Adviser Maj Gen (Retd) MA Matin said on Sunday said that the government has taken
necessary measures for the security of Awami League chief Sheikh Hasina after a
report of possible attack on her in the Indian media.
to a report run online by Indian TV channel CNN-IBN, Indian intelligence
agencies have warned Bangladesh that the former premier faces an assassination
threat from a banned militant group.
home adviser said that he had taken
appropriate measures in this regard and he feels there is no threat whatsoever.
CNN-IBN report said Indian intelligence agencies have warned the country that a
six-member suicide squad of the banned Harkat-ul-Jehad-al-Islami (Huji) has
been trained to execute the plot.
report quoting sources in the Indian intelligence agencies told CNN-IBN that a
Huji team was trained for the last two months.
Foreign Advisor to the caretaker government in Bangladesh , Iftekhar Ahmed
Chowdhury said that security has been beefed up for Sheikh Hasina and Khaleda
Zia. Adequate measures are also being taken to assure elections