Early yesterday evening (Feb. 17/2013), hundreds of Bangladeshi diaspora in Sweden went to street demanding capital punishment and speedy trial for those alleged war criminals who killed, tortured, raped approximately between 200 thousand- 3 million people during the sectarian violence which started on March 25/1971. The protesters who wore red & green (national flag) carrying pictures depict victims and alleged genocide killers of the 1971 and various placards which urge the alleged war criminals who live at home and abroad (US, EU, Pakistan) to be brought to justice and face nothing but death penalty for their atrocious crimes. Most of the demonstrators fled their country due to the war and are now settled in Sweden with their second and third generation. According to Wikipedia, Time reported a high ranking U.S. official as saying "It is the most incredible, calculated thing since the days of the Nazis in Poland." Along with the members of Pakistan Army, Bengali Collaborators indulged in massacres, killings and systematic cleansing of political dissidents and the members of the liberation forces of Bangladesh.
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