Sunday, February 17, 2019

Bangladesh Government Dismisses Reports About Plot To Kill PM Sheikh Hasina

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Bangladesh media had given an account of "thwarted assault" on PM Hasina on Aug 24

Assault was plotted by Jama't ul Mujahideen Bangladesh: Reports

Head administrator's Office said reports were "unmerited and roused"

The Bangladesh government today expelled as "outlandish" media reports that a portion of the protectors of Prime Minister Sheik Hasina were plotting to kill her last month.

"This is to educate such the report of the assault on the noteworthy Prime Minister (Sheik Hasina) on August 24, 2017 is totally unjustifiable, misdirecting and inspired," the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) said in an announcement.

It said "a few news sources on September 23 distributed and communicate a report about a fizzled endeavor on the life of Prime Minister Sheik Hasina utilizing as the source a remote TV channel and a universal online news office".

It said various TV channels additionally disclosed the news and held syndicated programs on the "supposed" fizzled assault on the chief by including a few individuals from an extraordinary power. "It isn't normal at all from any capable individual or cognizant media to distribute or communicate such a befuddling report which conflicts with the general enthusiasm of the nation's security," the announcement read.

As indicated by the reports the thwarted assault was plotted by maverick individuals from the Special Security Force or SSF as a team with prohibited fear monger outfit Jama'tul Mujahideen Bangladesh or JMB, bdnews24 revealed.

The reports said six to seven SSF work force were getting ready to assault Hasina on August 24.

The reports said JMB individuals should trigger blasts around the workplace to make a redirection and give a departure course to the professional killers.

Hasina is currently in the US, where she had gone to go to the 72nd UN General Assembly.

Hasina was focused by an Islamist radical gathering in 2004.

Islamist aggressors purportedly upheld by a fourth of the then governing BNP of ex-chief Khaleda Zia flung explosives in a political rally of the then resistance of her Awami League.

Hasina barely got away from the endeavor supporting lasting hearing disability yet 24 individuals including Awami League's ladies front boss and previous Bangladesh president Zillur Rahman's significant other Ivy Rahman were murdered.

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