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Bangladesh Politics: Awami League Criticizes Khaleda’s Prison Meeting


Awami League has asked the interim government to set all detainees, netted during the anti-corruption drive, free before releasing BNP leader Tarique Rahman.
It also termed the anti-corruption drive of the military-backed interim administration as eyewash and alleged it was designed to downgrade Awami League to the level of BNP.

'The government has lost its legal and moral rights to keep politicians behind bars if the symbol of corruption is granted bail in all 13 cases,' Awami League acting party general secretary Syed Ashraful Islam told reporters Saturday after a meeting of the party presidium.

He also questioned the transparency and motive of the anti-corruption drive. He said the main objective of the post-January 11, 2007 government was to salvage the BNP-Jamaat alliance and equalise it with Awami League.

Acting party president Zillur Rahman presided over the meeting at his Gulshan residence. Presidium members Amir Hossain Amu, Suranjit Sengupta and Matia Chowdhury were present at the meeting.

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