Asaduzzaman khan kamalHome minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Sunday said nothing has happened in Bangladesh that required the United States to issue alerts for its nationals.”US citizens are not at risk in Bangladesh. It has become their practice to issue alerts for nothing,” he told newsmen after inaugurating the “Transnational Crime: SAARC Perspective” course at the Police Staff College in Mirpur.The home minister said no country thinks that foreigners living in Bangladesh are under threat or are unsafe, reports UNB.Earlier on Wednesday, the US embassy in Dhaka issued a travel alert for its citizens planning to visit Bangladesh.”We noticed in the past too that issuing alerts has become their (foreign countries) policy. They issue alerts often. We don’t have any idea why they do so… If they have any information regarding the threats against their nationals in Bangladesh, they should provide us with relevant intelligence,” he said.Besides, the minister said, a total 614 members of several outlawed parties of Pabna will surrender to the police. “If they promise they’ll return to normal life, all the necessary legal support will be provided to them,” he said.Inspector General of Police Mohammad Javed Patwary and Public Security Division secretary of the home ministry, Mostafa Kamal Uddin, attended the programme as the special guests.