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Khaleda, Tarique in cahoots with Daud Ibrahim: Inu

Sun Online Desk     3rd November, 2015 05:41:12 printer

Khaleda, Tarique in cahoots with Daud Ibrahim: Inu

Information Minister Hasanul Haque Inu on Tuesday said BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia and her son Tarique Rahman have been trying to communicate with international underworld don Daud Ibrahim in order to create an unstable situation in the country through subversive activities and sabotage.


“We have this primary information that we got from investigation,” Inu added.


The minister came up with the remarks while talking to the reporters at a press briefing at PID conference center in the secretariat, UNB reports.


Khaleda Zia in association with Jamaat has been leading the militant activities in the country and the BNP chief is the villain of the politics now, Inu alleged.


“We are not blaming BNP-Jamaat alliance. But we have been taking actions as per the law against the militants who are carrying out subversive activities following Khaleda’s order,” Inu added.


Khaleda has been creating militants, terrorists whether she holds power or not, said the lawmaker.


Mentioning Khaleda’s statement in which she said recently in London that a monarchy has been installed in the country and a lady Hitler (Hasina) is controlling it, Inu said these types of statement are not appropriate (Bhuter Mukhe Ram Nam) for Khaleda who is the wife of a former military ruler.


Khaleda doesn’t understand monarchy and democracy, Inu alleged.


The minister said Khaleda and her party are opposed to national unity. The national unity for Khaleda means validating war criminals, he added.


Red alerts were not issued in the country when BNP-Jamaat alliance carried out subversive activities throughout the country in 2013 or when some miscreants attacked Anwar Chowdhury, former High Commissioner of Bangladesh in United Kingdom, Inu claimed.


Inu also said there is politics in issuing red alerts following the killings of foreign nationals in the country.