Salahuddin to be brought back
14 May 2015, Nirapad News: State Minister for Home Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal on Thursday categorically said that the ‘missing’ BNP leader Salahuddin Ahmed, who was found in Indian state of Meghalaya, would be brought back to the country following legal process.
Kamal made the assertions while talking to journalists after inaugurating the Close Circuit (CC) camera installation works in city’s Gulshan, Baridhara and Niketan areas.
The minister further said, “India has some legal procedures, so do Bangladesh. He will be brought back after completing the process.”
Commerce minister Tofail Ahmed, Inspector General of Police (IG) AKM Shahidul Haque, RAB director general Benazir Ahmed and DMP commissioner Asaduzzaman Mia, among others, were present in the ceremony.
Meanwhile, India’s Shillong police have filed a lawsuit against Salahuddin Ahmed on charge of trespassing.
Currently he is taking treatment at Shillong civil hospital under police custody.
However, whereabouts of missing BNP leader Salahuddin Ahmed was known on Tuesday (May 12). He was under treatment at a mental hospital in Shillong of Meghalaya.
The BNP leader’s wife Hasina Ahmed on Tuesday noon told the media that Salahuddin Ahmed, from a mental hospital of Meghalaya state, called her and said he was alive and fit.
However, BNP leader Salahuddin went missing in the night of March 10.