Violation of Mujib's democracy norms disprove loyalty to him

Violation of Mujib’s democracy norms disprove loyalty to him


Dhaka, March 18 – Jatiya Oikyafront chief and Ganaforum president Dr Kamal Hossain today observed that those who violate Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s directives on flawless democracy and election should be ‘ostracized.’
“Holding election in a free and fair manner is the demand of all and there is no debate on it… I think those cannot allow it have any loyalty to Bangabandhu. They are violating his directives. We all
should identify them and ostracize them,” he said.
The Oikyafront leader was speaking at a discussion meeting of Ganaforum at Supreme Court Bar Association auditorium to mark the 99th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
He called upon the people to get united to resist those violate Bangabandhu’s directives and to save the country.
“I think this task will be a positive one and I’m not saying to do anything negative…We want unity of 18 crore people of the country,” he added.
Dr Kamal mentioned that many people sacrificed their lives during the War of Liberation to protect the rights of the people and he raised a question whether there was a free and fair election in the country.
The people sacrificed their lives for the sake of flawless democracy, fundamental rights and establish rules of law. Bangabandhu also sacrificed his life. So, if we want to show respect to Bangabandhu, we
all have to take an oath to sacrifice us to discharge our responsibilities to maintain his directives so that we can enjoy complete democracy, he said.
Meanwhile, senior lawyer and Jatiya Party presidium member Mohsin Rashid joined Ganaforum by offering a floral bouquet to the party chief Dr Kamal Hossain.
Ganaforum leaders Mofizui Islam Khan Kamal, Subrata Chowdhury, Mostafa Mohsin Montu, Abu Syed, Reza Kibria, Mokabbir Khan, MP-elect and Joglul Haider Afrik among others, spoke on the occasion. Organising secretary Mostaque Ahmed conducted the meeting. – Staff Reporter


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