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Fakhrul summoned for calling Hasina a “killer”

Fakhrul summoned for calling Hasina a “killer”

A Dhaka court today summoned BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir in a defamation case filed against him for terming the ruling Awami League a “killer party” and its chief Sheikh Hasina a “killer”. Fakhrul will have to appear before the court on January 22. Metropolitan Magistrate Amit Kumar Dey passed the order after Paltan police submitted a probe report saying that the BNP leader was found guilty of making derogatory comments about AL and its president. Nur-e-Alam Siddique, vice president of Awami Matsyajibi League, a pro-AL organisation, filed...

Arrest warrant against Tarique

Arrest warrant against Tarique

A Dhaka court today issued arrest warrant for BNP Senior Vice-Chairman Tarique Rahman in a defamation case for calling Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman a ‘top Razakar,’ hours after 5 cases were filed against him. Metropolitan Magistrate Md Yunus Khan ordered the arrest after Dhaka judges court lawyer Mostafizur Rahman Dulal filed a defamation case...

Fakhrul asks PM to speak cautiously

Fakhrul asks PM to speak cautiously

BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir today asked Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to speak cautiously. The BNP spokesperson was reacting to a recent comment of Hasina who had termed the party’s Senior Vice-Chairman Tarique Rahman a “spoiled son” of Khaleda Zia, chief of the party. Fakhrul was addressing the day-long convention of former...

Fakhrul discharged from defamation case

Fakhrul discharged from defamation case

A Dhaka court today dismissed a defamation case filed against BNP's acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir and discharged him as the complainant skipped court hearing for five consecutive days. Advocate Abdul Malek alias Moshiur Malek, founder and president of Bangabandhu Foundation, filed the case against Fakhrul on July 18, 2010 for allegedly terming the then state minister for law Qamrul Islam “insane”. Metropolitan Magistrate Anwar Sadat passed the order after Fakhrul’s lawyer submitted a petition seeking dismissal of the case for the failure of the complainant to appear before the court for the five consecutive days. In his complaint, Malek said Mirza Fakhrul termed Qamrul insane at a discussion organised...

Tarique asked to apologise for calling Bangabandhu ‘Razakar’

Tarique asked to apologise for calling Bangabandhu ‘Razakar’

A Supreme Court lawyer today sent a legal notice to BNP senior vice-chairman Tarique Rahman asking him to apologise unconditionally to the nation for calling Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman a “Razakar, murderer and Pakbandhu" (friend of Pakistan). Advocate Momtazuddin Ahmed Mehedi sent the notice saying that Tarique reportedly told at a BNP meeting in...

Tarique now terms Bangabandhu ‘Razakar’

Tarique now terms Bangabandhu ‘Razakar’

Stating that Sheikh Mujibur Rahman banned the Awami League himself, BNP Senior Vice Chairman Tarique Rahman now says that the act makes the 1971 leader a “bigger Razakar.” “Awami League claims that their party is the party of Liberation War. But, Sheikh Mujib banned Awami League himself. So, that makes Mujib a bigger Razakar,”...

Govt listed 3,000 BNP men for kidnapping: Fakhrul

Govt listed 3,000 BNP men for kidnapping: Fakhrul

BNP today alleged that the government has made a list of 3,000 BNP men to arrest them and make them victims of forced disappearance to thwart opposition’s upcoming anti-government movement. “But there would be no use of preparing such a list as people have taken oath to oust the autocratic government,” BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir said at a discussion organised by the party at the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh marking the Victory Day. The BNP spokesperson also said the government has planned to appoint 50,000 people in police in a bid to protect its ‘illegal power’. “But the government would not be able to cling to power even...

AL shatters martyred intellectuals’ dream: BNP

AL shatters martyred intellectuals’ dream: BNP

BNP today alleged that ruling Awami League-led government has shattered the dream of the martyred intellectuals by annihilating democracy. “The martyred intellectuals who had sacrificed their lives for the country had a dream of build a prosperous and democratic Bangladesh, but Awami League has spoilt their dream by annihilating democracy,” said BNP spokesperson Mirza...

Ex-Jubo Dal leader shot dead in Dhaka

Ex-Jubo Dal leader shot dead in Dhaka

Unknown miscreants gunned down a local leader of Jatiyatabadi Jubo Dal at Hazaribagh in Dhaka this afternoon. Deceased Afzal Hossain Sattar, known as Gal Kata Sattar, 50, was former president of Jubo Dal ward No. 48. A businessman, Sattar was a close associate of former BNP lawmaker Nasiruddin Ahmed Pintu. Witnesses said two gunmen riding a motorcycle reached the spot and sprayed bullets on Sattar when he went out of a local mosque after Zohr prayers. He was rushed to the Dhaka Medical College and Hospital where doctors declared him dead at about 3:15pm, said Mozammel Haque, inspector and in-charge of DMCH police camp.    

Khaleda plotting to make Bangladesh failed state: PM

Khaleda plotting to make Bangladesh failed state: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today blamed BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia for hatching a conspiracy to turn Bangladesh into a failed state and called upon the people to remain alert to foil the plot. “BNP leader Khaleda Zia wants to make the country a failed and dysfunctional state by enforcing anti-government movement,” said the PM...

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