NSU teacher Mubashar returns home
North South University (NSU) teacher Mubashar Hasan, who went missing on November 7, returned to his residence in Banasree area of Dhaka early today.
Moshiur Rahman, officer-in-charge of Khilgaon Police Station, confirmed it to The Daily Star.
Mubashar’s sister Tamanna Tasmin said her brother returned home by a CNG-run auto-rickshaw around 1:00am.
“He was very tired and traumatised. So we asked him to take rest first. We are yet to know the details about his missing,” she said.
Zahangir Kabir Khan, officer-in-charge (investigation) of Khilgaon Police Station, said that they will submit a report before the court as Mubashar’s family filed a general diary after he went missing.
Dr Mubashar Hasan, assistant professor at the political science department, was missing since November 7.
He came out of the university around 4:30pm on the fateful day and police said he last talked to someone on his mobile phone at 6:41pm when he was near Lions Eye Hospital at Agargaon.
Mubashar, who also researched about political Islam, graduated from Dhaka University's journalism department. He worked as a journalist for an online news portal in Dhaka for two years before leaving the country for higher studies. He got a masters and a PhD from universities in the UK and Australia.
He returned early today three days after a missing journalist, Utpal Das, was found in Narayanganj on Tuesday night.
Utpal Das, a senior reporter of an online news portal, was missing since October 10.