JS body for bringing back Bangabandhu’s fugitive killers
DHAKA, Aug 01, 2018 (BSS) – Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs today discussed the ongoing steps for bringing back the fugitive killers
of Bangabandhu to the country.
The committee discussed the matter at its 18th meeting held at the Jatiya Sangsad
Bhaban with Committee Chairperson Dr Dipu Moni in the chair, said an official release.
The committee also recommended for continuing diplomatic efforts to bring those
fugitive killers back home.
The JS committee asked the foreign ministry to request the government of those
countries, where the identified killers are now staying, to keep the fugitives under
imprisonment to stop their free movement.
Committee members Foreign Minister Abul Hasan Mahmud Ali, State Minister for Foreign
Affairs M Shahriar Alam, Muhammad Faruque Khan, Kazi Nabil Ahmed, Md Sohrab Uddin and
Selim Uddin, among others, attended the meeting.
The parliamentary committee also dwelt on repatriation of the Rohingyas who were
forcibly displaced from Myanmar.
It expressed satisfaction over successful diplomatic campaign made by the government
on the Rohingya issue world-wide to draw support for Bangladesh, it said.
The diplomatic campaign, the committee said, has brought about a positive change in
the mindset of Russia and China, the release added.