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Khaleda’s reaction to PM’s Rampal statements

BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia is likely to come up with her reaction on Saturday night to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina‘s statements at a press conference on Rampal power plant.

“The BNP chief has a scheduled programme tonight where she may give her reaction to the Prime Minister’s comments she has made at her press conference about Rampal power plant,” her press wing member Sayrul Kabir Khan said.



Judiciary to protect the constitutional balance

In the regime of Bangladesh there are three independent and significant branches of the state are- Executive, Law and Parliamentary division and department of Justice. Law and Parliamentary division observes the Executive division, constituted by cabinet headed by the Prime Minister. But Judiciary observes both the Executive and law and Parliamentary division respectively.


Mir Quasem seeks review of death sentence

Convicted war criminal Mir Quasem Ali seeks review of the Supreme Court verdict that had upheld his death penalty for war crimes.

Convicted war criminal Mir Quasem Ali today sought review of the Supreme Court verdict that had upheld his death penalty for crimes against humanity during the country’s Liberation War in 1971.

Quasem submitted the petition with the apex court through his lawyer seeking acquittal of all charges for which he was awarded death penalty.

Huge arms, ammo found in Dhaka canal

A large cache of firearms and ammunition was recovered from a canal at Uttara in the capital yesterday.

Acting on a tip-off, the police with the help of the fire service and civil defence scoured the canal and made the recovery.

The drive began around 4:00pm and ended around 11:25pm, said fire service sources, adding the drive would continue this morning.

Law enforcers has kept cordoned off the scene on the fringe of Sector-16.

As many as 97 foreign pistols, including two 9mm pistols, about 1,060 bullets, 452 magazines and 10 bayonets were found in the canal, claimed police and fire service sources.


Police in Bangladesh




Police in Bangladesh 

Police are key participants in the creation of safe and stable communities they should not be singularly relied upon to prevent crime. In Bangladesh there is a widely held view that crime prevention should largely be a police responsibility rather than being the collective responsibility of the police, the community and other stakeholders. Greater collaboration on mutually complementary initiatives between all institutions of the justice sector, government, business community and civil society is required to reduce crime and fear of crime. In Bangladesh there are many loopholes in police organization. It needs to be reform. The government of Bangladesh has recognized the importance of improving human security and the need for comprehensive police reform as part of this process. Accordingly, numerous statements has made about its priority to strengthen the rule of law and improve the state of security in the country.


Editor: AQM Mahbubul Alom.  42/1 Segun Bagicha ( 2nd Fl) Dhaka -1000, Cell: 0181 9816603, Email: weeklycitizen@gmail.com