Five featured in missing people’s list released by Bangladesh officials ‘might be in India’

শনিবার, ৩০ জুলাই ২০১৬
30 July 2016 At least five people, featured in the missing list released by Bangladesh Police after the Gulshan and Sholakia attacks, may have entered India, reports the Time of India.

The Indian daily reported on Friday that they include Canadian-Bangladeshi Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury.

Citing sources, the newspaper said the matter was a ‘crucial part’ of a recent meeting between home ministers of Bangladesh and India in New Delhi.

India has upped security along its border with Bangladesh after the terror attacks on a Dhaka cafe and the Sholakia Eidgah grounds in Kishoreganj.

The Times of India report, however, does not say whether the five entered India from Bangladesh or somewhere else.


Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury is seen in this photo released by authorities.

Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury is seen in this photo released by authorities.

Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury, who hails from Sylhet and Japanese-Bangladeshi Saifullah Ojaki, have been reported missing from their countries for quite some time now.

ATM Tajuddin from south-eastern district of Lakshmipur, is missing from Australia, while northern district Chapainawabganj’s Nazibullah Ansari, a marine engineer, has gone missing from Malaysia.



Missing Junnun Sikder from Dhaka is named in an anti-terrorism case with militant group Ansarullah Bangla Team’s chief Mufti Jasimuddin Rahman.

These five men were featured in the first list of 10 missing people released by the security forces after details of the Gulshan and Sholakia attackers emerged.

Law-enforcer later released a second set of names of missing persons, featuring Bangladeshi-American Shehzad Rouf, who was among the nine killed during the Jul 26 raid on a suspected militant den in Dhaka.

Police said those killed in the raid were operatives of the banned outfit, Jamaa’tul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB).

Intelligence officials say Tamim is a JMB leader.

International media reports, citing several Islamic State publications, have described him as the Middle East-based group’s Bangladesh chapter chief.

According to reports, the 30-year-old has been missing from Canada since 2013

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