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Charges framed against Khoka for amassing Tk 9.76cr

Charges framed against Khoka for amassing Tk 9.76cr

A Dhaka court today framed charges against BNP leader Sadeque Hossain Khoka in a case file for amassing wealth worth Tk 9.76 crore illegally and concealing information to Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) in 2008. After rejecting Khoka’s bail petition, Judge Md Zahirul Haque of Senior Special Judges Court said the trial will run in absence of the BNP leader.   The judge came up with the order after Mohsin Mia, a counsel for Khoka, urged the court to stop the trial proceeding as he has been staying in USA for his...

LEAKING DRAFT VERDICT

SQ Chy’s wife, son get bail on surrender

SQ Chy’s wife, son get bail on surrender

The wife and son of convicted war criminal Salauddin Quader Chowdhury got bail after they surrendered before Dhaka Cyber Tribunal this afternoon in a case filed for allegedly leaking the draft verdict of a war crimes tribunal that sentenced him to death. Judge KM Shamsul Alam granted bail to Salauddin's wife Farhat Quader Chowdhury...

Khaleda’s Natore rally rescheduled on Nov 1

Khaleda’s Natore rally rescheduled on Nov 1

BNP-led 20-party alliance has rescheduled its rally in Natore on November 1 to garner public supports in favour of the party’s demand for election under a nonparty caretaker government. The rally was scheduled to be held there on October 30. Authorities this evening deployed paramilitary Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) at different parts of the country...

Dissecting Khaleda's ToI interview

YESTERDAY, The Daily Star printed an interview of Khaleda Zia taken by Jaideep Mazumdar of the Times of India on October 23 in her office in Dhaka. It was a short exchange but it did highlight how the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) looked at Indo-Bangladesh relations after the changeover of the government in New Delhi with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the driving seat. The interviewer probed deeply to find out whether she felt that the Modi government was...

Khaleda skips court hearing amid lax hartal

Citing security reasons, BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia yesterday once again skipped a Dhaka court's hearing on the Zia Charitable Trust and Zia Orphanage Trust graft cases. The BNP chief also skipped the hearing on October 13 and September 22, mentioning the same reasons. The last time she appeared for the court's hearing on the cases was on September 17. Bashudev Roy of the Special Judge's Court-3 of Dhaka yesterday adjourned recording statements of the prosecution witnesses till November 9 after Khaleda's...

THREATENING PM WITH DEATH

BNP leader Mosharraf charged with defamation

BNP leader Mosharraf charged with defamation

A Dhaka court today framed defamation charges against BNP standing committee member Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain for “threatening Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina with death”. The court fixed January 22 next year for starting the trial of the case. AB Siddique, president of Bangladesh Jananetri Parishad, a pro-Awami league organisation, filed the case with the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court of Dhaka on January 20 last year. In the case, Siddiqui said Mosharraf issued a death threat to the prime minister and also defamed her while addressing a press conference at Jatiya Press Club on December 31, 2012. Mosharraf pleaded not guilty and demanded justice after Metropolitan Magistrate Md Ataul Haque read out charges to him. The...

Arrests only to curb anti-govt movement: Fakhrul

Arrests only to curb anti-govt movement: Fakhrul

The government is arresting BNP leaders and activists in a bid to curb its anti-government campaign and the party’s reorganisation, BNP acting Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir said today. Referring to the recent arrest of Jubo Dal chief Moazzem Hossain Alal and 63 other members of BNP and its associate organisations, Fakhrul said those proved that the “Hasina government” was running the country in a “fascist and autocratic manner.” “In spite of arrest and torture of the party’s leaders and activists, BNP will go for the anti-government movement in due time,” he added. The comments were made while talking to reporters after Fakhrul and Jubo Dal leaders placed wreaths at the...

Alal, 62 other BNP men arrested

Alal, 62 other BNP men arrested

Police yesterday morning arrested Jubo Dal chief Moazzem Hossain Alal along with 62 activists of the BNP and its front organisations from his Lalmatia residence in the city in a bid to foil their alleged plan to carry out subversive activities during today's hartal. Biplob Kumar Sarkar, deputy commissioner (Tejgaon Division) of Dhaka Metropolitan Police, told The Daily Star that acting on a tip off, a team of Mohammadpur Police conducted the raid around 10:30am. “The Jubo Dal chief was planning to instigate leaders and activists of different Islamic parties to carry out subversive activities during today's hartal,” Biplob said. Sammilito Islami Dal Samuha, a platform of Islamic parties many of which...

Khaleda’s graft case appeal: SC re-fixes date for early hearing

Khaleda’s graft case appeal: SC re-fixes date for early hearing

The Supreme Court today fixed November 6 for hearing the appeal against a High Court verdict that had rejected a petition of BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia challenging charge framing order against her and eight others in Zia Orphanage Trust Corruption case. A five-member bench of the Appellate Division headed by Chief Justice Md Muzammel...

Alal, 5 other Jubo Dal men on 3-day remand

Alal, 5 other Jubo Dal men on 3-day remand

A Dhaka court today placed six Jubo Dal activists including its president Moazzem Hossain Alal on a three-day remand for each in a case filed on charges of planning to carry out subversive activities during today's hartal. Metropolitan Magistrate Asaduzzaman Noor passed the order after Mohammadpur police produced the six leaders and activists of...

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