Controversial Businessman Adam Tamizi Haque Arrested after Threatening Politicians and Abusing Wife

Police have arrested Adam Tamizi Haque, the embattled managing director of biscuit-maker AT Haque Limited, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. This arrest comes after a series of controversies involving Haque, including burning his passport in a live social media video and threatening politicians.

Haque, who took charge of the company after his father's death, has been embroiled in controversies for several years. He previously attempted to enter politics, even earning a position in the Tanti League, an affiliate of the ruling Awami League.

Haque's latest controversy began in September when he accused State Minister for Youth and Sports Zahid Ahsan Russel of illegally seizing his assets. The minister denied the allegations, calling them a "conspiracy ahead of the general election."

Haque then further inflamed the situation by tearing up his passport in a live Facebook video and making derogatory comments about the Awami League and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. This led to his expulsion from the party.

Haque's controversial behavior extends beyond politics. In October, his wife, Saira Siddiqui Tanha, filed a case against him accusing him of lying about his past marriages and physical abuse.

In November, another case was filed against Haque by a local Awami League leader for attempting to disturb public order with lies and threatening to "kill" Prime Minister Hasina.

This latest arrest follows a failed attempt by the Rapid Action Battalion to question Haque about his wife's allegations. During a dramatic live video, Haque threatened to take his own life, further complicating the situation.

With multiple legal cases pending and a reputation tarnished by controversy, Adam Tamizi Haque's future remains uncertain.
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