Recently, three of the key advisers and ministers of the Bangladesh government had left the country without any agendas that are related to the affairs of the state.
PM’s foreign affairs adviser, Gowhar Rizvi, had gone to London, the UK, for reasons that to are touted as personal. A reliable source said, “He had sent a resignation letter to the PM before leaving Dhaka.”
HT Imam, another key adviser to PM Sk. Hasina had run to the USA for ‘personal reasons,’ which stays unexplained and dubious. He might not return to the country anytime soon, the source said.
Finance minister Mustofa Kamal is headed towards Dubai, has been found out to be linked with the pressing investigating of a personal predicament of the PM’s son in law, Khondoker Masrur Hossain Mitu, who is circled in an embarrassing investigation by the UAE police over what some media reports guaranteed illicit exchange of Taka 100 crores equivalent of US dollars from an account in Qatar. Yet, a press release from his ministry said, Mustofa Kamal, is going for the “eye treatment.” And this came out with questions before everyone since the agenda is dubious here as well.
Gowhar Rizvi’s offering of resignation is connected to his ‘disappointment’ about the PM’s ‘twofold and deceptive arrangements’ with India and China. Rizvi believes a perilous situation might take hold if the two nuclear-armed neighbours are on the pains of battling a significant war, and Bangladesh’s loyalty is urgently looked for by both, stated by the source.
One source said, the admin cadre of the country, which HT Imam deals with near the very edge of insubordination. This may be related to the homicide endeavour on a UNO, Wahida Khanam. Rajshahi has been consigned to an endeavour by menial house staff and gardener, Rabiul Islam. The source kept up, and a huge number of media reports affirm, that the assault originated from political connivances incubated by the nearby MP of the ruling party because of the UNO’s invalidation to favour an ill-conceived bargain brought by the MP.
Hasina-led administration had clung onto power through vote-rigging and thought that it was unrealistic to handle the arrangement of cruel criminality and the defilement in the abundance of party workers, despoiling the last vestige of the beleaguered regime’s image and credibility. Insisting on anonymity, one political analyst expressed a serious sense of exasperation about Bangladesh’s political dive into the obscure and stated, the fall of the ill-conceived Hasina regime is just a matter of time.
Many even dread that the nation’s military may mediate in governmental issues, as they did numerous times all through the country’s set of experiences.
Photo credit: Collected