Dhaka, Aug. 25 -- Barrister Rumeen Farhana, a BNP MP from reserved seat, has sought an allocation for a 10-katha land from Housing and Public Works Ministry though she had long been branding the current government and parliament as illegal.

Rumeen, BNP assistant international affairs secretary and daughter of Language Movement hero Oli Ahad, applied for the plot on August 3, less than two months after she was sworn in.

On June 9, she took oath as a member of the 11th Parliament from one of the seats reserved for women. Joining the House on the first day, she described the government and parliament as illegal.

According to the application which has gone viral on Facebook, she informed the Housing Minister that she needs a 10-katha plot ...