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October 28, 2006 – unresolved questions October 29, 2008

Posted by bdoza in BANGLADESH, GOVERNANCE, JUDICIARY, POLITICS.
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October 28, 2006 is one of blackest day in the history of Bangladesh. On this day political rivals clashes on the streets of the capital that led to the killing of 7 innocent young life. No one could imagine the death of any son of the soil in such ugliest form of political rivalry.

The rivalry spilled to the districts and rural areas of Bangladesh which actually reached to the climax with the removal of the immediate past caretaker government. 

The people expected that a thorough inquiry of the incident with such a political consequence would be inquired properly. But the Caretaker Government couldn’t progress much in the line of inquiry.

This government has initiated that many judicial issues in relation to corruption and beyond corruption but it miserably fails to inquire into an event which happened just immediately before their coming.

The ordinary citizen feels that the inquiry and judgment on the issue was necessary to understand the internal mechanism of the event, to identify the persons involved and to prevent the repetition of the the same event.

The ordinary citizen is also feeling worried seeing some of the signs which indicate the possibility of resurgence of the same instincts which may jeopardize again the political system of our country.

An ordinary citizen

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