File Case Against the World Bank : Anisul Huq

Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anisul Huq on Sunday called upon all who got victimized by the false allegation of graft in Padma Bridge Project to file case against the World Bank.   "After the recent verdict of Canadian court, it has been proved that there was no corruption in Padma Bridge Project. The attempt to disgrace us as a nation, has failed. A case of graft has been filed with an European court against that Okampa, who tried to take charge of investigating the case of corruption in Padma Bridge Project, himself," Huq said at a freshers' reception at Mirpur Marks Medical College Sunday.   While answering a question whether Bangladesh has suffered because of that false allegation of the World Bank, the law minister said it was actually a blessing in disguise.   "Today because of the firmness of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, we are ...


BNP again questions KM Nurul Huda’s neutrality

BNP on Saturday again raised questions about the Chief Election Commissioner-designate KM Nurul Huda's neutrality, saying his political biasness has become clear to people.   Our statement about the new CEC has now proved to be true after his photograph (with Patukhali AL leaders) was pub...


BNP wants another unconstitutional government : Hasanul Haq Inu

Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu, MP, On Sunday said that Khaleda Zia does not want an election-time government but an unconstitutional government.   She wants another 1/11 type government to allow her to protect war criminals, militants and communal forces along with the corruption c...


Rohingya to be shifted to protect Cox’s Bazar : Obaidul Quader

Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Sunday said the Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar who entered Bangladesh illegally will be rehabilitated to Thengarchar in Hatiya for protecting the bea...


Begum Khaleda Zia sits with Advisers, Professionals

Ex Primeminister & BNP chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia on Sunday night sat with her advisory council members and professionals to discuss the country's latest political situation and work out the pa...

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