Associates of Bangladesh's former prime minister, Khaleda Zia, say the military-backed interim government is continuing to restrict her movements, keeping her under virtual house arrest.
Leaders of Zia's Bangladesh Nationalist Party said on Wednesday that almost no one has been allowed to visit her. Zia's movements have been tightly controlled for weeks.
In last four days only one person was allowed to see Mrs. Zia, claimed Hannan Shah, a top BNP leader in an interview with Voice of America’s Bangla Service.
Amir Khasru has the details.