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Series of conspiracies against Bangladesh


Series of conspiracies against Bangladesh

Anita Mathur

Although Interpol has issued Red Notice on a notorious criminal and a sacked military officer, who has been living in Britain under Visa Tier-1, Md. Shahid Uddin Khan, his wife Farjana Anjum and daughters Shehtaz Munasi Khan, and Parisa Pinaz Khan are yet to be arrested and deported to Bangladesh. According to information immediately after Interpol had issued Red Notice on Shahid Uddin Khan and members of his family who are facing numerous criminal charges including money laundering and terror financing, Khan tried to visit Dubai and was advised by his lawyers to refrain from such attempts as United Arab Emirates authorities would immediately arrest them on arrival and send back to Bangladesh. Khan’s daughter Parisa Pinaz Khan, who has been maintaining liaison of her father’s businesses with notorious terrorist Dawood Ibrahim’s D Company, was also asked by Pakistani spy agency ISI not to leave Britain as most of the countries would arrest people facing Interpol Red Notice.

Being unable to move out of Britain, a desperate Shahid Uddin Khan and members of his family have plotted a new conspiracy. Accordingly, they have hired a sacked Captain of Bangladesh Armed Forces, who was earlier convicted by the military court for attempting to assassinate Barrister Fazle Noor Taposh. This sacked Captain is affiliated with Jamaat e Islami and since 2014 has been maintaining communication with another sacked Major, who is currently heading an Islamist militancy group.

According to information, Shahid Uddin Khan has assigned the aforementioned sacked Captain to liaise with the leaders of Rohingya refugees and discuss about waging armed struggle against Myanmar for which Shahid Uddin Khan would provide weapons, ammunition, explosives and fund through the sacked Captain. Simultaneously, the same officer is also assigned by Shahid Uddin Khan for a number of bomb attacks inside garrison areas in Bangladesh.

Taking undue advantage of the Rohingya crisis, pro-jihadist Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) also is making frantic bids in further complicating the refugee crisis. Through one of its leaders in the Chittagong division, BNP is also giving instigation to Rohingyas in waging mass movement.

Meanwhile, on August 29 at 1:13 am, Shahid Uddin Khan launched a group on the Whatsapp using the name of Sumendara Bhoumik. He has used +351-920-080922, a Portugal phone number to hide his involvement behind the WhatsApp group, through which he is spreading self-propaganda and deregetory remarks on several individuals. It is further learnt that one of Khan’s cohorts advocate Gobindo Chandra Pramanik as well as some of the course mates of Shahid Khan in Bangladesh Army are playing active role behind this WhatsApp-based propaganda.

It may be mentioned here that, Shahid Uddin Khan fled Bangladesh along with the members of his family to skip legal consequences as they were facing series of criminal charges in the country. But situation turned worst for Khans as their Dhaka house was raided on January 17, 2019 and an unit of the Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) Unit of Bangladesh Police seized illegal weapons, ammunition, detonators, counterfeit currency and propaganda materials of Islamic State. The CTTC unit also found evidences of Khan’s terror financing. Few months back, Shahid Uddin Khan as well as his wife Farjana Anjum and daughters Shehtaz Munasi Khan and Parisa Pinaz Khan were convicted by Bangladeshi courts just in one case though there are several cases in Bangladesh against them.

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