Deceased Abul Kalam, 25, was the son of Kala Mia, a resident of Kawakanda village in the upazila. He was a degree first year student at Kendua College.
Police sources said Abul Kalam and one villager Hares Mia locked into an altercation on Friday afternoon.
Later, a clash took place between two groups that left at least four people injured including Abul Kalam.
The injured first taken to Kendua Upazila Health Complex and later, the on duty doctor referred Abdul Kalam to Mymensingh Medical College Hospital.
As his physical condition deteriorated, Abul Kalam was taken to DMCH where he succumbed to his injuries.
Kendua Police Station officer in-charge (OC) Kazi Shah Newaz confirmed the matter.
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