Sun News Desk: Four Bangladeshi peacekeepers have been seriously injured while conducting a UN-supervised peacekeeping operation in the Central African Republic. ISPR informed this information in a statement on Tuesday (October 4).

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The incident took place on Monday (October 3) at 1:35 PM. Ahra is Major Ashraful Haque, Soldier Jasim Uddin, Soldier Jahangir Alam and Soldier Sharif Hossain.

The injured peacekeepers are undergoing treatment, an ISPR statement said. It is said that a vehicle of Bangladeshi peacekeepers exploded with an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) on Monday at 8:35 PM local time in the Central African Republic during the operations of the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission. Four Bangladeshi peacekeepers were seriously injured at the scene.

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The injured peacekeepers have been shifted to Buer for better treatment. Other peacekeepers engaged in this peacekeeping mission in the country are safe.

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