Panchgarh in the Kadiani community called off the annual jalsa after a protest blockade and massive clashes between angry mobs and the police. Two people including Qadiyani were killed in this incident. The deceased youth is Arifur Rahman (27). He is the son of Farman Ali of Masjid Para area of Panchagarh district city. Another person is Zahid Hasan whose house is in Banpara area of Natore. Panchagarh Superintendent of Police SM Sirajul Huda confirmed the death of Arif. Mahmud Ahmed Sumon of Salana Jalsar media cell of Qadian community said one of them was killed. His name is Zahid Hasan Bari in Banpara area of Natore district. Arif’s funeral was held at the Central Cemetery on Saturday afternoon. Members of law and order forces were deployed at various important establishments of the city since Saturday morning. The situation is currently normal. The guests who came to the Jalsa since late night were sent out of the district by bus due to the intervention of the administration. According to Panchagarh Superintendent of Police, preparations are being made to file a case regarding various acts of violence, vandalism of looted vehicles, vandalism of government offices, and attacks on the police. Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat organized a press conference in the wake of the attack on Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat in Ahmednagar in the afternoon. do External Relations Public Relations Press Media Department and Jalsar Convenor Ahmad Tabshir Chowdhury said, “We have organized this festival in a peaceful manner, a group of anarchists tortured and oppressed us and burned about 120 houses of innocent people of Ahmadiyya community and killed one of their talented workers brutally. Looting has created anarchy in the area. We did not get help from the administration. Many families have fallen by the wayside. Necessary action was demanded against them. On the ground, it was seen that after the Jumma prayers on Friday, the Muslims gathered from some mosques in the Panchagarh municipality area and started a protest march. After that, they came to Panchagarh city and blocked the protest, then at one stage Muslims started marching towards Qadianis Jalsa in Ahmed Nagar area. Meanwhile, the police stopped the procession at Chowrangi Mor area of Panchagarh. From there, the Muslims retreated to the district town on the cinema hall road. Immediately, thousands of angry mobs gathered and started throwing brickbats at the police in the city. At this time, the police chased the crowd. The chase continued. During this time, at least half a hundred people including police journalists were injured. At present, the shops are closed and the situation in Panchagarh city is prevailing. Meanwhile, all the shops in the district city were closed due to the clash between the police and the angry crowd. Shops were closed till night. Since 2 o’clock in the afternoon, there have been sporadic clashes in different areas of the district town. At this time, thousands of pedestrians suffered. Several power transformers in the city were damaged. Electricity supply remains off till night. Meanwhile, in the afternoon, the angry crowd attacked the houses of Ahmadnagar Muslim Jamaat area of Qadian community. 160 houses were set on fire in the attack. Afternoon and evening, the situation becomes somewhat normal. Small vehicles in the city started moving. Around seven in the night, the angry crowd again gathered at various places including Karatoya Bridge and started protesting. Barricade. Meanwhile, after receiving information about the protest, the police had taken up positions in several places including Chowrangi Mor in Panchagarh city from the beginning. BGB RAB also took a position with the police. However, the angry crowd could not be controlled in any way. The angry crowd protested by setting fire at different places. The attack continued from noon to eight o’clock at night. Police from Panchagarh and neighboring districts took part in controlling the angry mob in Panchagarh. Dr. Panchagarh Modern Sadar Hospital Medical Officer. Rahimul Islam said that 18 men were admitted in this incident and 27 people received first aid and two of them were transferred to Rangpur Medical. Panchagarh Superintendent of Police SM Sirajul Huda said that the situation is under our control. The annual jalsa has been discontinued. The Qadianis are returning to their homes. District Commissioner Md. Zahurul Islam told reporters at night that the situation is calm. The annual jalsa has been discontinued.