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Ziaur Rahman rehabilitate the Razakars and Bangabandhu Murderers

Ziaur Rahman, a Major in the Pakistan Army, Zia's unit (2/5 East Bengal Regiment) took control of the Kalurghat radio station in Chittagong at the onset of the Bangladesh Liberation War and on behalf of Bengali nationalist leader (Father of the Nation)Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.made the most widely transmitted declaration of independence of Bangladesh which was the third and last in a series of such declarations. Recognized as a war hero, he was honored with the second highest national award Bir Uttom in 1972. A high-ranking accomplished officer in the Bangladesh Army, Zia was appointed chief of army staff in course of dramatic events that evolved following the assassination of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in 1975 by a group of junior military officers and these army personnel met Ziaur Rahman at his residence to killed Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

This was followed shortly by another coup and counter-coup and ultimately led to the consolidation of power under Zia as Deputy Chief Martial Law Administrator. The counter-coup, sometimes referred to as a sepoy mutiny was organized by the socialist Colonel Abu Taher.

Ziaur Rahaman assumed the office of the President of the country in 1977 He engaged himself in politics by floating a political party that came to be known as janodal. Later he founded the Bangladesh Nationalist Party. For achieving popular support, he adopted policies bringing the government increasingly under Islam, which he included in the national constitution. It has been alleged that Zia helped individuals involved in the assassination of Sheikh Mujib rehabilitate home and abroad, immunized by the Indemnity Act. He also came to be known as Mr. Clean for his unquestionable integrity.

Coup of 1975 and its aftermath

On August 15, 1975 Sheikh Mujib and his family were killed by a group of military officers. One Sheikh Mujib's cabinet ministers Khondaker Mostaq Ahmad was appointed the president and, subsequently, Major General Ziaur Rahman was appointed as the army chief after removal of Major General Shafiullah. However, the coup of 15 August caused a period of instability and unrest in Bangladesh and more so across the ranks and files of the army. Brigadier Khaled Mosharraf and the Dhaka Brigade under Colonel Shafat Jamil made a counter-coup on November 3, 1975, and Ziaur Rahman was forced to resign and was put under house arrest. A third coup was staged under Colonel Abu Taher and a group of socialist military officers and supporters of the left-wing Jatiyo Samajtantrik Dal on November 7, called the "National Revolution and Solidarity Day" (Sipoy-Janata Biplob) (Soldiers and People's Coup) Brigadier Khaled Mosharraf was killed and Colonel Jamil arrested, while Colonel Taher freed Ziaur Rahman ( After few months Ziaur Rahman arrested and execute Colonel Taher )and re-appointed him as army chief. Following a major meeting at the army headquarters, an interim government was formed with Justice Abu Sadat Mohammad Sayem as chief martial law administrator and Zia, Air Vice Marshal M. G. Tawab and R ear Admiral M. H. Khan as his deputies. Zia also took on the portfolios of home affairs, finance, industry and information along with becoming the army chief of staff. However, discipline in the army had totally collapsed and it was difficult to disarm the soldiers and put them back to the barracks. Fearing that Colonel Abu Taher, who in fact rescued him few months earlier, would attempt to organise another revolt, Zia ordered his arrest. Following a secret trial in a military court, Zia authorised the execution of Colonel Taher on July 21, 1976. Zia became the chief martial law administrator following Justice Sayem's elevation to the presidency on November 19, 1976. He tried to integrate the armed forces, giving repatriates a status appropriate to their qualifications and seniority. While this angered some veterans of the Mukti Bahini, who had rapidly reached high positions following liberation in 1971, Zia defused potential threats from discontented officers by sending them on diplomatic missions abroad.

Ziaur Rahman Rehabilitate the war criminals and former Prime Minister Shah Azizur Rahman was one of them (Bengali: শাহ আজিজুর রহমান) (1925 - 1988) was a Bangladeshi politician who served as the Prime Minister of Bangladesh. However, he was the subject of considerable controversy for his collaboration with the Pakistan Army against the struggle to establish Bangladesh. Shah Azizur Rahman was born in Kushtia of the province of Bengal (now in Bangladesh). As a student political leader, Rahman participated in the Bengal Provincial Muslim League and the Pakistan movement. At the outbreak of the Bangladesh Liberation War, Rahman supported the Pakistani state forces and denounced the Bengali nationalist struggle, joining Bengali politicians such as Nurul Amin, Golam Azam and Motiur Rahman Nizami. He would lead the Pakistani delegation to the United Nations in November 1971, where he would emphatically deny that the Pakistan Army's Operation Searchlight had degenerated into genocide. Following the defeat of Pakistan in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, Rahman continued to reside in Pakistan. In the post-war period, authorities estimated that over a million people had been killed in Bangladesh by Pakistani state forces and collaborating militias. Rahman would continue to lobby Muslim nations in the Middle East to decline diplomatic recognition to Bangladesh.

Return to Bangladesh

Shah Azizur Rahman was permitted to return Bangladesh after liberation war. Shaikh Mujibur Rahman was a good friend of him and released Shah Aziz from jail. There are saying that while Azis was in prison Mujib provide his family 3,000 taka each month. When Major General Ziaur Rahman became the President of Bangladesh, zia allow Aziz to take part in national election and appointed him to the post of prime minister. Rahman also helped Zia organise the Bangladesh Nationalist Party, which won the 1978 parliamentary elections. Both Zia and Azizur Rahman have received fierce criticism for issuing the Indemnity Act, which gave amnesty to the killers of Sheikh Mujib and legalised the military coups of 1975.


(Bengali: গোলাম আযম) (born 7 November 1922), is a Bangladeshi political leader who is recognized by the Bangladeshis as one of the worst war criminals of the Liberation War of Bangladesh. The former Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh, he opposed the independence of Bangladesh both during the liberation war and upon its liberation on December 16, 1971 and lead the formation of Shanti Committee, Razakar and Al-Badr to thwart the freedom fighters of Bangladesh. He also lobbied against the acknowledgment of new-born Bangladesh after 1971.

He was a permanent resident of England until 1978, and maintained Pakistani citizenship until 1994 due to the decision by the Bangladeshi government at the time to refuse him citizenship. From 1978 to 1994 he lived in Bangladesh illegally without any authorized Bangladeshi visa.In 1994, the Supreme Court upheld the decision to restore his citizenship of Bangladesh as a matter of birth-right.He was the leader of Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh until 2000.


Azam entered politics as a student leader at Dhaka University, and in 1947 became the Secretary General of the Dhaka University Central Students Union. Among his earliest campaigns was participation in the Bengali Language Movement during 1950s. He submitted the memorandum to the Pakistan government demanding Bengali as one of the state languages, on behalf of the students of Dhaka University, following the demand made by Dhirendranath Datta in the Pakistan Constituent Assembly in February 1948 and the resulting nationalist uprising in East Bengal. Azam, however, distanced himself from the Language Movement when it became clear that it was becoming a rallying call for a secular Bengali nationalist movement rather than one focused on Bengali Muslim activism alone. Since his return to Bangladesh in the 1970s Ghulam Azam has never participated in the official commemorations of the Language Movement and he and his party celebrate that event separately

Azam became the secretary of the Islamist political party, Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh, in 1957. Later, he became the Ameer (president) of the Jamaat in East Pakistan in 1969. He was also a participant in the formation of the Pakistan Democratic Alliance in 1967.


During the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971, Azam played a central role in the formation of Peace Committees, which declared the independence movement to be a conspiracy hatched by India.[2] Azam was one of the founding members of this organization.[2] After the genocide of 25th March Pakistani forces lost control of Bangladesh. To help control this situation Pakistani army set up a network of peace committees superimposed upon the normal civil administration as army couldn't rely upon that administration. Peace Committee members were drawn from Jamaat-e-Islami led by Ghula Azam, Muslim League and Biharis. Peace committee served as the agent of army, informing on civil administration as well as general public. They were also in charge of confiscating and redistribution of shops and lands from Hindu and pro-independence Bengali- mainly relatives and friends of the freedom fighters. Almost 10 million Bangladeshis fled to neighboring India as refugees. The Shanti Committee also recruited Razakars. Razakars were common criminals who had thrown their lots with the army.

On April 12, 1971, Azam and Matiur Rahman Nizami led processions denouncing the independence movement as an Indian conspiracy.


During Azam's leadership of Jamaat-e-Islami, Ashraf Hossain, a leader of Jamaat's student wing Islami Chhatra Sangha, created the Al-Badr militia in Jamalpur District on 22 April, 1971. Current Jamaat Ameer (supreme leader) Matiur Rahman Nizami was the supreme commander of this militia. Nizami was a leader of Islami Chhatra Shongha then.
Also, in May, 1971, another Jamaat leader Mawlana Yusuf, a subordinate to Azam, created the Razakar militia in Khulna. The first recruits included 96 Jamaat party members.

I put this in FaceBook already for some idiots, if not a chic major, a full scale Major General [55 Div Com - Jessore] go to Khulna Radio Station and declare Independence of Khulna, will he get support from 4 neri-kutta! Will the people, armed forces believe his declaration and join the armed struggle against Bangladesh, then how could an unknown Major Zia declare independence and the idiots of Bangladesh join Liberation War, which Lunatic believe in it! Even Killer of Bangabandhu, Zia never claim that in his life time, but after his sad demise, Paki ISI Bustard tried to spoil the theme of our Liberation Struggle and many of our Children believed and being trapped by their ill propaganda! I hope our friends will read it and clear their mind and come back to sense! Said: Shahidul Alam on facebook.com

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Agitation threat to save war criminals, Islamists'

Honorable Prime Minister President of Bangladesh Awami League Sheikh Hasina has said the opposition leader Khaleda Zia was threatening anti-government agitation to save the war criminals and Islamist militants.

She also said the BNP chief is throwing program’s to protect ill-gotten assets and the corrupt.

BNP is the unparalleled champion when it comes to backing corruption, terrorism and militancy, Hasina said at a program on Monday in the capital's Osmani Memorial Auditorium organized by Awami League to observe the historical 'Six-Point Day'.

"When we have started procedures of war crimes trial and launching drives against the militants, she (Khaleda) has also started declaring movement programs," the prime minister said.

She criticized Khaleda's husband and former president General Ziaur Rhaman for siding with the collaborators of the Pakistan army.

"The war crimes trial process had started, 10,000 criminals were being tried, (former Jamaat-e-Islmai chief) Ghulam Azam was stripped of his Bangladesh citizenship. Ziaur Rahman, however, stopped everything after assuming power.

"He had freed those who were behind bars and reinstated them into politics by creating a new political party," said Hasina, alluding to BNP's formation.

Zia had betrayed three million martyrs, she said.

The ruling party chief also slated Zia for killing hundreds of army officials, starting with the very people who had helped him to hold onto power.

Awami League advisory council member Suranjit Sengupta, also present on the occasion, urged the opposition chief to join the budget session of the parliament.

Not on the street, they need to join parliament if they want to talk on the budget, she added.

Alives Top Razakars and the Islamic terrorists

Alives Top Razakars and the Islamic terrorists
the nation want trial the killers of 1971

The same old wine in a new bottle

Shahriar Kabir

It has been 227 days (as of today, 26 August 2007) since the caretaker government headed by Dr. Fakhruddin Ahmed took over (on 11 January 2007). Contrary to the Constitutional obligation of holding elections in 90 days, it will remain in power for more than 700 days by the end of 2008, when the general elections are scheduled to be held as they say till now. What a mockery of the Constitution and the people! Nowhere in the country’s Constitution is a mention made of such an unprecedented form of government. Notwithstanding, such a prominent Constitutional expert as Dr. Kamal Hossain has enlightened us that it is a Constitutional government since it enjoys public support, and our Constitution mentions the sovereign power of the people (something which Jamat-e-Islami and its fundamentalist allies have never recognized). Since it assumed power, the government has been referred to as ‘armybacked caretaker government’ as opposed to Dr. Hossain et al’s conception of the incumbent government. If one is to go by their reasoning, s/he will have to treat the army and the people as being synonymous. However, the majority does not think so, particularly against the backdrop of the unfortunate events that took place on 20-22 August. There’s no denying the fact that the majority of the country’s population supported the incumbent government when it assumed power at a critical juncture, thereby saving the country from an imminent catastrophe. Its sail to power is attributable to the country-wide mass-upsurge the pro-liberation political parties and individuals of the country organized, demanding the cancellation of the 22 January farcical elections that were to be held under the Iajuddin-led caretaker government, which was subservient to the four-party alliance headed by Khaleda Zia and Motiur Rahman Nizami. After the assumption of power, the first and foremost responsibility of the incumbent government was to rescind the 22 August elections. Except for the four party alliance, all the democratic forces deemed its assumption of power as a success of their movement and built Himalayan expectations around it at that moment.

After coming to power, Dr. Fakhruddin Ahmed and General Moeen U Ahmed expressed the conviction that they believe in the spirit of the liberation war and want to document its true history, try the war criminals, officially recognize Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman as father of the nation, fight against terrorism and corruption, and ensure the independence of the judiciary and media, thereby earning accolades from home and abroad. However, if what happened in the last seven and half months is anything to go by, one discovers with chagrin that no initiatives have been taken to implement most of the pledged programmes, and a handful of programmes that are being implemented are of a dubious nature. Despite having more than a hundred central and district leaders and thousands of activists of both BNP and Awami League arrested on charges of terrorism and corruption, the government has not laid a hand on any top leaders of Jamat-e-Islami yet. The top notches of the administration are


Literally sweating day in and day out to prove that Jamat is the only corruption-free political party of the country, let alone nab its leaders. The incumbent government is not half as concerned about the incidents of terrorism and corruption in the recent past as those of a decade ago. The four-party coalition government, for understandable reasons, concealed the incidents of the seizure of ten truckloads of lethal arms and ammunitions in Chittagong. The incumbent government is, for arcane reasons, following in the footsteps of its predecessor. Those responsible for the routine assaults on religious minorities, and the arrest and persecution and killing of secular democratic forces and freethinking intellectuals during the tenure of the coalition government have, none of them, been put to the dock yet. Besides, the unthinkable price hike, severe deterioration of law and order as well as human rights situation, failure to face the floods, power and fertilizer crisis, and the process of shutting down mills and factories thereby turning workers into vagabonds have made a huge dent on the popularity of this government.

The 20-22 August skirmishes between law enforcing agencies and general students and common people, mayhems on the streets and destruction of public and private properties attest to this fact. Like the past military and fascist regimes, the incumbent government has chosen to tread the same old path of mass-persecution rather than seeking to find out the reasons behind the mass agitations and grievances that are indeed attributable to their failure. As in the past, an Indian conspiracy and a homegrown plot to harm the image of the government and the country have been smelled in the recent anti-government agitations. Known for their devotion to secularism and democracy, five distinguished academics from the University of Dhaka and the University of Rajshahi have been held responsible for the 20-22 August incidents. Four of them were arrested at midnight on 22 August without being shown any warrants of arrest. Joint forces told them that they would talk to them for some time and took them to unknown places,

Where they interrogated them for 30 to 40 hours without producing them to the court.

A couple of days later, on 25 August, they were produced before the court and taken

on remand for four to ten days. Horrifying stories were published in some newspapers,

quoting intelligence sources, about the five arrested academics and some other distinguished colleagues of theirs conspiring against the government. The government’s list of persons responsible for the ‘plot’ to dethrone it includes my friend Professor Muntasir Mamoon. According to government-sponsored news reports, the plot was designed in the Indian High Commission in Dhaka a month ago and billions of taka was spent to cause the student community to stand against the army. More than ten thousand people have been made accused and over a hundred cases have been filed against the fictional conspirators in various police stations.

Anyone may now be arrested and shown on the list of ten thousand. I remember a Persian proverb that I read in a write-up of illustrious writer Syed Mujtaba Ali. To translate it literally, ‘If you’re eating pilau (a dish made of rice boiled in soup with spices) in your dreams, why exercise austerity in putting ghee (kind of butter)?’ At the news of accusing over ten thousand people in the 20-22 August


incidents, I feel like saying, ‘Why accuse ten thousand only? Why not 150 million and

turn the whole country into a virtual prison?’

During the tenure of the fundamentalists-war criminals-infested four-party coalition government, whenever a bomb attack was launched (invariably by pro-Jamat militant fundamentalists) or an agitation was staged against the government, the latter instantly blamed it on Awami League or India without even initiating a probe. In November 2001, I was arrested for my writings and my initiative to produce a film on the government-sponsored persecution of minorities. The intelligence department got pro-government newspapers to publish hair-raising stories about how I, in collusion with Indian intelligence, had sought to taint the image of the coalition government. It has been six years ever since, and yet they have not been able to issue a charge sheet against me in the court. And investigation is still going on! Exactly one year later, notorious militant Mufti Hannan and his other Harkatul Jihad abettors launched a deadly bomb attack on three cinema halls in Mymensingh. However, the Khaleda- Nizami coalition government, as usual, instantly blamed it on Awami League and India even without initiating a probe, and got a dozen Awami League leaders as well as Professor Muntasir Mamoon and me arrested. I gave the court a detailed account of how Professor Mamoon and I were tortured during interrogation so that we would issue a statement linking Awami League and India to the attack. As regards Professor Mamoon, the police report in the Mymensingh bombing case said, ‘The accused is a terrorist of a deadly nature, and if he is set free, he will perpetrate more such attacks and intimidate the witnesses.’ During the proceedings of his bail case, the High Court asked the public prosecutor if anyone had ever seen Professor Mamoon roaming the streets or the Dhaka University campus brandishing a pistol or a bomb. It goes without saying that the answer was in the negative. Afterwards, the honourable judge said to the public prosecutor, ‘When bombs were blasted in Mymensingh, Professor Mamoon was in Dhaka. Is there such a powerful remote whereby someone staying in Dhaka can hurl a bomb as far away as in

Mymensingh?’ The public prosecutor had no answer. Having censured the government for filing a false case against Professor Mamoon, the judge dismissed the case. As they failed to implicate Professor Mamoon, they did not file a case against me on the same charge. Later, they brought sedition charges against me for my interview with BBC Channel 4’s journalists. As the allegation was proved false, the case was dismissed a couple of months ago. However deliberate, false and conspiratorial such cases may be, people like Professor Mamoon and me have been arrested time and again, subjected to inhuman harassments on remand, and made to serve prison terms for months on end. That is how the Khaleda-Nizami coalition government would spite anti-fundamentalist liberal writers, journalists and academics. We could survive it all. However, secular humanists like Professor Humayun Azad and journalist Manik Saha had to quench the coalition government’s thirst for blood by laying down their lives.

We watched the 20-22 August incidents on television and read about them in the newspaper. I am an eyewitness of what happened on the street in front of Titumir.


College on 22 August. The way employees from roadside shops and garments workers

from Mohakhali area came out on the street in support of the aggrieved student community is unprecedented. On that day, I heard angry passers-by making comments

Mainly about the galloping price hike. I wonder in spite of finding core reasons of people’s grievance our intelligence agencies are discovering conspiracy of India and secular intellectuals as we observed during Pakistan days.

Finance Minister of the coalition government led by Khaleda-Nizami, M Saifur Rahman, would not even understand monga (kind of famine). Similarly advisers of the incumbent government do not know how price hikes affect people’s lives. Rather, they claim that the prices of essentials are lower in our country than in any other countries of the world. Are the advisers aware of the fact that half a day’s wage of a labourer in Europe or America is higher than a full month’s salary of a labourer in Bangladesh? Since coming to power, this government has continued evicting hawkers and slum-dwellers, and shut down mills and factories, thereby turning workers into vagrants.

The government ought to realize that it cannot escape public wrath by inventing an Indian-sponsored anti-government plot in the face of common people’s grievances.

This is how the Khaleda-Nizami coalition government and all other Pakistan-loving governments of Bangladesh invented an Indian link to the people’s movements in the past. Tofazzal Hossain Manik Mia, the then editor of The Daily Ittefaq and father of the garrulous adviser Barrister Moinul Hossain, was a prominent journalist of the country. In his columns, he would often write one of his favourite clichés – ‘That same old tradition is still going on!’ Despotic rulers could never really fool people with the help of such eerie stories in the past. Only the policy makers of the government and their sycophants can say why the same old mistakes are repeated. From 1948 to 1971 the Pakistani rulers sought to foil any kind of anti-government agitations in Bangladesh by raising the bogey of Indian links, and since the birth of Bangladesh in 1971, successive pro-Pakistan governments have only followed in their footsteps. On 23 August, I saw on BBC a native of the old part of Dhaka ventilating his frustrations, ‘We aren’t a bunch of fools’. If only the government could realize this fact! Bangladesh is neither Burma nor Pakistan. The people of this land liberated the country by fighting a bloody war and sacrificed three million lives for secular democracy. They should not be treated as a ‘bunch of fools’.

26 August 2007

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

১৫ ই আগষ্টের উৎকট জন্মদিন-বিএনপির এমপির প্রতিবাদ : বিএনপির সমস্ত নেতাকর্মীকে বলছি

by Mokthel Hossain Mukthi on Sunday, August 15, 2010 at 1:32am

Khaleda's birthday to be observed on Aug 15 Posted on 13. Aug, 2010 by priyo.news in Politics The birthday of BNP Chairperson and Opposition leader in the Parliament Begum Khaleda Zia will be observed on August 15, which day is also the National Mourning Day. Leaders and workers of the party across the country will hold different programmes in observance of the day, said Press Secretary of BNP Chairperson Maruf Kamal Sohel. When asked him that Awami League Joint Secretary General Mahbubul Alam Hanif and former BNP MP Akhteruzzaman urged Khaleda Zia not to observe birthday on Aug 15, Sohel told The New Nation that Hanif's call is illogical and Akhtaruzzaman is nobody of BNP now. He said, "It is no matter who said what about the birthday of Khaleda Zia. The programme scheduled of her birthday will not be fixed as per the speech who what said." According to the party sources, BNP has not taken any programme to celebrate its Chairperson's birthday till now. But it will take programme on the occasion and the birthday will be celebrated by organising different programmes. It may be mentioned, Mahbubul Alam Hanif at a human chain in the capital organised by lawmakers of Mahila Awami League urged Khaleda Zia not to celebrate her birthday on Aug 15 saying Khaleda's birthday on the day is replica. On the other hand, urging not to celebrate the birthday on the day, Akhtar, who was expelled several times from the party, in a statement said such celebration is 'discourteous and indecent'. He warned his former chief that she would be held responsible for any unpleasant incident that may arise from the celebration.  

১৫ ই আগষ্টের উৎকট জন্মদিন-বিএনপির এমপির প্রতিবাদ : বিএনপির সমস্ত নেতাকর্মীকে বলছি
লিখেছেন : হাবিব ১৪ অগাষ্ট (শনিবার),
২০১০ ১০:০৬ অপরাহ্ন ১৫ ই আগষ্ট বংগবন্ধু শেখ মুজিবের হত্যা দিবস - বাদ দিলাম শেখ এর কথা-- বাদ দিলাম । ১৫ ই আগষ্ট শেখ এর সাথে তার পুরো পরিবারকে হত্যা করা হয় । রেহাই দেওয়া হয়নি ৭ বছরের শিশু রাসেল কে ও । মাঝরাতে প্রচন্ড গুলির শব্দে ঘুম ভেংগে একটা শিশু দেখল চারিদিকে গুলি হচ্ছে । রামু কাকার সাথে বাথরূমে পালিয়ে ছিল একসময় । এই লুকিয়ে থাকার সময় শিশুটি তার ভাই , ভাবী , মা , বাবা কে হত্যার শব্দ শোনে । কেমন হতে পারে এই অনুভুতি ? কেমন হতে পারে এই ঘটনা আপনার কাছে ? কেমন হতে পারে এই ঘটনা একজন মায়ের কাছে ? ঐ দিবসে একটা ভূয়া জন্মদিন পালন ঐ ঘটনাকে সেলিব্রেট করার একটা কায়দা । একজন মা কিভাবে পারে এই কাজ ?? তবে কি খালেদা জিয়া মা না ? একজন বেশ্যা কি এই কাজ করতে পারবে তার শত্রুর সাথে ? কতটা নিক্রিষ্ট হলে এই কাজ করে ? আপনাদের নেত্রী এই কাজ করে যাচ্ছে এখনও....... ধরে নিলাম শেখ খারাপ । তাই তাকে হত্যা ছারা কোন উপায় ছিলনা । বাংলাদেশকে বাচাতে হলে শেখ হত্যার কোন বিকল্প ছিলনা । তার যেন কোন উত্তরসূরী না থাকে তাই তার পরিবারকেও হত্যা করা হল । মাঝরাতে গর্ভবতী মহিলাকে ব্রাশ ফায়ার করা হল । এই সমুদয় মহৎকাজের গর্জনে বাচ্চাটা ভয়ে চিৎকার করতে লাগল যখন রামুকে গুলি করে রাসেল কে বাথরূম থেকে বার করা হল । ভয়ে আতন্কে চিৎকার করে বলল - আমি মার কাছে যাব , আমি মার কাছে যাব । পানি খাব পানি...... মহৎ ব্যাক্তিরা তখন তাকে পানি খাওয়াবে আর মায়ের কাছে নেবে বলে ৭ বছরের বাচ্চাকে ব্রাশ ফায়ার করল । মহাবীরেরা বাচ্চাটাকে অ্যাম্বুশ করার আগে এক গ্লাশ পানিও দেয় নাই । .... যখন পানি খান বা পান করেন মনে কইরেন এই কথা ....... আপনাদের কথা বাদ দিলাম , আপনাদের নেত্রী কি পানি খায় , না বাচ্চা শিশুর রক্ত গ্লাসে গ্লাসে পান করে ??? বিবেকের কাছে প্রশ্ন করেন । যদি শোধ - প্রতিশোধ কেউ নিতে চায় ১৫ ই আগষ্টের - কিভাবে তা নেওয়া উচিৎ...... কিভাবে কিভাবে কিভাবে ??????আপনার বুকে হাত রাখেন । আপনার মায়ের মুখ মনে করেন , বাপের মুখ মনে করেন - ভাবেনতো আপনি একজন গোরা বিএনপি ও যদি হন -- পারবেন এই কাজ করতে ? এর পর শেখ এর আরেক আত্মীয়ের বাড়ীতে আক্রমন । গর্ভবতী মহিলাকে গুলি করার পর তার পেটের বাচ্চাও যেন জীবিত না থাকে তাই ফজলে নূর তাপসের মায়ের পেটে ক্রস করে ২ টা পোচ দেয়া হয় । গর্ভের বাচ্চার ম্রিত্যু নিশ্চিত করার জন্য । মহাবীর ! ইতিহাসের মহাবীরেরা মাঝরাতে ঘুমন্তাবস্হায় নিরীহ নারী শিশু হত্যা করে দেশোদ্ধার করে এইভাবে ......... আর আপনি বা আপনারা এই ঘটনাকে বাহবা দেন। মাঝে মাঝে বলে উঠেন - " পচাত্তরের হাতিয়ার , গর্জে উঠুক আরেকবার । " আপনারা মাঝরাতে/ শেষরাতে ঘুমন্তাবস্হায় নিরীহ নারী শিশু হত্যাকারী মহাবীরের উত্তরাধীকারি..... এই ঘটনার একটা সেলিব্রশন হল ১৫ ই আগষ্টের জন্মদিন পালন । প্রকাশ্যে পালন । ঘটা করে পালন । ১৫ ই আগষ্টে জন্মদিন না হওয়া সত্বেও ৭৫ এর পর থেকে তা পালন । আমরা কি মানুষ না যেখানে বাস করি তা কোন দেশ ??? ভেবে বলেন তো । বিবেক কে প্রশ্ন করেন আপনার ও বাচ্চা আছে নতুবা হবে । ভাবেন , ভাবেন একবার ভাবেন । ১ বার হলেও ভাবেন । একদিন দুইদিন তিনদিন করে কতবছর এই নির্যাতন করে যাচ্ছেন আপনি , আপনার রাজনৈতিক আদর্শের নায়কেরা , আপনার নেত্রী এবং আপনারা...........থামবেন ? থামাবেন আপনার নায়কদের , আপনার আপোষহীনাকে - আপনাদের কে ?? ফর ইউর কাইন্ড ইনফরমেশন আমাদের ধৈর্যের বাধ ভেংগে গেছে এই নির্যাতন সইতে সইতে । গ্লাসে গ্লাশে বছর বছর শেখের রক্তপান দেখতে দেখতে আমাদের চোখে এখন আগুন ঝরছে । থামবেন নাকি থামবেন না ??? যদি এই নারকীয় ন্রিত্য খালেদা বন্ধ না করে তবে প্রথম এবং প্রধান কথা হবে – " সে নো টু জিয়া ফ্যামিলি ইনন বাংলাদেশ অ্যান্ড পলিটিক্স " এ দেশ ছারবি কিনা বল // নইলে কিলের চোটে হাড় করিব জল আর কোন প্রকার কোন ঘটনা বা দূর্ঘটনার দায় কিন্তু আপনারা এরাতে পারবেন না । দেখেন নীচে আপনাদের এমপি নিজেই এর প্রতিবাদ করছে । এই নির্যাতন বন্ধ করেন - আমরা শান্তি চাই , সুস্হ রাজনিতী করতে চাই ।

How many birth dates do you have? Obviously (except our ex PM Khaleda Zia) everyone will answer one (1). Our ex PM Khaleda Zia has a lot of birth dates. Because she loves to hear “Happy Birthday to You”, she loves to use it in politics. Her birthday stuffs are really funny to the people of Bangladesh. I want to share one of the few write ups that I got on the web while surfing internet: 
Khaleda Zia was born to Iskandar Majumder and Taiyaba Majumder at Dinajpur District on the 15th August, 1945 (the other dates of birth Khaleda Zia used in the past were August 5, 1944 – Marriage certificate; September 5, 1946 – transcript; August 19, 1947 – record of prime ministerial oath; August 15, 1947 – press secretary; August 15, 1946 application form – electoral candidacy. She started celebrating 15th August as her birthday after she lost power to Sheikh Hasina in 1996 election. The critics say she deliberately chose this date just to hurt her opponent since it is a great day of mourning for Hasina when most of her family members were brutally murdered by some members of Bangladesh Army). Source: http://www.answers.com/topic/khaleda-ziaSee related news: 
In this regard, I retrospect a movie that I watched few months back where the hero could get himself back to the past and change the bad history of his life. I suspect if the producer of that film got such idea from incidents of Bangladesh:) 

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Agitation threat to save war criminals, Islamists'

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said the opposition leader Khaleda Zia was threatening anti-government agitation to save the war criminals and Islamist militants. She also said the BNP chief is throwing program’s to protect ill-gotten assets and the corrupt.BNP is the unparalleled champion when it comes to backing corruption, terrorism and militancy, Hasina said at a program on Monday in the capital's Osmani Memorial Auditorium organized by Awami League to observe the historical 'Six-Point Day'.

"When we have started procedures of war crimes trial and launching drives against the militants, she (Khaleda) has also started declaring movement programs," the prime minister said. She criticized Khaleda's husband and former president General Ziaur Rhaman for siding with the collaborators of the Pakistan army. "The war crimes trial process had started, 10,000 criminals were being tried, (former Jamaat-e-Islmai chief) Ghulam Azam was stripped of his Bangladesh citizenship. Ziaur Rahman, however, stopped everything after assuming power. "He had freed those who were behind bars and reinstated them into politics by creating a new political party," said Hasina, alluding to BNP's formation.

Zia had betrayed three million martyrs, she said. The ruling party chief also slated Zia for killing hundreds of army officials, starting with the very people who had helped him to hold onto power.
Awami League advisory council member Suranjit Sengupta, also present on the occasion, urged the opposition chief to join the budget session of the parliament. Not on the street, they need to join parliament if they want to talk on the budget, he added.