Alexa Abrar murder chargesheet soon: HM

Abrar murder chargesheet soon: HM

Staff Correspondentdaily-bangladesh.com

Published: 18:02 19 October 2019  

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Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan said the chargesheet for the murder of BUET student Abrar Fahad will be given within the fastest time.

He said, “I was surprised by the murder of Abrar. Because those involved in the murder are talented students of BUET. I could not imagine that their brain would be distorted.”

We arrested those involved in the murder. I have arranged to give a perfect chargesheet for this case. Arrangements will be made so that Abrar’s family will get justice in the shortest time, the minister said.

He said this while addressing as a chief guest at a debate competition on ‘The current government is moving towards establishing good governance’ at FDC auditorium in capital’s Karwanbazar on Saturday. The program was organized by Debate for Democracy, a parliamentary debate organization.

BGMEA University of Fashion & Technology and Dhaka College participated in the debate competition chaired by Hasan Ahmed Chowdhury Kiran.

Asaduzzaman Khan said the present government under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, daughter of Bangabandhu, has been able to control terrorism and militancy. Now she is campaigning against corruption and drugs. “The government is moving towards zero-tolerance policy against irregularities and drugs.”

We are not conducting campaigns based on any sector or area. The campaign is being conducted where there is irregularities, corruption, he said. “The campaign is being conducted to prevent any corrupt and occupant from doing any kind of irregularities and corruption.”

The minister said that the campaign will continue until the elimination of corruption and drugs to create a beautiful country for the new generation. “Sustainable security requires sustainable security. Therefore, law enforcers including RAB, BGB, police are being deployed.”

Asaduzzaman Khan said that the cognition of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was to establish a secular country. “We lost the way after Bangabandhu’s death. Under the leadership of her daughter, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, we have come a long way in the struggle to establish a secular Bangladesh.”

He said that when Awami League came to power in 2008, Durga Puja was held in around 9,000 to 10,000 temples across the country. Durga Puja has been held in 32,000 temples this year.

There is no district in the country that does not have a Buddhist institution. People of all religions are living in harmony with the country, the Home Minister said adding, “Therefore, there is no alternative to anti-corruption campaign to establish a secular Bangladesh.”

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