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.