BNP Chair Begum Khaleda Zia has appealed to the High Court against the decision of the Zia Charitable Trust case. Appeals have been postponed and guarantees have been sought. Today, on Sunday, calls are made at the relevant branch of the High Court, BNP legal secretary, Barrister Kaiser Kamal.
He said that Khaleda Zia had been fined and fined illegally and unfairly in this case. We apologize for this sentence. The hearing will be held at the hearing and the guarantee application for this appeal hearing on the bench of the High Court division this week.
Khaleda Zia was sentenced to seven years in strict prison in the case of the Zia Charitable Trust on October 29, Dhaka-5 Special Judge Court. It was stated in the ruling that the example set by the state government in the highest state power, and the example set by collecting illegal money for the sake of personal trust would never have been desired.
Attorney Khaleda Zia obtained a complete copy of the verdict on 638 pages on Wednesday. The panel of lawyers, responsible for the Khaleda Zia case, appealed to the High Court to review the four-day decision today, in 24 legal arguments.
It has been said that the Zia Charitable Trust has been managed by the Trust Act of 1882. So, there is no scope to file a case under Section 5 (2) of the Corruption Prevention of 1947. It is said that party leaders and workers pay money in the Charitable Trust . There are no questions about the abuse of power in collecting money. But Khaleda Zia was sentenced on the basis of a complaint based on section 5 (2) of the law. That is not true according to the law. For this reason, a request for that sentence is searched. Meanwhile, ACC adviser Khurshid Alam Khan told reporters that we were ready to face an appeal whether there was a trial on the bench.
Regarding two corruption cases, Khaleda Zia was sentenced to 17 years in prison. In the case of Yatim Zia's Trust case, the court gave him seven years in ten years and a Charity Trust case. He was imprisoned since February 8 after being sentenced.
Ittefaq / Kake