A One Party Rule in Bangladesh with Possible Khaleda’s Exit?

 Media reports emanating from Dhaka seem to suggest that the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) leader Begum Khaleda Zia may be seeking parole and will move to London for medical treatment. Khaleda, twice prime minister and a staunch opponent of the current prime minister Sheikh Hasina is a shadow of her past when she managed to mobilize the BNP after the assassination of her husband in May 1981. Caught in multiple legal cases, the BNP chairperson has been in jail since a special court convicted her in Zia Orphanage Trust graft case on February 8 last year. Khaleda’s failing health appears to be the reason for the strong speculation that she may seek parole and move to London where her elder son Tarique Rehman who is also sentenced in the August 2004 grenade blasts case is one exile. BNP party sources have remained non committal on the issue of Khaleda seeking parole............................

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