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Bangladeshi politician under Russian target?

Added: (Sat May 05 2018)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Syed Ulfat Ahmed

Kremlin is yet to overcome the diplomatic pressure it has been facing from the West following the nerve agent attack of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in London. United Kingdom along with the Western countries are fully convinced that, Moscow is responsible for this attack. Still, despite such diplomatic jeopardy, Russia is all set in targeting several individuals in London - this time, a Bangladeshi politician and his family. Moscow is doing this at the personal request of Bangladeshi autocrat Sheikh Hasina and President Vladimir Putin's discreet friend - UK Labour Party MP, Tulip Rizwana Siddiq.

According to credible sources, Bangladeshi autocrat Sheikh Hasina, during her recent London trip in the second week of April, held a private meeting with her younger sister Sheikh Rehana, and her niece and advisor Tulip Siddiq. Three of them discussed the ways and means of of keeping Bangladesh Nationalist Parry (BNP) out of the December 2018 general election. Hasina told Rehana and Tulip, BNP's joining the election would cause a massive defeat to Awami League. She reminded, if she and her party are ousted from power, lots of corruption cases would be brought against Sheikh Rehana and several family members of Tulip Siddiq. This would also stop Rehana and Tulip from receiving commission and kick back from Russia, India and China against various development projects and purchase deals.

A concerned Tulip Siddiq suggested her aunt to get BNP leader Tarique Rahman, his wife Dr. Zubaida Rahman and daughter Zaima Rahman [all currently residing in the UK] killed by secret agents from Russia. Following this meeting, Sheikh Rehana came to Bangladesh along with Sheikh Hasina and held meeting with a Russian diplomat in Dhaka, and made the request of this assassination.

Submitted by:Syed Ulfat Ahmed
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