Bangladesh prosecutors seek death for opposition leader's son

Bangladesh prosecutors seek death for opposition leader's sonBangladesh prosecutors on Monday demanded the death sentence for the son of opposition leader Khaleda Zia for his alleged role in a deadly 2004 grenade attack in which current prime minister Sheikh Hasina was injured. More than 20 people were killed in the assault on a rally led by Hasina when she was in opposition and Zia was in power. Zia’s son Tarique Rahman, who lives in exile in London, says the criminal conspiracy case against him is part of a political witch-hunt.



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