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BNP urges Govt for no foul play on Salahuddin


BNP on Thursday urged the government to demonstrate a human attitude by assisting the family members of its leader Salahuddin Ahmed to safely bring him back home from India instead of doing foul politics over his disappearance.
“We’re very happy as Salahuddin Ahmed has been traced after over two months of his disappearance. But, we’re observing that some cruel and inhuman remarks are being made the ruling party leaders over his disappearance and emergence. It’s very much unfortunate,” said BNP joint secretary general M Shahjahan.BNP will formally give its reaction to the resurfacing of missing party leader Salahuddin Ahmed in Shillong, Meghalaya after learning about his real situation, said BNP international affairs secretary Dr Asaduzzaman Ripon yesterday.
Addressing a press conference at BNP headquarters at Naya Paltan, he sought the government cooperation to return him to his family instead of showing any cruel attitude towards him.
His comments came three days after news report from Indian press in Meghalaya that Salahuddin Ahmed was found in Shillong on Monday.
Salahuddin Ahmed, who was missing for 63 days, was found at Golf Link area of Meghalaya’s capital Shillong when he was wandering around aimlessly.
He was taken to a mental hospital first and later shifted to Civil Hospital for treatment putting him under police custody.
Asked why BNP has kept silent over resurfacing of Salahuddin, party joint secretary general Mohammad Shajahan said BNP has not remained silent but there is a strategic side in it.
“Salahuddin himself has been suffering from panic,” he said urging the government to take necessary measures to return him to his family instead of passing cruel remarks.
Asaduzzaman Ripon however differed with Md Shajahan saying that there is no strategy to keep silent but they want Salahuddin returns homes first.
“It is important to know of his (Salahuddin’s) real situation. His family members would go to Meghalaya soon then his real situation could be known. Then we will give our reaction,” he added.
Replying to a question on issuance of red alert, Asaduzzaman said it is nothing but the reflection of the government’s attitude. – Staff Reporter


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