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3 February, 2018 00:00 00 AM
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BNP leaders Aman, Alam, Mosharraf held

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BNP leaders Aman, Alam, Mosharraf held

Law enforcers detained BNP chairperson's adviser Amanullah Aman and party executive committee member Nazimuddin Alam from a house at Mohakhali DOHS yesterday night, reports UNB. BNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi told UNB that a team of RAB-1 picked up the two BNP leaders.

He said RAB men encircled a house at the DOHS around 8:30pm, where Aman and Alam were staying. Later, the elite force members took them into their vehicle as the two BNP leaders came down to the ground floor of the house. Rizvi alleged that law enforcers are arresting their party leaders ahead of its executive committee members' meeting scheduled to be held on Saturday. "The government is arresting our party leaders with an ulterior motive so that we can't make our meeting a success."

Earlier, plainclothes police arrested BNP training affairs secretary ABM Mosharraf Hossain from near Uttara while he was returning to the capital from Tongi around 4:30pm.

Rizvi strongly condemned and protested the arrest of the three BNP leaders and demanded the government release them immediately.

Earlier, at a press conference Rizvi alleged that police arrested at least 275 party leaders and activists, including its standing committee member Gayeshwar Chandra Roy in the past four days.

BNP's executive committee is set to hold a day-long meeting on Saturday at hotel Le Meridien to work out party's next course of action as a court is set to deliver verdict in the graft case of BNP chairperson Khelada Zia on February 8.

 

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