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Friday, 9 February 2018

Tareq Rahman BNP acting chairman

BNP senior vice chairman Tarique Rahman has been made the acting chairman of the party. On Thursday night, a notice issued by the central office of Nayapaltan in the capital has been mentioned as Tarique Rahman's acting chairman of BNP.

On Thursday, BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia was sentenced to five years in jail in the case of Zia Orphanage Trust corruption case. He is now in the old Central Jail. Tarique Rahman and five others were sentenced to 10 years imprisonment in this case. BNP's new acting chairman Tarique Rahman is in London now

BNP senior junior secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi sent the notification yesterday. The statement was referred to as 'statement of BNP acting chairman Mr. Tarique Rahman'.

At night Ruhul Kabir Rizvi said, "Tarique Rahman is now the acting chairman of BNP."

After the Khaleda Zia became the Chairperson of the BNP in 1984, no one became the acting chairman of the party.

Khaleda Zia was arrested three times during the anti-Ershad movement. He was kept under house arrest at Dhaka Cantonment house. There was no response as the chairman of the party. Khaleda Zia went into hiding in the final phase of the anti-Ershad movement in 1990. Still, the team did not have any responsibility. During the emergency, Khaleda Zia was arrested on September 3, 2007. He was held in a house for more than a year. The present Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was in the next house. BNP chairperson Saifur Rahman was made acting chairman in a meeting of BNP Standing Committee during the absence of BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia during the army-backed government known as 'one-eleven government'. But it did not support all the members. And so Saifur Rahman did not get water when he tried to make acting chairman.

This was the first BNP acting chairman Tarique Rahman not only received the sentence in the corruption case yesterday, he was fined Tk 2.1 million with other accused.

Tarique Rahman was accused in the Zia Orphanage Trust case, he formed a non-existent trust using the address of 6 Mainul Hossain Road with the help of his mother. In the name of the Trust, Taka 28.33 crore 33 or 33 thousand rupees of the Prime Minister's Orphan fund opened the accounts of the gold deposits in the Gulshan Unit Circle branch. Without a purchase of land for a long time, there was no establishment in the name of the Trust. He did not spend any money for the orphans and the destitute by breaking the condition of the deed of trust. From April 12, 2006, to July 4, 2006, 5 checks for dishonesty amounted to 30 million takas to the concerned businessman Qazi Salimul Haque, of which, embezzled twenty million 10 lakh 71 thousand 671, which commits the 409 offenses of the offense.
Tarique Rahman is not just convicted in the Zia Orphanage Trust case. Earlier, the High Court gave him seven years in jail for money laundering in 2016.

On July 21, 2016, the High Court has upheld Tareq Rahman for seven years in jail for acquitting the trial court in the money laundering case.
Judge Court of the case said that the allegation of money laundering against Giasuddin Al-Mamun abroad has been proved. However, the court said that the allegation of Tarique Rahman's involvement in the offense could not have been proved beyond doubt. About two and a half years after reviewing the trial, the High Court said, "Tariq Rahman was consciously part of this financial crime. So he can not get any kind of discount. '

Tarique Rahman was fined seven years in jail and fined Tk 20 million in money laundering case.

In view of the verdict, the High Court said, "Sadly, Tarique Rahman is a member of a political class, whose responsibility is to guide the state, but he is consciously associated with a financial crime. He earned dirty money in the name of his political power and influence in the name of counseling. And his partner was Ghiyasuddin Al Mamun. Such political influence is a threat to good governance, sustainable development and democratic process of the country. '

The High Court said that since Tarique Rahman is now absconding, the penalty will be effective after he is arrested or surrendered. The High Court directed the trial court to issue a warrant for Tarique Rahman for this.

Bribe money transit in Singapore: On October 26, 2009, the ACC filed a case against Dhaka Cantonment Police Station against Mamun and Tarique and Mamun with the money laundering case. In the case, Mamun took a bribe of Tk 20 crore 41 lakh and 25 thousand takas with the promise of getting the proposed construction contract for setting up a proposed 80 MW power plant in Tongi. Between 2003 and 2007, money was smuggled into Mamun's bank in different ways in Singapore City Bank. Tarique Rahman, who spent Tk 30.8 million in the money, spent Taka.
The trial began on July 6, 2011. The verdict is on 17 November 2013. Tarique Rahman was acquitted of the verdict and Ghiyasuddin Al Mamun was sentenced to seven years imprisonment and Tk 40 million fine.

Later on December 5, 2013, ACC filed an appeal against Tarique Rahman's acquittal. On January 19, 2014, the High Court took Tikka to accept the ACC appeal and surrendered. The court refused to return the London-based Tarique and sent summons to him in London's address. But Tarek Rahman did not respond. Later, the court declared him absconding. Later, hearing of appeals against Mamun's appeal against the imprisonment of ACC started simultaneously

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