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US influenced by fabricated info: BPSA

Published : 13 Dec 2021 09:49 PM | Updated : 14 Dec 2021 03:10 PM
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Bangladesh Police Service Association (BPSA) on Monday in a statement told that an anti-state vested quarter provided false and fabricated information and influenced the US to issue sanction against RAB.

 The association said the vested quarter that wants to embarrass Bangladesh globally provided false information the United States with the help of international lobbyist group.

The US government will review its decision by assessing real information and scenario on Bangladesh Police's role in maintaining law and order and protecting human rights, the BPSA also hoped.

Earlier, the US State Department imposed sanctions on RAB and seven of its former and current officials, including the current Inspector General of Police (IGP) and former RAB director general (DG) Benazir Ahmed, and former RAB-7 commanding officer Lt Col Miftah Uddin Ahmed.

It linked them to the "extrajudicial" killing of Teknaf Municipality councillor Ekramul Haque, during an anti-drug drive in May 2018.

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