16 extra launched in Oman after MP Sony

Oman authorities have launched all of the 17 Bangladeshis, together with Khadizatul Awar Sony MP, a day after detaining them for holding a gathering at a Muscat lodge with out permission.

The MP elected for the reserved ladies seat from Chattogram-19 went to Oman on Tuesday and held a gathering with the expatriate Bangladeshis at Haffa Home Muscat Lodge round 10:00pm.

Some expatriate Bangladeshis from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates additionally went there.

“Thus far we bought to know that they held the assembly with out permission of the native authorities. Subsequently, the Oman police performed a raid and detained them,” International Ministry Public Diplomacy wing Director Normal Seheli Sabrin advised reporters at a weekly media briefing yesterday.

After studying of the detention, officers of the Bangladesh embassy in Oman spoke to the Oman police, and Khadizatul Anwar MP and a few Bangladeshi expatriates who dwell in Oman have been launched on Wednesday.

The others — who went to Oman from Saudi Arabia and the UAE — have been launched yesterday.

Requested if the Bangladesh embassy needed to give any endeavor, Seheli Sabrin stated, “Sure, when the embassy intervened, it needed to keep official procedures.”

Requested if the assembly had any political motive, she stated she had no thought about it.

Seheli Sabrin stated the prime minister stresses on sustaining native legal guidelines by the expatriate Bangladeshis.

“So, our expectation is that when our dignitaries go overseas, they need to keep native legal guidelines once they meet them. It’s embarrassing for Bangladesh expatriates in addition to for us, in any other case,” she added.

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