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    Ex-Prime Minister threaten to Kill in Bangladesh!

     

    Those of you yet not aware about Bangladesh Situation please go through my earlier report on current escalation and continuous mass killing by government.

     

    [Govt. against its own people: Civil war started in Bangladesh? http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-934892 ]

     

    February 28th, 2012 Bangladesh witnessed a horrible mass killing in its history. Human Rights Watch mentioned 40 killed, Bangladesh Media reported 60 to 70 people lost their life but in reality it could be more than 100.

    [To see police brutality watch:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kf8YwJEzvmM 
    Where police shot to death an opposition activist in their cool Head)

    According to Human Rights Watch “The police in Dhaka and other places used live ammunition against protesters. Media reports suggest that most deaths were at the hands of police, but supporters of the ruling Awami League party have also engaged in vandalism and violence”

     

    Current escalation

     

    The war crimes tribunal has convicted three Jamaat leaders in connection with the war, and other cases are under way, including some against defendants not affiliated with the party.

     

    Mr. Sayedee, 73, is a well-known religious speaker with a bright red beard who became a member of the Bangladeshi Parliament after the war. Prosecutors accused him of involvement in looting and burning villages, raping women and forcing members of religious minorities to convert to Islam during the war.

     

    His defense lawyer, Abdur Razzaq, scoffed at the court’s verdict and accused the authorities of deliberately prejudicing the trial and preventing an important witness from testifying.

     

    “This is unfortunate, and this is unexpected,” Mr. Razzaq said of the verdict and sentence in a telephone interview. “This is a perverse judgment. It is inconceivable that a court of law awarded him a conviction. This prosecution was for a political purpose. (Report from New York Times, 28th feb)

     

    Opposition prime threaten to Death

     

    Begum Khaleda Zia, the opposition Leader of Parliament, 2 times prime minister of country commented police brutality as Genocide against general people. Today the official page of pro Government protest in Shahbag (Prajanma Chattar) publicly threatened in their Face book page to kill Khaleda Zia for her Comments (RTNN). This announcement raises tensions among youths and might escalates new violation.

     

    The Prajanma Chattar(youth square) is full of foul mouth, spreading hatred and threatening opposition leaders from their sites. Here is an example I share with you as an Image where Mrs Khaledia has given death threat and sexually offensive remarks. Not only that, if you follow the offensive comments of supporter of Prajanma Chattar, you will come up with first question “are this young’s represent Bangladesh youth”? You might be wondering if such, where is the country’s future belongs? Sorry, I myself don’t know the answer, am completely speechless.

     

    Notes

     

    See; HRW statements; Bangladesh: End Violence Over War Crimes Trials http://www.hrw.org/news/2013/03/01/bangladesh-end-violence-over-war-crimes-trials

     

    Islamist’s Death Sentence Sets off Riots in Bangladesh
    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/01/world/asia/islamic-leader-sentenced-to-death-in-bangladesh.html?smid=tw-share&_r=2&

     

    RTNN news source: http://www.rtnn.net//newsdetail/detail/1/1/59651#.UTIITqLBp4Q

     

    Projonmo Chattor Official Page: http://www.facebook.com/PrajanmaChattar

     

    The offensive comments immediately remove but cache copy can be traced out from following link
    http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:http://www.facebook.com/PrajanmaChattar/posts/502476876476063

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