Two Bangladeshi migrants were killed and three others wouned in a road accident in the United Arab Emirates on Tuesday.
The victims were identified as Abdur Rahim, 42 and Alamgir, 45, both from Fatikchhari of Chittagong, reports The Daily Star quoting first secretary of labour wing at Bangladesh embassy in Dubai AKM Mizanur Rahman.
He said the driver of the private car, carrying them, hit an electric pole at Ras Al Khaimah after losing control over the steering around 7:30 am (UAE local time).
Mizanur said the ill-fated migrants were going to workplaces.
Of the wouned, Azim hailed from Hathajari of Chittagong was undergoing treatment in Al Sakar hospital in Dubai. The two others took first aid.