News Desk: The statement made by the Swiss ambassador in Dhaka that the Bangladeshi government did not ask for specific information about the money deposited by Bangladeshis in various banks in Switzerland, has been contradicted by the High Court. Sunday (August 14) Justice Md. High Court Bench of Nazrul Islam Talukder and Justice Khizir Hayat commented on this. The High Court said that according to the report given by the ACC and the state party, the statement of the Swiss ambassador was not found to be true, rather it was contradictory. The High Court also said that there is no option but to withdraw the statement of Switzerland's ambassador to Bangladesh, Nathalie Chuard. The Swiss ambassador's statement has embarrassed the country. The court said, we do not understand how the ambassador said that no information was sought about the deposits of Bangladeshis. ACC lawyer Khurshid Alam Khan said that the statement of the Swiss ambassador is not correct. An explanation should be sought from him as to why he made such a statement. Then the court said, seeing the information that you presented, I did not find the truth of the statement of the Swiss ambassador. Your (ACC and State Party) statements will save the nation from embarrassment. The court asked the state party and the ACC to file their statements in the form of affidavits and fixed Sunday for the order.