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BNP resumes organizational activities after Covid-break

After a prolonged suspension caused by the coronavirus epidemic, the BNP resumed its organisational activities on Sunday. The party issued a press release urging its leaders and activists to organize activities throughout the country, while maintaining social distancing from the public and following health safety rules. In preparation for the next general elections, the BNP policymakers decided to meet with central leaders of the party. A senior BNP leader said that the Party Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir would host three meetings with the Executive Committee leaders and other associate bodies, from Tuesday to Thursday. According to Syed Emran Saleh Prince, organizing secretary, the decision was made at Saturday's latest meeting of party's Standing Committee members. Tarique Rahman, acting chairman, will join the meetings that begin at 3:30 p.m. at the Gulshan office of the BNP chairperson. On Tuesday, the BNP policymakers will sit first with vice chairsmen and

Police submits charge-sheet against Nasir, Omi in Pori Moni case

In a Pori Moni case, which brought charges of rape, and attempted murder against her, police have filed a charge sheet against three individuals, including Nasir U Mahmood, a businessman, and Tuhin Siddique Omie, an associate. Shah Shahidul Alam is the other accused in this charge-sheet. Inspector Md Kamal Hossain from Savar police station was the investigating officer and submitted the charges against the accused to the Dhaka Chief Judcial Magistrate's court on Monday. Pori Moni posted a verified status to her Facebook page asking for justice from Sheikh Hasina. It claimed that six people tried to rape and murder her at the Uttara Boating Club in June 9. Pori Moni filed a complaint of sexual assault against six persons, including Omi and Nasir, on June 14th with Savar Model police station. A team of detectives later arrested Nasir along with four other men from Uttara. Police filed a narcotics complaint against Omi and Nasir at Airport Police Station. They were concerned about the