The family of Tanvir Hasan Zoha were rushing possible police stations but could not trace him and the police too declined to register any general diary regarding his abduction.
Quamrunnahar Chowdhury, Zoha’s wife, told New Age that Zoha was summoned to an office at Kachukhet and started for home from there after midnight on CNG-run auto-rickshaw.
‘One of his friends was also with him. The friend said as their auto-rickshaw started several cars cordoned them off and took them onto car at gunpoint. They had released the friend at Manik Miah Avenue at took away Zoha,’ she said.
Quamrunnahar said getting informed, they first went to Kalabagan police and they referred them to Kafrul police and Kafrul police sent them to Bhasantek police and they had asked to check at Cantonment police station. But nowhere they found Zoha and the police stations refused to register a general diary, she said.
Tanvir Hasan Zoha, was director (operation) of a project of information and communications ministry on cyber security. He had talked to media immediate after the heist of Bangladesh Bank money.
source : the new age