamul Haque said police arrested Sohel on charge of teasing a woman. Later, Derai upazila nirbahi officer Altab Hossain arranged trial of the man at the mobile court and he was sentenced to three months’ jail, said the court, reports BSS. Classes held amid Shibir strike at SUST Sylhet Correspondent The classes of most of the departments at Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) were held on the campus yesterday amid the first day of two days long strike enforced by the Islami Chhatra Shibir (ICS). According to campus source, classes of maximum departments were taken while the transports also ran on the scheduled time during the strike. But the presence of students and teachers were thin compared to other days. However, around 15 ICS activists brought out a procession on the campus and fled within five minutes exploding by one home made bomb in front of the university’s basket ball ground in favour of the strike. In this connection university’s proctor Associate Prof Dr Himadri Sekhor Roy said that, additional policemen were deployed on the campus and hall to control untoward situations. RMG staff dies in Ashulia road crash Savar Correspondent A garment staff was run over by a bus in Ashulia on Thursday. The accident took place on the Dhaka-Tangail highway of Chokrobarti area. The deceased was identified as Nannu, 28, finishing in-charge of Beximco’s CFCL factory in Gazipur. SI Anwar Hossain of Chakrabarti police outpost said Nannu was crossing the road around 7.30am when the Savar-bound bus ran him over leaving dead on the spot. His co-workers blocked the highway for an hour since 8am, forcing hundreds of vehicles to strand on both sides of the road. They cleared the highway after police rushed to the spot.