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‘Nagorik TV’, a nefarious crime cartel

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‘Nagorik TV’, a notorious crime cartel is finally getting caught on charges of extortion, blackmailing, character assassination, anti-Semitic hate-speech and other forms of crimes. This crime cartel is being operated from Canada and the United States. Meanwhile, a case has already been lodged against Tito Rahman, one of the top-dogs of this crime cartel, who also is connected to a militancy outfit named Ansar Al Islam (AAI). It may be mentioned here that, AAI has formed alliance with Al Qaeda and is already designated by the US State Department. Similarly, criminal charges are being brought against Nazmus Saquib, another member of the crime cartel, who is now residing in the United States. Apart from this, law enforcement agencies including the US intelligence agency FBI has been informed about Shakib’s heinous misdeeds.

It may be further mentioned here that, under the US laws, extortion and blackmailing are considered as serious crimes, while any act of anti-Semitism and hate-speech can send Nazmus Saquib into prison for many years, while he would also face extradition, as the United States does not allow any foreigner to use its soil for criminal activities.

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It is to be noted that a few days ago, this ‘Nagrik TV’ crime cartel published two fake stories about Bangladesh and India on a website called Sri Lanka Guardian. The relatives of convicted war criminals gave financial support behind the publication of these fiction. Other cohorts behind these publications are Pinaki Bhattacharya, a staunch anti-Hindu, who took political asylum in France. Pinaki fled Bangladesh a few years ago when he was accused of manufacturing a drug named Yaba and aphrodisiac under the cover of a pharmaceutical factory; and another culprit named Zulkarnain Saer Sami aka Chhintaikari Sami (Snatcher Sami), who was expelled from Hungary on numerous allegations and currently is in the United Kingdom.

Zulkarnain Sami aka Chhintaikari Sami (Snatcher Sami) was arrested in 2007 in Dhaka’s Elephant Road area while posing as an army captain and an officer of the Rapid Action Battalion while robbing a mobile phone shop. Later, angry shop owners beat him up and handed him over to the police. A case was filed in this regard with Kafrul Police Station in Dhaka. Case number 43, dated July 21, 2007, under section 140, 170, 171, 419, 865, 467, 469 and 472 of the Bangladesh Penal Code.

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Anti-Bangladesh propaganda stuff published in Sri Lanka Guardian website were exposed by investigative report in Blitz. Subsequently Al Qaeda/LTTE mouthpiece Sri Lanka Guardian deleted these and sought apology. Meanwhile authorities in Sri Lanka and India are investigating the case of Sri Lanka Guardian. In continuation of this, Tito Rahman, Nazmus Shakib, Pinaki Bhattacharya, Zulkarnain Sami aka Chhintaikari Sami may also be sued in Britain, France, America and Canada for spreading horrible rumors and fake news against India and Bangladesh.

Meanwhile, a series of investigative reports published in BLiTZ has left those involved with the extortionist ‘Nagrik TV’ Facebook page in the lurch. They are continuing to spread false propaganda against BLiTZ and its editor almost on a daily basis. It is known that Interpol wanted militant Shahid Uddin Khan, who is staying in London, is also behind these propagandas.

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Recently, some sensational information about Shahid Uddin Khan has been published in an Indian news portal named The Eastern Herald. Based on evidence, The Eastern Herald said, this Shahid Uddin Khan is one of the top beneficiaries of a MLM company named Destiny Group, which is accused of mass fraud in Bangladesh.

In 2011-2012, Shahid Uddin Khan turned furious at the editor of Blitz when the Anti-Corruption Commission took action against Destiny Group following publication of a series of reports on the cheating of this MLM company in Blitz.

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Also read Unimaginable financial crimes of INTERPOL wanted criminal Shahid Uddin Khan

At first, Shahid Uddin Khan tried to frighten BLiTZ editor through threats in various ways. As such tactics of threats did not work, Shahid Uddin Khan lodged a false fraud case against BLiTZ editor in capital’s Dakkhinkhan police station through one of Khan’s employees named Sajjad Hussain and got the BLiTZ editor arrested from his residence during late hours of the night. Then Shahid Uddin Khan sent his men to the police station to take pictures of the BLiTZ editor in handcuffs. Hours later, BLiTZ editor was taken to RAB-1 headquarters for another photo session, while Shahid hired an officer of this elite force to assassinate the editor on way to court.

Shahid Uddin Khan, who amassed hundreds of crores of takas. When law enforcement agencies began investigating militancy connections of Shahid Uddin Khan and his men, Shahid fled to Britain via Dubai in 2018. One of his accomplices, Sajjad Hussain, who lodged false case against BLiTZ editor also fled to the United States.

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Following publication of the investigative report in The Eastern Herald, law enforcement agencies have already started investigation into the allegation of Shahid Uddin Khan’s notorious bid of getting BLiTZ editor assassinated.

Notorious activities of anti-state elements within Bangladesh

The Bangladeshi associates of ‘Nagrik TV’, Shahid Uddin Khan, Zulkarnain Sami aka Chhintaikari Sami, have meanwhile openly started anti-government activities on social media.

For the past few weeks, a woman named Shahana Rashid Shanu and her two sons, Sajal Mahmud Ony and Shyamal Mahmood Anjan, have been sharing various posts of ‘Nagorik TV’ and Zulkarnain Sami aka Chhintaikari Sami openly on social media. Many are demanding strict legal measures against these associates of anti-state gangs.

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