District Awami League president Mujibur Rahman Majnu said in a discussion meeting on Jail Killing Day in Bogra, Jail killing is the highest human rights violation in the history of the world. Today this day is the day of historical shame not only for Bangladesh but for the whole world. No one in prison has been killed anywhere in the world. The defeated forces of 71 brutally killed Bangabandhu and his family members on 15 August. Later the four national leaders were also killed by the defeated forces.
He also said that such a terrible event as November 3 has rarely happened in the history of the world. Today, different countries talk about human rights on us, but no one even thinks that the most human rights violations in the world took place on this day. War crimes have been prosecuted under the Human Rights Violation Act in the country. But on November 3 the murderers were tried at common law. They must be re-tried.
He said these things in the president’s speech at the discussion meeting organized by the district Awami League at 8:30 am on Friday morning at the city’s Temple Road party office.
General Secretary of District Jubo League Aminul Islam Dabul was the main speaker of the event and General Secretary of District Awami League and Member of Parliament of Bogra-6 Sadar Constituency Ragebul Ahsan Ripu spoke. District Awami leader, Abul Kalam Azad, Advocate Amanullah, Asadur Rahman Dulu, Sagar Kumar Roy, Advocate Zakir Hossain Nawab, Principal Shahadat Alam Jhunu, Anichuzzaman Mintu, Advocate Tabibur Rahman Tabi, Khalekuzzaman Raja, Masharafi Hero, Anwar Parvez Ruban also spoke in the meeting. , Tapan Chakraborty, Nasreen Rahman Seema, Ruhul Momin Tariq, Sherin Anwar Georges, Shamchul Alam Joy, Abu Salim, MA Baset, Kamrul Huda Ujjal, Mahbooba Nasreen Rupa, Alamgir Swapan, Gautam Kumar Das, Shubashish Poddar Liton, VP Sajedur Rahman Saheen. , Zulfiqar Rahman Shanto, Sabiha Sabrina Pinki, Abdus Salam, Kamrul Morshed Apple, Alamgir Badsha, Manjurul Haque Manju, Nuruzzaman Sohail, Rashekuzzaman Rajan, Sajeev Saha etc. Earlier, the national, party and black flags were lowered to half-mast at the party office at 8 am. After that, the activists offered floral tributes to the portraits of the four national leaders including Bangabandhu. BD Daily/AM