Three Bangladeshi students killed in Canada road accident
Staff Reporter,USA: Three meritorious Bangladeshi students have died in a road accident in Manitoba, Canada. The tragic accident occurred at 6:20 a.m. local time on Thursday (February 18), when two vehicles collided head-on north of the town of Arborg, 115 kilometers from Winnipeg. The dead were all final year students at the University of Manitoba. The deceased were identified as Aditya Noman, Aranur Azad Chowdhury and Risul Bandhan. Their age is approximately 23 to 25 years.
Abdul Baten, from the Bangladeshi community in Canada, said the slain students went to Manitoba to see the glow of Northern Life’s Aurora. On the way back, they were the victims of the accident. In the Bangladeshi community in Canada, they are known for their public service activities. The incident has cast a shadow of mourning over the Bangladeshi community in Manitoba.