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'BNP-Jamaat stands for protecting war criminals, Rezakers'
DHAKA, Dec 13 (BSS) -Speakers at a discussion today said BNP in connivance with Jamaat is plotting to protect those who were responsible for slaughtering, rape, arson and looting during the War of Liberation.

They have taken side of war criminals aiming to foil the on- going trial of the perpetrators of crimes against humanity, they said while speaking at a discussion at Institute of Diploma Engineers in the city.

Bangabandhu Society organized the discussion marking the 'Victory Day' with its general secretary Dr S A Malek in the chair.

"We must forge unity against war criminals and Rezakers right now," said State Minister for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Architect Yafes Osman at the discussion.

The minister, in his chief guest's speech, was very critical of the opposition leader saying; "BNP chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia doesn't see anything wrong in her eyes. She meantime honoured Nizami-Mujahid as a patriot."

It has become clear now that we must fight against Rezakars,
he added.

S A Malek said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is working
round- the-clock to fulfill dream of the Father of the Nation
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in building a Sonar Bangla
which would be free from all sorts of repressions, fundamentalist
and fanatic forces.

Secretary General of Bangladesh Federal Union of Journalist
(BFUJ) Abdul Jalil Bhuiyan said defeated forces of liberation war
are still active in Bangladesh to foil the war crimes trial
process in many ways.

Among others, Rajshahi University Vice-Chancellor (VC) Dr
Abdus Sobhan, former VC of Chittagong University Prof Abdul
Mannan, Dhaka University Teachers' Association leader Dr
Akhtaruzzaman, Poet Moahdeb Saha, Mahabub Uddin, Bir Bikram, and
Journalist Matiur Rahman Latu took part in the discussion.
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