Tarique left country giving a bond that he would not do politics anymore: HPM Sheikh Hasina

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today questioned how Tarique Rahman can lead BNP when "he can't dare to return home". Tarique went abroad during the caretaker government's tenure, giving a bond that he would "not do politics anymore", the prime minister said while addressing a discussion – marking the 73rd founding anniversary of Bangladesh ...

Sajeeb Wazed depicts graft in the power sector during BNP's last tenure

While the scorching heat of Kartik caused unbearable sufferings of people during the Ramadan in 2005, incessant power outage worsened by the corruption of BNP leader Tarique Rahman in the power sector sent people to their breaking point, said Prime Minister's ICT Advisor Sajeeb Wazed Joy on Sunday. Referring to the 2005-Ramadan period, he menti...

Demand for Electricity: People got shot during the BNP govt while Awami League ensured 100% coverage

It was the month of Ramadan in 2005 when ordinary people were in deadly condition due to the scorching heat of Kartik. Dhaka city is badly suffering from load-shedding, let alone the other parts of the country. People, finally, got agitated amid acute power crisis even during Iftar, Tarabi and Sehri. But at that time, Tarique Rahman, son of then...

2001 and 2006 Five years of Bangladesh's going backward: Sajeeb Wazed Joy

Taunting BNP leader Khaleda Zia's speech that termed the 2001-2006 tenure as 'awe-inspiring', the visual report mentioned that the tenure was 'awe-inspiring' indeed, as incidents such as "murder, repression, grabbing, politicization, incessant rise in price of essentials, unchecked plundering, corruption, money-laundering, extremism, and grenade...

BNP's money-laundering is well-documented: Sajeeb Wazed

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's ICT Advisor Sajeeb Wazed Joy has levelled hefty money laundering allegations against BNP leaders including Tarique Rahman, backed by evidence from top global watchdogs. In a video post, accompanied by a text 'a whistleblower on who, how, when, and where laundered money from Bangladesh', Joy mentioned that BNP lead...

Corruption of Zia Family and Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP)

The period 2001-06 is considered as one of the darkest chapters in the history of Bangladesh during which period large-scale corruption flourished with direct patronage from the highest level of the kleptocratic 4-Party Alliance Government led by Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP). During the reign of the then Prime Minister Khaleda Zia, the cor...

21st August 2004: The Day When Humanity Stood Ashamed

21st of August, another dark August day of Bangladesh's politics. On this day, in 2004, grenades and bullets were deployed in a crowded area of Dhaka city for assassinating the entire top leadership of Bangladesh Awami League; the day when the Central Office of Awami League at Bangabandhu Avenue became a scene of carnage and mayhem. During the ...