INTERPOL wanted terror funder blasts Al Jazeera for not airing his propaganda


INTERPOL convicted wanted terror funder Shahid Uddin Khan, who has been on run and living in the United Kingdom since 2018 has blasted journalists and producers of Qatari broadcast network Al Jazeera as well as British journalist David Bergman for not airing his anti-Bangladesh bogus propaganda stuff. Meanwhile, after being rejected by Al Jazeera, Shahid Uddin Khan reportedly has teamed-up with Tasneem Khalil and Zulkarnain Saer Khan Sami and working on several bogus propaganda contents with the goal of releasing those on YouTube channels.

In the video statement, Shahid Uddin Khan claims, Al Jazeera team contacted him in March 2020 when they filmed a so-called documentary named “All The Prime Minister’s Men”. On behalf of Al Jazeera, David Bergman contacted Shahid Uddin Khan, visited his house and filmed contents for this “documentary”. He further said, making of this content began in March 2019.

Shahid Uddin Khan said, Al Jazeera team had done forensic of a number of “call records” that he provided to the team. “They did not pay any heed to matters raised by me. Instead they highlighted some [filthy] people, those have become known now [through Al Jazeera] in this documentary”.

He said, “As Al Jazeera did not show interest in my story and “phone conversation records” I had to release those in another YouTube channel”. This terror funder has also published several photographs of him with David Bergman and other members of the Al Jazeera team at his residence.

INTERPOL wanted terror funder Shahid Uddin Khan chatting and dining with Al Jazeera team at his London residence

Shahid Uddin Khan also claimed, David Bergman and few other journalists of Al Jazeera had promised him to air his case in a second film. He expressed bodily anger and disrespect towards David Bergman and other members of the Al Jazeera team. In one of the photos, Shahid Uddin Khan is seen chatting with David Bergman and two other members of Al Jazeera and entertaining them with food and drink. These photos prove, Shahid Uddin Khan was either trying to please the team of Al Jazeera or had on purpose preserved these pictures with the ulterior motive of blackmailing them if his bogus story did not appear as an “investigative report” in the Qatari broadcast network.

It may be also mentioned here that, Shahid Uddin Khan had earlier taken pictures of Tory Party’s Stephen Hammonds MP at Khan’s residence in London and later leaked all of these photos with the motive of proving his secret relations with this British lawmaker. Lately, Shahid Uddin Khan has claimed to have been providing “donations” on a regular basis to Tory Party in exchange for favors and services from Stephen Hammonds and other members of the party.

In the same video statement, this INTERPOL wanted terror funder has declared war against Bangladesh, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and other members of the government and civil-military administration.

According to our information, Md. Shahid Uddin Khan (Army No: BA002428, Course: 8-BMA, Commission Date: 10-06-1983) Khan, invested millions of pounds in the United Kingdom in exchange for obtaining immigrant status under Visa Tier 1, vide VAF No. 511702. The family had laundered an unknown amount of money and brought that into the United Kingdom via the United Arab Emirates and a few more countries, while Shahid Uddin Khan had invested over 18 million pounds for buying citizenship under Britain’s ‘Golden Visa’ scheme. In a video statement released on June 11, 2022 on his Facebook ID, Shahid Uddin Khan has openly admitted that the entire amount was smuggled into the United Kingdom from Bangladesh as the British authorities do not ask “anyone” as to how they brought such large sum of cash into the country.

On May 25, 2019. prestigious British newspaper The Sunday Times published a report stating Md Shahid Uddin Khan has been charged with funding terror groups, arms dealing and money laundering offenses in Bangladesh. According to the British newspaper, the sacked army officer has political links in Britain and had funded Stephen Hammonds, a Tory Party MP.

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