BNP briefs foreign envoys on Justice Sinha's leave

BNP briefs foreign envoys on Justice Sinha’s leave


Dhaka – The BNP on Wednesday briefed foreign diplomats about Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha’s leave, party’s stance on court verdict that scrapped the 16th amendment of the Constitution.Standing committee member Barrister Moudud Ahmed made the briefing to the diplomats based in Dhaka at a closed-door meeting at a Hotel Lakeshore in the city.
“We talked to the diplomats about Chief Justice’s leave. WE think he (CJ) is no sick. He has been forced to go on leave. There were fraudulent practices to his leave and signature on the application,” he told reporters after the meeting.
Diplomats from 24 countries including United State, United Kingdom, China, France, Canada, Sweden, Germany, Australia, Denmark, Norway, Turkey, UAE, Morocco, Vietnam, European Union and United Nations attend the meeting continued for about two hours.
The BNP leaders also focused on issuing a warrant for arrest by a Comilla Court, beginning ‘mass arrests’ and filing of ‘false cases.’
BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir made the welcome address in the meeting attended by senior BNP leaders including standing committee member Dr Abdul Moin Khan, chairperson’s adviser Reaz Rahman, Sabihuddin Ahmed, organizing secretary Shama Obayed, special secretary Dr Asaduzzaman Ripon, Barrister Nawshad Jamir and Advocate Masud Ahmed Talukder.
BNP assistant international affairs secretary Barrister Rumin Farhana, president of Supreme Court Bar Association Advocate Joynul Abedin, and general secretary Barrister Mahbubuddin Khokan also attended the meeting. – Staff Reporter


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