Sheltering Bangabandhu’s killers is shameful for US, Canada: Momen

Overseas Minister AK Abdul Momen as we speak stated it’s shameful for the USA and Canada as they’ve up to now did not deport Bangabandhu’s convicted killers, regardless of being main advocates of human rights throughout the globe.

“The self-declared killers have been dwelling in these nations who lecture about humanism and converse out about human rights. They need to be ashamed of it,” he stated.

The minister was talking at a tree-planting occasion on the Overseas Service Academy within the capital on the primary day of August, the month of mourning to commemorate the assassination of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and his members of the family.

The federal government up to now traced Bangbandhu’s two convicted fugitive killers — Rashed Chowdhury and Noor Chowdhury — within the USA and Canada respectively, whereas the whereabouts of the three different fugitives — Khandaker Abdur Rashid, Shariful Haque Dalim and Moslehuddin Khan — are but to be ascertained.

After tracing the 2 killers, the overseas ministry and the regulation ministry have been deeply engaged with the US and the Canadian authorities to convey the murderers again dwelling.

Earlier, Momen stated the overseas ministry had despatched letters to all missions overseas as a part of the marketing campaign to seek out the fugitive killers.

The overseas minister, State Minister for Overseas Affairs Md Shahriar Alam and Overseas Secretary Masud Bin Momen planted three saplings individually on the premises of the Overseas Service Academy.

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