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Bangladesh politics takes an abrupt turn September 12, 2008

Posted by bdoza in BANGLADESH, GOVERNANCE, POLITICS.
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Khaleda Zia has been released as was earlier announced by an adviser. Thousands of people waited outside the subjail to receive her, she then gone to BSMMU to see her son Tarek Zia in ailing bed in the hospital, thousands of people also flocked there. From there she went to the Ziaur Rahman Mazar where party leaders were waiting including her confident comrade Delwar Hussain. But no pro-reform leaders were seen in the gathering. Then in a press conference she declared that BNP will participate in the election and the dialogue. She also declared that Tareq Zia will go out for treatment, he is releived of his party post of Senior Joint General Secretary and will remain away from politics for atleast three years.

AL president Hasina is already out of jail on parole more than a month back. Abdul Jalil, who has come back from abroad after treatment and his parole has been extended, declared that he is the General Secretary
of AL and demanded the unconditional release of Hasina from all cases.

Hussain Zillur Rahman, spokesman of and adviser to the caretaker government said that they will make the two leaders to sit together to discuss the issues relating to overcoming the difficulties in democracy.

One may genuinely ask if this the end scene of the two years of regime of the caretaker government, then why this waiting for long 2 years?

An ordinary citizen

Post Script:
Observations on the political turn-
‘Is the flame out’-Abul Momen, Columnist [PA]
‘From arrest hike to release hike’ – ABM Musa, Senior Journalist [PA]
What really happened Part -II -Rumi Ahmed in his blog ‘In the middle of nowhere’[…]

Comments»

1. my-planet.us - September 13, 2008

[…] Bangladesh politics takes an abrupt turnKhaleda Zia has been released from jail as was earlier announced by an adviser. Thousands of people waited outside the subjail to receive her, she then gone to BSMMU to see her son Tarek Zia in ailing bed in the hospital, thousands of … […]

2. Poisoned again - September 23, 2008

Hai Re Bangladesh, How unlucky you are, once again you are going back to the old times of Corrupt hell ! Hai re, Those martyrs of 71, Please dont forgive these people who are nesting the corrupt people and letting Bangladesh sink into future jeopardy.


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