BNP spokesperson Ashaduzzaman Ripon criticises Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for accusing the party’s leaders and activists of carrying out secret killings in the country.
There is no organisational structure of terrorist outfit Islamic State (IS) in Bangladesh, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan reiterates, hours after SITE reiterated its reports on IS claim of two foreigners’ murder and Shia headquarters bomb attack.
The United States is working relentlessly with the Bangladesh government and other key partners to identify the true culprits of the foreigner killings here.
BNP acting Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir urges the government not to put the blame on BNP for the killings of two foreigners in Bangladesh.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says there was a plot to tarnish Bangladesh’s image through creating a situation in the country with the "foreigner" killings.
Japanese citizen Kunio Hoshi, who was shot dead in Rangpur on October 3, is buried at Munsipara graveyard.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia is conspiring from abroad to destabilise the country through killing foreigners living in Bangladesh.
The chief of police asserts claim that there is no organisational existence of international terrorist outfit Islamic State (IS) in Bangladesh.