Dhaka metropolitan magistrate Golam Nabi fixed the new date as Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) unit inspector Mahbub Alam could not submit the report on Sunday in spite of court order.
Earlier, on 27 November, 2016 a Biman Bangladesh Airlines plane carrying Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to Hungary, Budapest had an emergency landing in Turkmenistan due to a ‘technical glitch’.
On 28 November, five members investigating committee was formed to find out whether fault in PM’s flight was sabotage or technical fault.
Civil Aviation Authority and civil aviation and tourism ministry formed the committee.
Besides, Civil Aviation Authority and Biman Bangladesh airlines formed separate two investigating committee.
Based on the investigation report, a case was filed on December 21, 2016 accusing nine persons who were later suspended.