Relatives, friends and well-wishers of North South University (NSU) teacher Dr Mubashar Hasan Cesar have expressed their happiness on social media on his return home after 44 days.
The assistant professor of NSU returned home early Friday. He went missing on November 7.
His sister, Tamanna Tasnim, shared a post on Facebook, saying: “My brother Dr Mubashar Hasan came home safe & sound by the grace of almighty Allah at 1am in the morning.”
Ali Riaz, professor at the Illinois State University’s department of politics and government, posted: "Mobasher Hassan has returned home – I am happy to hear this news; and I hope those who have disappeared like him also return to their relatives.”
Former journalist and NGO worker Shariful Hasan wrote: “It’s a happy morning. Our brother Cesar has come back to us. Thanks to all those who stood by us. I cannot express how good I feel. Good morning, Bangladesh.”
Gitiara Nasreen, professor of mass communication and journalism at Dhaka University, posted a photo of a flower with the caption: "I am happy that I could change my cover photo. For days, I had a cover photo – demanding the returning of the missing Cesar. I hope I do not have to post any such photo for anyone else.”
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