Prof Emajuddin demands judicial probe of Salahuddin's state

Prof Emajuddin demands judicial probe of Salahuddin’s state


Former Vice Chancellor of Dhaka University Prof Emajuddin Ahmed on Friday demanded a judicial probe to unearth as to how Salahuddin had gone missing and reached India’s northeastern state Meghalaya’s capital Shillong. He accused the government of resorting to a ‘foul drama’ over BNP leader Salahuddin Ahmed issue.“The government is resorting to a foul drama over Salahuddin Ahmed’s disappearance and tracing out… their (govt’s) attitude is impractical and unbelievable. People don’t believe in their dirty drama,” he said.
Addressing a discussion programme at the Jatiya Press Club, the pro-BNP professional also said, “It’s necessary to dig out through a judicial inquiry as to how Salahuddin had been picked up, where he had been kept and how he reached Shillong, and make the information public.
He said the country’s people want to know how Salahuddin was taken to Shillong. “If the information about Salahuddin Ahmed’s disappearance is hushed up, the future will not forgive the current regime.”
He also warned that the government will be held responsible if any thing bad happens to BNP joint secretary general Salahuddin Ahmed.
Swadhinata Forum, a pro-BNP platform, arranged the programme demanding the withdrawal of the ‘false’ chargesheet against BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia in a bus torching case and the release of detained national leaders.
After nearly two months of his disappearance, Salahuddin was arrested by Shillong police on Monday.
According to a BBC Bangla report, Salahuddin on Thursday told two of his relatives who met him at a hospital in Shillong that he had been brought there blindfolded after changing vehicles for several times.
BNP and Salahuddin’s family members had been claiming that law enforcers picked him up from a house at Uttara on the night of March 10, an allegation denied by the law enforcers and the government.
Emajuddin lambasted the ruling party leaders for their assertion that Salahuddin himself went into hiding and fled India, saying their remarks are unguarded and foul talk. “They’re making such remarks only for character assassination of Salahuddin.”
He urged the government to rescind the chargesheet against Khaleda Zia. “There’s still time: withdraw the false chargesheet. No civilised society likes such falsehood.”


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