Sunday, May 17, 2009

Trial Of War Criminals: Start process without further delay

Published On: 2009-05-10
The government must hold the trial of war criminals as the anti-liberation forces are still active hatching conspiracy against the country.

This was stated by Shahriar Kabir, president of Ekatturer Ghatak Dalal Nirmul Committee, a forum for Secular Bangladesh and Trial of War Criminals, in Chapainawabganj yesterday.

"Evaluate sincerity, skill and pro-liberation ideology over the political identity while engaging lawyers and investigators for the trial which should begin without any delay," he urged the government.

"If the trial is delayed, the conspiracies will be uncontrollable," he cautioned.

Shahriar was addressing a public meeting at Bir Shrestha Capt Mohiuddin Jahangir Mancha in Chapainawabganj town demanding speedy trial of war criminals.

He said the present government has come to power promising the trial of war criminals, so it has no scope to avoid it.

Shahriar called upon people to boycott Jamaat-e-Islami and the institutions run by the party.

He also urged people to help government by providing information and evidences against the war criminals.

Elderly freedom fighter Lal Mohammad Lalu presided over the meeting where Abdul Wadud Biswas, local lawmaker, was present as chief guest.

General Secretary of Nirmul Committee Chapainawabganj unit Kazi Mamun, lawyer and member of Nagorik Commission for trying war criminals Ziad Al Malum, Convener of Chapainawabganj unit Rofik Hasan Bablu, and Rajshahi committee leader Quamruzzaman also addressed the meeting.

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