BSF personnel had nabbed the man after he slipped into India and had handed him over to the local police.
"Nobody can stop the state from passing any resolution and even some states have said they are not going to implement CAA."
Sunaullah, who is serving in the police wing in Dhaka, was suffering from bone cancer called osteosarcoma, a potentially life threatening ailment because the tumour can spread rapidly to other organs if not treated in the early stage.
Jaishankar will leave for Kathmandu on Wednesday morning to attend the fifth meeting of the Nepal-India Joint Commission.
People of all ages from different countries such as Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Israel took part in the protests, while some from Balochistan - a part of Pakistan, also expressed solidarity.
With no work and source of income, the workers are forced to scamper for food and water too
In the artistic poster, his face can be seen superimposed on the image of green hills and a pathway in between. The poster gives a look of being a canvas painting.