Jatiya Press Club (JPC) President Farida Yasmin. COURTESY
Jatiya Press Club (JPC) President Farida Yasmin Monday condemned the news published in different newspapers claiming that the JPC leaders held a videoconferencing with BNP's acting vice-chairman and convicted fugitive Tareque Rahman.
But, she said, JPC leaders did not hold any videoconferencing with the fugitive convicted at all and that's why using the name of the JPC is totally unethical.
"It is a part of deep-rooted conspiracy. JPC protests and condemns this intrigue," Farida said in a statement.
However, holding videoconferencing with convicted Tareque Rahman under the banner of another organization on October 10 is totally illegal, she said.
The JPC president urged all concern to remain alert so that such incident could not occur in the future in the club.