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JSD Rab blames AL for paving way of Bangabandhu killing


Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal (Rab) yesterday claimed that it was Awami League that had paved the ground for killing of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
“The party of those are now blaming JSD for preparing ground for killing of Bangabandhu was responsible for the gruesome murder,” said JSD president ASM Abdur Rab at après conference at Dhaka Reporters Unity.His comments came few days after a debate erupted between AL and JSD (Inu) leaders accusing the JSD and other left forces of creating the ground for killing of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on August 15 in 1975.
Rab, who had virtually gone into a deep silence for the past few months, further said leaders of their party had also formed government led by killer Mostaque after the killing of Bangabandhu.
“Only the JSD had demanded hanging of Khadaker Moshtque Ahmed,” he said.
He said the JSD believes in changing power through democratic means not through killing any leader.
The JSD leader alleged that the law and order situation in the country has been deteriorated alarmingly and rule of law has broken.
“The government is providing background for turning the country into a militant state by stopping democratic practices,” he alleged.
Rab questioned as to who had suggested Bangabandhu to form a political government instead of Revolutionary National Government and form a Rakkhhi Bahini and who had created a distance between Tajudidn Ahmed and Bangabandhu.
He called upon AL to re-evaluate the reasons behind and mastermind of Bangabandhu killing with a deep inside.
JSD general secretary Abdul Malek Raton called upon the people to build a third political force amalgamating the forces out side the AL and BNP led two major political alliances.
Former lawmaker MA Gofran, Ataul Karim Faruk, Siraj Miah, Shahiduddin Mahmud Swapan and Abdul Khaleque, among others, were present at the press conference. – Staff Reporter


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