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15 November, 2017 01:16:58 PM / LAST MODIFIED: 15 November, 2017 01:17:12 PM

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No slide in law and order situation: Home Minister

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No slide in law and order situation: Home Minister

 Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Wednesday said the recent incidents of murders and disappearances don’t demonstrate any slide in the law and order situation of the country. 

“I don’t think some recent murders and disappearance incidents have brought slide in the law and order situation,” the minister said while talking to the journalists after inaugurating morgue at Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College & Hospital in the city. 

While asked about the disappearances of NSU teacher Mobashwer Hossain and journalist Utpal Das, Khan said these types of incidents happened in the past. “Those who got disappeared in the past, most of them, have already come back.

I hope, they (Mobashwer and Utpal) will also come back soon,” he added. 

Replying to a query over the attack on the houses Hindu community in Rangpur district, the minister said the mobile phone set of Titu Chandra Roy will be examined. 

If anything suspicious is found, actions will be taken against him, the Home boss warned. 

Recently, privately-run North South University teacher Mobashwer Hossain and journalist Utpal Das have got disappeared while a private university student was stabbed to death at Madhya Badda and a recruiting agency owner was gunned down at Banani in the city. 

Theses incidents have sparked off countrywide criticisms. 

 

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