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Murad Hasan and his wife came to the police station and handed over their weapons

Former state minister Murad Hasan and his wife Jahanara Ehsan came to Dhanmondi police station and handed over three licensed weapons. They submitted a foreign pistol and two shotguns with ammunition on Saturday afternoon.

Murad Hasan and his wife came to the police station and handed over their weapons
 Murad Hasan


Police say that last Thursday, Murad Hasan filed a general diary with the Dhanmondi police station alleging that his wife had physically and mentally abused, beaten and threatened to kill him. Earlier, after receiving threats of torture and death from her husband, she called the National Emergency Service 999 and sought police assistance. In this context, they have submitted the weapons.


Dhanmondi Police Officer-in-Charge (OC) Ekram Ali Mia told Prothom Alo that Murad Hasan had handed over a foreign pistol and a shotgun with licensed ammunition to the police station. Another shotgun was submitted by his wife. "Anyone can deposit a licensed weapon at the police station at any time," he said.


Regarding the progress of GD's investigation, the OC said that an application has been made to the court seeking permission for GD's investigation. No direction has been received from the court yet.


Murad Hasan was widely criticized at the end of November for making obscene and vulgar remarks about BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia's granddaughter Jaima Rahman. At that time he was the Minister of State for Information. In the midst of that controversy, another audio of his phone conversation spread through various media including Facebook. There he used obscene language while talking to a film actress, at the same time threatening her. This caused a strong reaction in different quarters. He was forced to resign on December 6. His party post was also taken away. Murad left for Canada on the night of December 9. But he was forced to return to the country as he could not enter Canada. After that Murad Hasan, MP of Jamalpur-4 (Sarishabari Upazila) constituency did not come out in public.

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