DHAKA, 8 JUNE: Bangladesh has asked Britain to repatriate the fugitive elder son of former premier Khaleda Zia to face trial on massive graft charges. Mr Tarique Rahman, Opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party’s senior vice-president, is wanted on charges of graft and a deadly grenade attack. A Dhaka court on 26 May issued a warrant ordering Mr Rahman to face trial on graft charges brought by Anti-Corruption Commission during the 2006-2008 emergency rules under the army backed interim government. The official said the letter was sent to the British Foreign Office last week also pointed out that a Dhaka court ordered Bangladesh foreign ministry to execute the warrant engaging the Interpol as Mr Rahman was living in London since 2008. pti