Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan said the government is trying to resolve the issues with Myanmar peacefully and diplomatically but a complaint will be lodged to the United Nations regarding mortar shelling at the border if necessary.
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan today requested countries, which had previously expressed interest in resettling Rohingyas in their states, to take in a large number of Rohingyas and alleviate Bangladesh’s problems.
Home Minister Assaduzzaman Khan Kamal says that he has directed Gulshan police to take immediate steps to rescue missing Mohona TV journalist Moshiur Rahman.
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan says that Deputy Inspector General of police Mizanur Rahman will definitely be arrested if there is an arrest warrant against him.
The Sylhet Government Women’s College student, who was waylaid and hacked brutally in broad daylight by a Chhatra League leader yesterday, is now in a critical state.
Rapid Action Battalion postpones a programme at Mongla upazila of Bagerhat where a gang of robbers were scheduled to formally surrender in presence of Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan.
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan says the US has agreed to work with Bangladesh to combat terrorism and militancy in the country.
In an effort to curb terrorism, the Home Ministry today decides to set up a 24/7 anti-terrorism cell to monitor all the information related to terrorism and pass that on to relevant law enforcement agencies.
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal says that the write-ups of the slain secular activist Nazimuddin Samad are needed to be scrutinised to see whether he wrote anything objectionable about religion.