Three Bangladeshi remittance fighters killed in boiler explosion in Saudi Arabia

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Abdullah Al Mamun

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Four expatriate remittance fighters, including three Bangladeshis, died tragically in a boiler explosion at a chemical factory in Al Jubail, Saudi Arabia.  Three Bangladeshis and one Indian national were among the dead.
 Thursday (Bangladesh time at 11:30 PM)
  This accident happened.
 The name of one of the victims has been revealed.  He is Sohail Shikder.  He is the son of Zahirul Haque Shikdar of Sohagpur village of Ashuganj upazila of Brahmanbaria.
 It is known that Sohail went to Al Jubail, Saudi Arabia in January 2022. Last Thursday night, he was working on welding in a chemical factory.  Suddenly, the boiler of the factory exploded and the whole factory caught fire.  At that time, Sohail was burnt to death.  Four people including Sohail died in that incident.
 The news of the death of the dead Bangladeshis cast a shadow of grief among the local diaspora.
 The bodies of the deceased have been kept in the freezer of the local hospital.

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