73-year-old Begum Khaleda Zia, appearing in a special court set up on Nazimuddin Road for corruption, expressed his doubts about justice.
Sitting in a wheel chair, the former Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia told the court, “I am sick”. Thus, I can not come to court repeatedly. As long as you want to be punished. I know that justice will not be justice in this court. Here is everything in the will of the prosecution. The 73-year-old former Prime Minister expressed his attitude in a special court set up in the abandoned prison of Nazimuddin Road on Wednesday. On Tuesday, the court changed the court to trial in prisons. BNP protested Their say, the trial in prison is contrary to the constitution. Khaleda’s lawyers did not go to the special court in this background. Khaleda told journalists that her body is not so bad, she can not move left hand. Can not curb left leg. It’s like paralyzed. I will come to the court repeatedly with this body.
After twenty-five-minute court proceedings, Judge Akhtaruzzaman Zia fixed the hearing for the proceedings of the Charitable Corruption case on September 12 and 13.