Aniruddha Kumar Roy, managing director of RMM Group who was abducted from Dhaka, has returned home after two and a half months.
The businessman was abducted from Gulshan area on August 27.
Aniruddha's nephew Kollol Hajra told the Dhaka Tribune that a group of people left Aniruddha in front of his residence around 3:30am on Thursday.
“Our guard saw my uncle standing in front of his residence and informed us. We took him to our house,” Kollol said.
However, like many other cases, Aniruddha remained silent and said nothing about his abduction.
He returned home a day after Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal assured the return of missing people.
While being asked, Kollol said his uncle was physically fine but was not talking too often.
Gulshan police station Officer-in-Charge Abu Bakkar Siddique said: “Kollo Hajra informed us that he returned home. We are yet to talk to him about his abduction.”
They were investigating the matter, he said.
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On August 27, a group of people identifying them as Detective Branch (DB) of Police, abducted Aniruddha in a micro-bus from Gulshan 1.
The incident was captured in CCTV footage. Later, the same night, Kollol filed a general diary with Gulshan police regarding the matter.
However, six other people who suspiciously went missing from Dhaka are yet to be traced.
The list includes - Mubashar Hasan, teacher of North South University; Tanvir Yasin Karim, owner of Karim International; Syed Sadat Ahmed, managing director of ABN Group and also a member of BNP executive committee; Aminur Rahman, acting secretary general of Kalyan Party; Ishrak, a student of McGill University of Canada; and Journalist Utpal Das.