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Attack on Tulip: Involvement of Tarique found

  • Sun Online Desk
  • 4th October, 2021 01:18:01 PM
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Tarique Zia is carrying out various misdeeds staying in London. Especially, he is conducting anti-Bangladesh propaganda with the help of a chunk of cybercriminals.

Tarique has opened a new ‘Hawa Bhaban’ in London and conducting anti-Bangladesh activities from there. Moreover, there have been reports that he has a connection with various terrorist-militant groups.

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has already said in a statement that Tarique Zia had links to international terrorist groups.

In such a reality, Tarique Zia is getting stuck in the incident of attack on Bangabandhu’s granddaughter and British MP Tulip Siddiq in London on Thursday morning.

Multiple responsible sources say the attack has been conducted to create an atmosphere of fear and dominance in the political arena of Bangladesh.

It has been confirmed that a terrorist group of Tariq was involved in the attack. The UK government has taken a tough stance on the terrorist attack.

Meanwhile, members of the House of Commons and other leaders have spoken with Tulip Siddique following the incident. They ensured strict enforcement of law in this case.

In a reply to a query of the British newspaper the Guardian, Tulip said, “I’m not going to be intimidated, I’m not going to stop doing my job. It has to stop but at the end of the day I’m not going to give in.”

It is to be noted that Tareq Zia had committed various misdeeds against Tulip Siddique even before this attack. Tareq Zia hired a reporter for the BBC's Channel Four and pitted him against Tulip Siddique.

Tarique was involved in various activities against Tulip Siddique in every election. However, many are saying that he will not be able to escape himself this time in the event of carrying out vandalism on the British MP's car.

Now, it's time to see what action the British government will take against Tarique Zia in the wake of the attack.