|BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir speaking at a discussion organised in observance of the second anniversary of death of late film-maker Chasi Nazrul Islam at Kanchi Kancha Auditorium at Segunbagicha in the capital by Jatiyatabadi Samajik Sangskritik Sangstha (JASAS).|
Dhaka: BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has said one can easily anticipate the verdict of Khaleda Zia's graft case analysing the remarks of Prime Minister.
Addressing the Prime Minister, he said: "You are the head of executive branch of the state. A false case was filed. Investigation into the case was also completed. After investigation, trial is now going on. But, you have already completed the investigation, i.e. brought charges against her (Khaleda Zia). You also said that she had committed the crime. What the judge would do now? Is there any necessity of delivering judgement into the case? When the executive chief of the state says something, we can easily anticipate what would be the verdict of the case."
Mirza Fakhrul Islam was speaking at a discussion organised in observance of the second anniversary of death of late film-maker Chasi Nazrul Islam.
The discussion was arranged at Kanchi Kancha Auditorium at Segunbagicha in the capital by Jatiyatabadi Samajik Sangskritik Sangstha (JASAS).
Referring to the formation of Election Commission (EC), the BNP leader said, "Future of the EC depends on what the President will finally do. Bangladesh's future depends on electing a truly democratic government. The election should be held in a democratic environment and with the participation of all political parties. A political party will carry out looting in the name of development and throw away the democracy--people would never accep it."
Speaking at a rally of Awami League at Suhrawardy Udyan in observance of Bangabandhu's Homecoming Day on Tuesday, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina accused BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia. She said: "You have stolen the money of orphans and go to the court. You go to there one day but don't go there for 10 days. What's the matter? You're surely afraid of appearing before court because of committed the crime."
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