Khaleda returns home after 3 months

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Bangladesh Nationalist Party chairperson Khaleda Zia waves people gathering in front of her home in Gulshan on Sunday on reaching their after three-months stay at office. — Sony Ramany

Bangladesh Nationalist Party chairperson Khaleda Zia waves people gathering in front of her home in Gulshan on Sunday on reaching there after three-months stay at office. — Sony Ramany

The Bangladesh Nationalist Party chairperson, Khaleda Zia, on Sunday returned home 3 months after she had stayed at her Gulshan office, since January 3.
The former prime minister entered her Gulshan residence around 12:20pm after getting bail after surrendering before a Special Judge’s Court, in two graft cases.
BNP vice-chairman Selima Rahman, its associate organisation Jatiyatabadi Mahila Dal general secretary Shirin Sultana and BNP chairperson’s special assistant Shamsur Rahman Shimul Biswas accompanied the party chief.
Earlier, the Special Judges’ Court-3 in Dhaka on Sunday granted bail to Khaleda and two others in Zia Orphanage Trust and Zia Charitable Trust graft cases.
She came out of her Gulshan office around 9:55am and arrived at the makeshift court in the capital’s Bakhshibazar around 10:35am.
She was escorted by police and her own security force members.
Khaleda Zia was barred from coming out of the Gulshan office thrice by the police as she had been scheduled to attend a public rally on January 5, marking one year after the 10th general elections as ‘democracy killing day’.
She had enforced the indefinite blockade from January 6 after having failed to come out of her Gulshan office on January 5.
She was kept in ‘confinement’ at the office till January 19. The special branch police remained deployed there monitoring the visitors.

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