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ACC to investigate allegation of money laundering by Zia family Quader

first_imgAL general secretary Obaidul QuaderRuling Bangladesh Awami League (AL) general secretary Obaidul Quader on Sunday said the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) will investigate the “allegation of siphoning money by Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) chairperson Khaleda Zia and her family members”.“Different media outlets have reported that Khaleda Zia has siphoned money to 12 countries,” claimed Quader while speaking at a discussion meeting in the capital.AL’s volunteers’ wing Swechchhasebak League organised the discussion at capital’s Bangabandhu Avenue marking the Victory Day.Also the road transport and bridges minister, Quader said the media’s responsibility is to investigate the allegation of money laundering by the Zia family.“Prime minister Sheikh Hasina didn’t make a shot in the dark without knowing the information,” the minister claimed.Calling on the ACC to launch an investigation into the allegation, the minister said, “I’ve called on the ACC [to launch the investigation]. ACC must carry out an investigation based on the allegation.”The AL general secretary alleged that words of democracy don’t fit in the mouth of BNP.last_img read more


PM Hasina inaugurates dev fair highlighting govt performance

first_imgPrime minister Sheikh HasinaPrime minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday inaugurated the 4th countrywide national Development Fair, aiming to showcase the development activities of the present government.The prime minister opened the fair through videoconferencing from her official residence Ganobhaban here.The three-day fair began in the capital and in all the district and upazila headquarters across the country with the slogan ‘Indomitable Bangladesh in March towards Development’.In the capital, the fair is being held at the field of International Trade Fair in Agargaon area.Development successes achieved in different sectors under the dynamic and farsighted leadership of prime minister Sheikh Hasina are exhibited in the countrywide fair.Besides, 10 special initiatives taken by the prime minister, international recognitions and successes, the Visions 2021 and 2041, Bangabandhu Satellite, mega projects, including the Padma Bridge and Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant, and other investment prospects are displayed in the fair.During the fair, the Mass Communication Directorate will project the government’s successes among people through its district offices, while Bangladesh Betar will air the government’s development activities.Various government offices, agencies, banks, and insurance and other financial institutions joined the district and upazila-level fair, arranged by the local administrations.During the videoconferencing, the prime minister talked to local people from four upazilas—Amtoli upazila of Barguna, Fakirhat of Bagerhat, Lohagora of Narail and Pirganj of Rangpur.Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury and road transport and bridges minister Obaidul Quader were, among others, present at the inaugural event.Principal secretary to the prime minister’s office (PMO) Md Nojibur Rahman conducted the event, while principal coordinator for SDGs Affairs at the PMO Md Abul Kalam Azad made an audio-video presentation depicting the major development successes achieved in the last 10 years under the present government.last_img read more


BNP demands exemplary punishment of Nusrats killers

first_imgDemanding exemplary punishment of madrasa student Nusrat Jahan Rafi’s killers , BNP on Thursday said social injustice has marked an alarming rise as a result of dangerous misrule by the current ‘illegal’ regime, reports UNB.In a condolence message, BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir also said people now lacks minimum guarantee for remaining alive as justice has been removed from the country due to severe deterioration of the rule of law.The BNP leader alleged the miscreants are taking laws in their hands as a dangerous form of misrule has grasped the entire country.Nusrat Jahan Rafi, a student of Sonagazi Islamia Senior Fazil Madrasa in Feni, lost her battle for life on Thursday night, five days after some criminals poured kerosene on her and set her afire.The criminals carried out the heinous attack as Nusrat refused to withdraw a case against the madrasa principal over sexual assault on her late last month.”We strongly condemn and protest the brutal killing of Nusrat,” Fakhrul said.He expressed deep shock over the death of the madrasa student and prayed for salvation of her departed soul.The BNP leader also conveyed profound sympathy to the bereaved family members of Nusrat.Fakhrul said the people of the country have got stunned and seriously shocked following tragic death of the madrasa student. “The country’s people want exemplary punishment of Nusrat’s killers.”last_img read more


Trump Cuba Is Responsible For Attacks On US Personnel

first_imgPresident Donald Trump said Monday that he believes Cuba is responsible for unexplained, invisible attacks in Cuba that have harmed American government workers.Though Trump’s comments appeared to be a new allegation, it wasn’t clear whether he meant Cuba was behind the attacks or merely shared the onus because it failed to keep Americans safe on its soil. The United States has avoided casting blame on Cuban President Raul Castro’s government for the attacks that began last year and have eluded an FBI investigation.“I do believe Cuba’s responsible. I do believe that,” Trump said in a Rose Garden news conference. “And it’s a very unusual attack, as you know. But I do believe Cuba is responsible.”The president did not elaborate.There was no immediate reaction from Cuba’s embassy in Washington. Castro’s government has repeatedly denied both involvement in and knowledge of the attacks.Trump offered no new details about what type of weapon might have caused damage ranging from permanent hearing loss to mild traumatic brain injury, or concussion. The State Department has said that despite the lengthy investigation and FBI visits to the island, the U.S. still can’t identify either a culprit or a device.Trump’s ambiguous allegation against the Cubans was likely to increase tensions even further between the two former enemies. The U.S. and Cuba re-opened diplomatic relations in 2015 after a half-century of estrangement, but the attacks on Americans and steps taken by Washington in response have started to unravel those budding ties.The U.S. has not explicitly accused any actor of perpetrating the attacks, which in some cases involved mysterious, blaring sounds that led to investigators to consider whether a sonic weapon was involved.Still, the U.S. has pointed to Cuba’s tight control over security in Havana and its close surveillance of Americans working there are reasons to believe that Cuba might know more about what’s transpired than it has let on. The State Department has also said that no matter who is attacking Americans, it’s Cuba’s responsibility under international law to protect U.S. embassy workers.“We believe that the Cuban government could stop the attacks on our diplomats,” White House chief of staff John Kelly said last week.The State Department has said 22 Americans are “medically confirmed” to be affected and that the number could grow. The symptoms and circumstances reported have varied widely, making some hard to tie conclusively to the attacks. The incidents began last year and are considered “ongoing,” with an attack reported as recently as late August.___Reach Josh Lederman on Twitter at http://twitter.com/joshledermanAP Sharelast_img read more