Fugitive terror-funder Shahid Uddin Khan plots creating ‘havoc’ in Bangladesh


Nefarious activities of convicted fugitive terrorist Shahid Uddin Khan, who has been living in the United Kingdom since 2018, wherefrom he and his family members along with their cohorts are continuing dangerous acts has finally started getting exposed. Recently, Blitz has received copies of Shahid Uddin Khan’s correspondences with his contacts in Bangladesh. In this exclusive report, we are publishing one of the many WhatsApp correspondences of this notorious criminal.

On October 19, 2021, Shahid Uddin Khan exchanged text messages with his contact in Bangladesh. Below is the transcript of the communication:

Secret communication between terrorist Shahid Uddin Khan and his contact

Contact in Bangladesh: Sir, Assalamu Alaikum.

Shahid Uddin Khan: Yes

Contact in Bangladesh: Sir, as per your directives everything is ready

Shahid Uddin Khan: Good

Contact in Bangladesh: What shall be done now

Shahid Uddin Khan: Go for havoc. Do you understand?

Contact in Bangladesh: It will be done

Contact in Bangladesh: Need fund

Shahid Uddin Khan: How much

Contact in Bangladesh: 7-8 lakh [BDT 7-8 hundred thousand] will do

Shahid Uddin Khan: Ok sending

Contact in Bangladesh: Ok sir.

Shahid Uddin Khan’s communication with others

Our source is sending few more evidences of Shahid Uddin Khan’s correspondences with various individuals in Bangladesh as well as anti-Bangladesh elements such as Kanak Sarwar, members of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), Hefazat-e-Islam and even some top jihadist leaders.

Shahid Uddin Khan’s secret meeting with British MP

Since 2010, terrorist Shahid Uddin Khan has been maintaining connections with British politician and currently Torey Party’s MP Stephen William Hammond. According to media reports, Shahid Uddin Khan has also business relations with British Conservative Party politician Stephen William Hammond, who has served as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Wimbledon since 2005.

On 4 September 2012, Hammond was appointed Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport, with responsibility for buses, rail and shipping. He lost his ministerial post in the reshuffle on July 15, 2014 and was succeeded by Claire Perry. He became Vice Chairman of the Conservative Party for London on 20 July 2017 and was sacked the following December 16 after participating in a Brexit rebellion against the government of Theresa May three days earlier.

Hammond was however appointed to be a Minister of State at the Department of Health and Social Care on November 16, 2018, following the promotion of Stephen Barclay to the position of Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union. On September 3, 2019, he had the whip removed after voting for a bill ruling out leaving the European Union without a deal. However, on October 29 he was one of ten Conservative MPs to have the whip restored.

According to a source, Shahid Uddin Khan has frantically trying to use the influence of Stephen Hammonds in getting a bill against Bangladesh government passed in the British parliament.


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