Jamaat Ameer calls to bring missing Aman Azmi and Arman back to their families before Ramadan
Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami’s Ameer Maqbul Ahmad has issued the following statement on 25th May, 2017 urging to bring Ex-Brigadier General Abdullahil Aman Al Azmi, the son of former Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami Professor Ghulam Azam and also Barrister Mir Ahmad Bin Quasem Arman, the son of Jamaat’s central executive committee’s former member Shaheed Mir Quasem Ali, back to their families before the holy month of Ramadan.
“The mothers and the entire families of Ex-Brigadier General Abdullahil Aman Al Azmi and Barrister Mir Ahmad Bin Quasem Arman are severely mournful and passing days with deep sorrow. They are waiting for the safe return of their missing sons.
A group of plain cloth peoples, claiming themselves as the law enforcers entered into the house of Ex-Brigadier General Abdullahil Aman Al Azmi unlawfully and arrested him on 22nd August of 2016. Earlier, apparently the similar people had unjustifiably arrested Barrister Mir Ahmad Bin Quasem on 9th August of 2016 from his house in Mirpur DOHS area. But since then, the law enforcers have been denying their arrest claim. 10 months have been elapsed so far, still they are traceless.
Their families and relatives are passing days amid severe tension and worries. The constitution and prevailing law have been violated through the incident of their abduction. Shaheed Mir Quasem Ali, the father of Barrister Arman also had been executed unjustifiably. Before his execution, he wanted to see his son but his desire was not fulfilled. The old aged mother of Ex-Brigadier General Aman Azmi is also passing terrible days with acute tensions for her missing son. What could be more painful than this harsh reality? I am urging all the international human rights platforms and lawyers communities to raise voice against such unlawful and inhuman activities of the government.
Finally, I am calling upon the authorities concerned to disclose the whereabouts of Ex-Brigadier General Abdullahil Aman Al Azmi and Barrister Arman and also to bring them back to their families before the holy month of Ramadan.”