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Bangladesh army chief says military won’t seize power

Bangladesh’s military has no intention of grabbing power and will return to barracks after cleaning up politics, the country’s powerful army chief was reported as saying on Saturday. “The army will not be in politics. It is now assisting the caretaker government. When the need is over, it will return to barracks,” Bengali daily Manabjamin quoted army chief Lieutenant General Moeen U Ahmed as saying. “One thing must be clear. Will the army grab power? We were under intense pressure to take power. But we did not. We want that democracy continues,” Moeen told the national independent newspaper. Full Story

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