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Sohel Taj's nephew to be traced: Asad

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Staff Reporter :
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Tuesday said that police are working to trace the nephew of former State Minister for Home Tanjim Ahmed Sohel Taj.
Saying that Sohel Taj called on him to this end, he said, "A general diary was lodged in this regard. I asked the law enforcement agencies to look into it."
The minister said that there might be two aspects. "Someone might have picked him up or he might
have gone somewhere. He will be traced, no matter wherever he is."
The home minister was taking to reporters after a function marking the signing of the annual performance agreement of the Security Services Division under the Home Ministry.
About giving the charge of a police station to an Assistant Police Super instead of an Inspector, he said once a Sub-Inspector used to be in charge. "The country is progressing with the passage of time. There's no such decision right now. This is an ongoing process."
The minister expressed the hope that his ministry will achieve much progress in the coming year than last year.
Of the four departments under the ministry, Fire Service and Civil Defence did well, he said, expressing the hope that the annual performance agreement will help ensure good governance, transparency and bring dynamism into the activities.

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