BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia's lawyers yesterday (December 1) alleged of secretly removing things from the Dhaka cantonment house from where she was evicted recently.
At a press briefing at the Supreme Court, the lawyers said removal of the things from the house in absence of representatives or lawyers of Khaleda Zia is nothing but theft and criminal offense.
In a query whether they will give any case for the offense, Barrister Mahbub Uddin Khokon, one of the lawyers said, "We must think about it."
From a reliable source, they knew some things had already been removed secretly from the house last night and rest of the things would be removed today, the lawyers.
So, they moved to visit the house in the morning but were compelled to came back for not getting permission at the Jahangir gate, another lawyer Barrister Rafiqul Islam Miah said.
They urged the concerned authorities to refrain from removing any things from house in absence of concerned representative of Khaleda Zia.
Barrister Khokon said, Khaleda Zia was forcibly evicted from the house during pending of a case over the house; she was not able to take things of the house while evicting.
At the house, founder of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and Begum Khaleda Zia, who was prime minister in three times lived; there were a lot of things valuable whether in material or historical at the house, Barrister Khokon said.
"All that are being occurred regarding the cantonment house are injustice; trial of all the incidences will be held in future, if Bangladesh is remain," he added.
"So, it should not remove any things from the house in absence of representative of Khaleda Zia," he said.