Dhaka, Tuesday, 11 August 2020


Minni meets SC lawyer

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Update: 2019-09-22 17:45:36
Minni meets SC lawyer

DHAKA: Ayesha Siddiqa Minni, wife of slain Barguna youth Rifat Sharif, met her lawyer advocate ZI Khan Panna at Supreme Court Bar Association Chamber in Dhaka on Sunday (September 22).

ZI Khan Panna, in a response to a query of reporters, said: “There is a need for consultation with the doctor as well as the lawyer.”

Speaking of the charge sheet, he said: “This is a fascinating novel. Such a deal has been done to hide the main accused from the case… Nothing is new. This is another version of Judge Mia and Jahalom.”

As regards confessional statement, ZI Khan Panna said: “I saw it from the court. That (statement under 164 section) is also a novel. Supreme Court bar president told the court – ‘such beautiful writing is something beyond thoughts. A healthy mind cannot write so well.’”

Asked if appealed to withdraw it? In reply, ZI Khan Panna said: “It was done earlier. Minni herself did it from prison.”

Minni was seen at the chamber along with her father Mozammel Haque Kishore.

Minni along with father Mozammel Haque Kishore got on a Dhaka-bound boat from Amtali of Barguna around 4 pm on Saturday (September 21).

Mozammel Haque Kishore said: “My daughter will be treated in Dhaka for her physical illness. Besides, I have some work in Dhaka.”

Minni is no-7 accused in the in the sensational murder case of Rifat Sharif. Minni got bail from High Court on September 3.

22-year-old Rifat Sharif, from Barguna sadar upazila, was hacked to death indiscriminately by Minni's alleged former husband Nayan Bond and his aides in broad daylight in front of Barguna Government College on June 26.

A shocking video of the brutal attack went viral on the social media, sparking widespread outrage and demand for justice from the countrymen.

BDST: 1745 HRS, SEP 22, 2019



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