News Desk: Advisor to the Prime Minister on Information and Communication Technology Sajib Wazed Joy commented that the list of 76 missing people of Bangladesh given by the United Nations is questionable. He said that many of the 76 people on the list are living in Bangladesh, which has been proven. There are names of two Indian nationals. There are also many names of fugitives listed. The Prime Minister's son said these things in a post on his Facebook page on Thursday (September 22). Sajib Wazed Joy writes, "The United Nations has published a list of 76 victims of 'enforced disappearance' in Bangladesh." But this list calls into question the acceptability of the international organization. The NGOs on which the UN reports are based, questions are being raised about the data collection method of the UN itself. " Sajib Wazed claimed that the two Indians on the list said, "2 people on the list are the top leaders of the separatist, banned organization United National Liberation Front-UNLF from the Indian state of Manipur. One is the chairman of the organization, the other is of the rank of major. They are Sanayaima Rajkumar alias Meghan and Keithellakpam Navachandra alias Shilaheiba. The question is—how could a UN group make such a big mistake? The answer is simple—they have only published the disappearance stories provided by local Bangladesh-based NGOs without verifying the facts. "