Assam: Mangaldai Man imprisoned in Bangladesh finally reunites with family

Mukul Hazarika, the ill-fated rickshaw puller of a Mangaldai village, was finally reunited with his parents, wife, and three children at his home in Keotpara village (Hodapara) under Mangaldai Police station in Darrang district after a long wait since February 12, 2017 and subsequent conviction and detention in Bangladesh jail in mysterious circumstances.

Mukul Hazarika was formally handed over to Indian authorities by the Bangladesh government on September 13 at the Indo-Bangladesh border at Belonia in South Tripura. His father Phuleswar Hazarika and Sub Inspector of Police Dantejit Deuri of Mangaldai Police Station escorted him from Agartala airport to Guwahati Airport at 2 p.m. on Tuesday and arrived at Mangaldai Police Station a short time later.

Mukul Hazarika, who spent a total of four years and seven months in Bangladesh’s Feni Jail, was obviously frightened and had a vacant mind as he arrived at Mangaldai Police Station today. Mukul nearly lost his ability to talk in Assamese and recall his memory as a result of his protracted confinement in an unfamiliar environment in a foreign jail and the lack of company of Assamese-speaking individuals. He refused to discuss the facts that led to his disappearance and subsequent arrival in a Bangladesh jail.

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