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NSU teacher ‘missing’

Md Esaraf Hossain     8th November, 2017 11:16:45 printer

NSU teacher ‘missing’

A teacher of North South University has reportedly gone missing amid growing number of abduction incidents in the country.

Dr Mobashwer, an assistant professor of the Faculty of Social Science, left his house at Banasree in Rampura for the university in the capital on Tuesday. Since then, he was not found, police said, quoting from a general diary.
Motahar Hossain, father of Dr Mobashwer, filed the diary on Wednesday with Khilgaon Police Station in this connection.

Mobashwer was researching militancy. He has also some family problems, said his uncle Manzur Hossain.“We are investigating the complaint about the incident,” said Mashiur Rahman, officer-in-charge of the police station.
The ‘missing’ incident of the teacher has come after a senior journalist reportedly went missing in the capital on October 10.

The ‘missing’ incident of journalist Utpal Das has triggered street demonstrations in the capital. His fellowmen have demanded his rescue.

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan said at a programme in the capital that law enforcers are working to find Utpal Das.

In another incident, a school student was found dead after he went missing from his neighbour’s house at Khanpara in Tongi area.

The deceased was identified as Sakib, son of Alal Miah of Durgapur in Netrakona.

RAB officer Mufti Mahmud Khan said organised gangs are allegedly kidnapping innocent people, especially traders, to realise ransom.