`Process underway to bring back another Bangabandhu`s killer`
Published: 04:57 PM, 8 August 2020 Updated: 05:43 PM, 8 August 2020
Foreign Minister A K Abdul Momen placed floral wreath at historic Mujibnagar Memorial Complex; Photo: DailyBangladesh
Five fugitive convicted killers of Bangabandhu are still alive. Locations of the two have been known. One of them is currently staying in America while the other is in Canada. Foreign Minister A K Abdul Momen said that the process of bringing back one of the two murderers is going on.
He said this in response to a question about the possibility of bringing back Bangabandhu's killers to the country during his visit to the historic Mujibnagar in Meherpur on Saturday.
The foreign minister said, "In case we can't bring them, we have asked the embassies to go and stay in front of the houses of the killers with people at least once a month." As if perverted to the people.
When the minister reached Meherpur Circuit House at 9 pm on Friday, Deputy Commissioner Mohammad Mansur Alam Khan greeted him with floral wreath. Later, the minister visited the historic Mujibnagar Memorial Complex at 9.30 am on Saturday. There he first paid homage to the Mujibnagar Memorial with flowers.
The minister added that both India and Pakistan have started joint research with other countries to find a vaccine for coronavirus. It’s sad we couldn’t start working with anyone to find a vaccine. We spent a lot of money in Europe to get the vaccine.