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14-party: Salahuddin went into hiding on Khaleda’s instruction

Update : 15 May 2015, 09:07 PM

Awami League-led 14-party leaders urged the government to bring BNP leader Salahuddin Ahmed back from India through legal procedures.

The ruling alliance leaders said Salahuddin went into hiding at the directive of his party chief Khaleda Zia.

The BNP planned to create a chaotic situation in the country to reap benefits from troubled waters, they said at separate programmes in and outside the capital yesterday.

Awami League Advisory Council Member Suranjit Sengupta, while addressing a programme at Diploma Engineers Institution in the capital, said Salahuddin Ahmed told the Indian security force that he only knew somebody had picked him up from his home, but after he returns people will know how he had gone to India and what his plans were.

The veteran Awami League leader remarked that Salahuddin’s hiding was part of Khaleda Zia and her son Tarique Rahman’s conspiracy.

In another programme at Bangladesh Rice Research Institute in Gazipur, Workers Party President Rashed Khan Menon said: “The BNP-Jamaat alliance wanted to create anarchy by bomb and arson attacks but they failed.” 

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