Bangladesh police said Monday they have captured four individuals regarding the homicide of an Italian help laborer who was shot dead a month ago in an assault guaranteed by the so called Islamic State (IS) gathering.
“We have captured four individuals regarding the homicide of Cesare Tavella. Three of them were his executioners,” Dhaka police representative Muntashirul Islam told AFP.
Bangladesh police arrested four people over Italian aid worker murder
Further subtle elements would be discharged at a police question and answer session later on Monday, the representative included.
The 50-year-old Tavella was shot dead on Sept 28 close to Dhaka’s conciliatory zone, one of a progression of late assaults which have been guaranteed by IS.
A weekend besieging of the fundamental Shia hallowed place in Dhaka, which slaughtered one individual and injured handfuls more, has further elevated reasons for alarm of minorities living in the mostly Muslim yet formally mainstream country.
A Japanese rancher was additionally killed by shooters in northern Bangladesh not exactly a week after Tavella’s executing.