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Tuesday, February 5, 2013

The paramilitary forces have been deployed in Dhaka

Where are we heading?

By Anwar Hossain; It was six years ago. I have written a post "where are we heading" and just after six years, again i am writing the same! Yes, last couple of days Bangladesh Jamayati Islami is making chaos inside the country. The reason behind this chaos is they want to stop the War Crimes Tribunal's activities. 

Recently, 2 of their leaders were convicted for their deed in 1971. When the International Crime Tribunal (ICT) declared the verdict they become ferocious!

Calling strikes (Hartal) irresponsibly, by doing vandalism and subversive activities this party wants to stop the Tribunal's (ICT) activities.

It is known to every one that this political party (Bangladesh Jamayate Islami) is widely accused for its war crimes during the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971.      

The Daily Star reports that the government Tuesday evening deployed personnel of Border Guard Bangladesh in the capital to avert any subversive activities over the verdict of Jamaat leader Abdul Quader Mollah.
The paramilitary forces have been deployed at different strategic points of the city around 9:05pm, Mohsin Reza, public relations officer of BGB, told The Daily Star.
He said the home ministry earlier in the day sent an order to the BGB in this regard.
Earlier in the day, International Crimes Tribunal-2 sentenced Mollah to life term imprisonment.
Sources at the BGB said primarily the paramilitary forces will be deployed in Bangladesh Secretariat, International Crimes Tribunal, Shahbagh and Moghbazar areas.
A highly-placed official of the BGB told The Daily Star the deployment is being done a limited scale, but the forces remain ready for deployment in bigger scale.

3 comments:

  1. "Calling strikes (Hartal) irresponsibly, by doing vandalism and subversive activities this party wants to stop the Tribunal's (ICT) activities."

    what do you mean? Do you think for calling strikes in a country any political Party need to be responsible in Bangladesh?

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  2. Yes i think they need to be responsible for calling this type of strike but they dont take that responsibility or they dont feel like that. That's why we are lacking behind....

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  3. Nothing new in this country! Jahirul

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