Shahin’s brother-in-law Md Monju confirmed the matter on Monday
IT specialist Ataur Rahman Shahin, who went missing from Dhaka’s Tejgaon area on May 2, has returned home, police say.
Deputy Commissioner of Tejgaon divison Anisuer Rahman confirmed the matter yesterday, saying: “He [Shahin] returned home safe. I cannot comment further on the matter.”
However, Dhaka Tribune tried to contact Shahin’s wife Tania Akter, but her phone was found switched off.
Tania, on July 3, had sought help from the government and police to find her missing husband.
According to Tania, Shahin was picked up by unknown miscreants from Tejgaon on May 2. A case was filed at Tejgaon industrial police station two days later.
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Tania said: "From the CCTV camera footage, I saw Shahin get out of his office around 7:22pm on May 2. He was waiting for a ride-sharing motorcycle when some miscreants dragged him into a white microbus and drove off."
Since then, his phone was switched off.
Tania had gone to meet the speaker of the parliament, the home minister and the National Human Rights Commission later on to seek assistance in finding her missing husband.