BNP chairman Khaleda Zia was taken to a special court, which was set up at the prison, on Thursday from Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujiba Medical University Hospital, who arrived at the Nike Corruption case. Photo: NTV
The BNP chairman, Khaleda Zia, was taken to a special court set up at the prisons in the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujiba Medical University Hospital to showcase Nike's corruption case.
On Thursday, around 11:15, the former prime minister was taken to a special court in the old central prison of Nazimuddin Road in Ancient Dhaka, which was strictly guarded at Shahbagh Hospital. The wagons reached the prison at around noon. 12:00.
Attorneys said it was decided today that the Nike Corruption case had been set up at a special judge's court in Caracas.
At the same time, extensive security was secured on how to take Khaleda Zia to the old prison. The law enforcers are visible to the roofs of various multi-storey buildings. Nazimuddin road has special security checks. Security agents arrested media workers for a long time before the prison gate.
Dhaka Special Judge Court-5 Zale Zale, Five-Year-Old Prison Immigration February 8, Zia's Orphan Chat on Corruption. After that, Khaleda Zia was taken to the main prison of Nazimuddin Road. On 4 October, Khaleda Zia was taken to the BSMMU Hospital Prison Cell for treatment. It was treated with a five-member medical board.
At the same time, on October 30, the High Court upheld the sentence by Khaleda Zia for 10 years imprisonment at the Zia orphanage in jail. A day before the special court judge in jail was sentenced to seven years' imprisonment in the Zia Charitable Trust Corruption case.
From today he was sent to a court set up in prison premises. The BSMMU Director Brigadier General Abdullah Al Harun said: "After medical assistance, Khaleda Zia was sent to prison with a clearance, her physical condition is stable. The test report is good."
On Nike Corruption Case, ACC Deputy Director Mohammad Mahbubul Alam Naiko has filed a lawsuit on corruption against Khaleda Zia and five others on behalf of the state for tremendous financial loss and corruption by signing an unacceptable agreement with Tejgaon Police Station on 9 December 2007.
Subsequently, on May 5, 2008, 11 people, including Khaleda Zia, were transferred to the main court in the Doha City Capital Court against the assistant director of the anti-corruption commission, SM Sahedur Rahman.
It is argued that the toll causes losses of about 13 thousand 777 corruptions for the state's losses.
The other accused is former Former Minister of Law Barrister Moudud Ahmed, Former Minister of State Energy AKM Mosharraf Hossain, Former Chief Secretary Kamal Uddin Siddiqui, Former Secretary Khandaker Shahidul Islam, Former Senior Secretary Mohammad Yusuf Hossain, Former BAPEX Director General Mir Moinul Haque, Former Secretary Md. Shafiur Rahman, businessman Giasuddin Al Mamun, former President of the University of Dawagan Salim Bhuiyan and Nike South Asia Vice President Kashem Sharif.