Wife urges PM's intervention to find Salahuddin

Wife urges PM’s intervention to find Salahuddin


Hasina Ahmed, wife of BNP leader Salahuddin Ahmed yesterday again urged Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to interfere to find out her husband–went disappeared on March 11 from a residence at city’s Uttara. Hasina Ahmed made the appeaifel, 53 days off the BNP joint secretary general was allegedly detained by detectives from his relative’s residence.A former BNP lawmaker from Cox’s Bazaar, Hasina Ahmed was talking to reporters at her Gulshan residence. Earlier, a BNP delegation led by the party’s international affairs secretary Asaduzzaman Khan Ripon visited Hasina Ahmed to console her. An emotion choked Hasina told reporters that she does not want to know why her husband had been taken away. “My only demand is to get him [Salahuddin] back safe amidst us. On behalf of my sons and daughters, I earnestly urge the premier so that they get back their loving father alive.” Hasina Ahmed said they are pretty much sure that it was the law enforcement agencies which picked up her husband. “I believe that my husband was picked up by the law enforcement agencies and he will comeback if they take initiatives,” Hasina said. Earlier in March, she has submitted two memorandums to Sheikh Hasina, seeking her intervention to trace Salahuddin. On March10, some 20 to 30 people detained the BNP leader from a house at Uttara introducing themselves as law enforcers, especially as Detective Branch of police personnel.- Staff Reporter


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