Italian police recovered hammers and chains from the scene, and have already identified two of the killers
A Bangladeshi man was brutally murdered in the city of Milan in Italy on Saturday night.
The deceased, Rashid Hawladar, 44, was severely injured by six Bangladeshis in front of the municipal market on Montegani Road of Quartiere Stadera area in the heart of Milan.
The attackers beat him with hammers and chains, and quickly fled the scene before the first police car and ambulance arrived.
Shortly after being taken to a local San Paolo hospital, Rashid passed away.
Italian police recovered hammers and chains from the scene, and have already identified two of the killers.
They are now trying to catch the killers from the CCTV footage that has been collected from the area.
Rashid had a temporary residence permit (Permesso di Sozzarno) in Italy. The Quartiere Stadera area where the killing took place was previously identified as a crime zone in the police register.
Rashid was from Munshiganj district.