Dhaka wants to bring back Noor Chowdhury, who was sentenced to death for killing Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and his family, from Canada in a bilateral process. In this regard, the Minister of Foreign Affairs discussed with Lily Nichols, the High Commissioner appointed in Dhaka. Hasan Mahmud.
This matter was discussed when Danish Ambassador Christian Brix Møller and Canadian High Commissioner Lily Nicholls came to a courtesy meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at Segunbagicha in the capital on Monday. Later in the afternoon, the foreign minister told reporters about this.
Dr. Hasan Mahmud said, there was a discussion about sending back Noor Chowdhury, the accused in the Bangabandhu murder case. The High Commissioner told me that it was a disadvantage that Canada does not have the death penalty. I requested bilateral process. The High Commissioner said, he will report the matter to their government.
The government is trying to bring back to the country the absconding accused of Bangabandhu’s murder and execute the punishment. In line with that, efforts have been going on for the past few years to bring Noor Chowdhury back from Canada.
Adoption of ‘preferential’ measures to receive more migrants from Bangladesh in meeting with High Commissioner; The Minister discussed about the inclusion of the students of this country in Canada’s Students Direct Scheme (SDS), especially for the agricultural sector.
The foreign minister said about the meeting with the ambassador of Denmark, the ambassador said that Bangladesh is the second development partner of Denmark in terms of trade. They are interested in investing in Chittagong port of Bangladesh. We have been working with Denmark for a long time on climate issues. Discussions were held regarding the continuation of cooperation in this regard in the future. Apart from this, the meeting also discussed about the increase of ‘Danish investment’ in the economic zones of Bangladesh.
After the bail of the labor law case. The statement given by Yunus – ‘The case was not done by the workers, the government did’, when the journalists asked about this, the minister said, ‘Dr. With due respect and respect to Muhammad Yunus, what he said is not correct. Dr. Yunus’s organization could not properly explain the dues to the workers, they were deprived. Aggrieved workers have filed a case. This requires an approval from the Labor Department, which they have taken. Detailed legal explanation will be given by the Ministry of Law.