BNP telling lies:
BNP was never against transit, Khaleda's adviser tells BBC
BNP was never against giving transit to India, Sabihuddin Ahmed, adviser to party Chairperson Khaleda Zia, told BBC Bangla service last night. However, Khaleda at a rally in Dhaka on November 7 demanded cancellation of the "transit deal" with India, saying no foreign vehicles would be allowed into Bangladesh.
BBC Bangla service observes that the BNP chairperson has moved away from her years-long position against Bangladesh giving transit to India and the proposed Tipaimukh dam.The party earlier staged a number of protests in and outside the capital against the dam.
We will hear more lies soon.... BNP becomes anti-India when in opposition and covertly pro-India when in power.This time BNP is no more hidden. BNP and AL are just two faces of same coin.
MBI Munshi may be right: The Indians have invited her to find out her true intentions. KZ wants that the Indians ensure that her son can return to politics.
Prof Muntasir Mamun's article:
On Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 11:25 AM, Isha Khan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Bangladesh-India connectivity inevitable: Khaleda
In a shift in her party's stand, BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia yesterday warmed up to connectivity with India and New Delhi's participation in a consortium with China to build a deep-sea port at Sonadia in Mongla.