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One of 4 missing youths returns home claiming memory lost

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Barisal Correspondent :
Mehedi Hassan Howlader, one of four missing youths, returned home on Tuesday but claimed that he lost memories of his missing period.
Mehedi was honours final year student of Sociology at Barisal B M College and became missing with three others after getting out from a restaurant at Banani area of Dhaka on December 1, 2016 night.
Abdus Salam, officer in charge of Babuganj police station, acknowledging the facts, said they interrogated Mehedi from Tuesday evening to Wednesday early hours in presence of his father Jahangir Alam Haoldar.
During interrogation Mehedi told that he went Dhaka on November 19, 2016 to attend an interview for a job and resided in the house of his paternal aunt at Rayerbazar area.
On December 1, 2016  after drinking tea at Northern Café in Banani area with Md. Sujon, a Information Technology student of Daffodil University and working in a IT firm, Safayet Hossain and Jayen Hossain Khan Pavel, students of North South University, some body abducted them making unconscious.

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