Bangladesh embassy in Bangkok has taken 'urgent measures' to offset shock waves after the Bangkok bombing suspect 'flew to Beijing via Bangladesh' two weeks after deadly shrine attack.
The consular section of Bangladesh
mission in Thailand has already been kept on 'high alert' since Erawan
Shrine bombing and would continue to exercise utmost caution before
issuing visas to third country nationals living in Thailand, confirmed
Bangladesh Ambassador to Thailand Saida Muna Tasneem.
bomber suspect Abdusataer Abudureheman, also known as Izan arrived Dhaka
on the eve of the Erawan Shrine bombing with a single entry tourist
visa issued from Bangladesh embassy in Bangkok on August 5.
suspect boarded Biman Bangladesh Airlines from Bangkok and arrived in
Dhaka on August 16 on the eve of the bombing at a Hindu shrine.
suspect, a Chinese Muslim Thai police believe organised the plot, is
said to have taken a flight from Dhaka to Beijing on August 30 by an
Indian private airlines Jet Airways.
Bangladesh Foreign Minister
launched full investigation of the incident and Bangkok Ambassador
submitted a 4-page report marked 'confidential' to MoFA on September 10.
A copy of the confidential report has been acquired by The Daily
Observer on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Bangladesh assured the Thai police
authorities of "all out cooperation" to probe into the itinerary of the
Bangkok bomber during his two weeks stay in Dhaka and any information
that would help bring the suspect to justice.
Bangladesh police and security agencies were looking for the suspect's hotel in Dhaka.