Two Dhaka MPs are instructed to refrain from controversial activities. it’s been said from the supreme headquarters of Awami League, it’s the last warning for them. If they’re involved in such activities within the future, they’re going to be charged with breach of party discipline.
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For this, he will need to face punishment including temporary expulsion. There are allegations against those two MPs elected from Dhaka on Awami League ticket for occupying government land. the 2 MPs are Haji Selim, an MP from Lalbagh, and Aslamul Haque, an MP from Mirpur. An influential presidium member of the Awami League told Bangla Insider that they were discussed at the party’s policy-making level. it’s also been decided to require action against him if he goes too far within the future. that call has been communicated to them. ‘
Haji Selim has long been accused of illegally occupying government land and therefore the Buriganga. Efforts were made to recover his illegally held assets after the arrest of his son Irfan Selim. At that point, Haji Selim didn’t stop him. it’s learned that after the arrest of his son and therefore the death of his wife, this once influential MP has become very indifferent.
Another Dhaka MP, Aslamul Haque, however, has always claimed that he didn’t illegally occupy one chill of land. Bought all the land. Now the Ministry of Shipping is unjustly saying his land is against the law. But the Ministry of Shipping says the BIWTA has conducted a correct survey and test to prove that Aslamul Haque has occupied the river and built an influence plant. The Ministry of Shipping says that the Supreme Court has proved that Aslamul Haque is wrong.
It is learned that Aslam had raised the difficulty with the government’s supreme headquarters. consistent with sources, Aslam has been instructed to not exaggerate. the 2 MPOs have now withdrawn after stern warnings from government policymakers.