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Dhaka seeks Delhi's support in locating missing MP Anar

MP Anar went to India for treatment on May 11

Update : 19 May 2024, 10:58 PM

The Bangladesh High Commission in New Delhi and the Deputy High Commission in Kolkata are in touch with the Ministry of External Affairs of India regarding the reported missing of MP Anwarul Azim Anar.

"The Deputy High Commission in Kolkata sent a formal communication to the MEA Branch Secretariat in Kolkata on Sunday, seeking the support of the MEA for locating and rescuing the MP," a senior official told UNB.

The Deputy High Commission in Kolkata is aware of the issue and they have been working closely with law enforcement of West Bengal since Saturday, he said. 

The Bangladesh High Commission in New Delhi has also been following up with the MEA in New Delhi, said the official.

Anwarul Azim Anar, the lawmaker for Jhenaidah-4, has been missing since at least May 14, having gone on a medical trip to India on May 11.

“His whereabouts are still unknown. Family members and party activists could not reach him since Tuesday,” the MP Anar's assistant Abdur Rauf said.

He also said: “Anar went to India for treatment on May 11. He maintained contact with his family members till May 14. Since then, all communication with him has been lost. His WhatsApp number is also unreachable.”

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