India reportedly hands Sheikh Mujib’s killer to Bangladesh
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India reportedly hands Sheikh Mujib’s killer to Bangladesh

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Dhaka, Apr 22: Indian intelligence agencies reportedly handed over to Bangladesh, key conspirator convicted in the assassination of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the founder of the neighbouring country. According to reports, Risaldar Moslehuddin was handed over on Monday evening to Bangladesh at an undisclosed land border crossing. Moslehuddin is believed to be one of the conspirators who shot down the Bangabandhu.

He was supposedly detained in Bongaon, some 70 km from Kolkata in West Bengal. He ran a small herbal medicine shop. According to easternlinks.com, a news portal that broke the story, another convicted killer of Bangabandhu - Abdul Majed who was hanged on April 12, 2020, - revealed Moslehuddin's whereabouts before he was executed. The reported intelligence operation to track Moslehuddin was conducted under deep cover by top agencies and even the West Bengal police was unaware of the operation, sources said.

When initial reports about the operation emerged along with photos and videos of the suspect, there was a lot of confusion because some sources claimed the man in the photo -who was allegedly Moslehuddin -had died a few years ago. According to some reports, Bangladesh used highly sophisticated facial recognition technology to confirm that the man being handed over was indeed the fugitive. Official confirmation of the operation is awaited both in India and Bangladesh. (UNI)

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