Monday, November 9, 2009

Resist plots against govt steps: Badsha

Lawmaker Fazle Hossain Badsha yesterday called on all to resist conspiracies against the government steps to restore the constitution of 1972 as well as to start the trial of war criminals.

He said the government steps are underway for reestablishing the four basic principles of the constitution of 1972 as Bangladesh's birth was based on the ideals.

Badsha, also a politburo member of Workers' Party of Bangladesh, said as per its election pledge, the government is also going to try the war criminals as trial is the only way to console the souls of 30 lakh martyrs of the liberation war and innumerable families who were victimised during the war.

"But the anti-liberation forces of BNP-Jamaat, who were in power for a maximum period since the independence through killings and conspiracies, are still hatching deep-rooted plots to destabilise the process of peace and humanity since their defeat in the December 29 elections."

"Although the Awami League (AL)-led grand alliance is now in power, our struggle against the communal and autocratic forces of BNP-Jamaat must not end. We must struggle until the government succeeds in implementing its promises to the countrymen."

The lawmaker was addressing as the chief guest at the daylong workers' conference of Rajshahi district and city units of Workers' Party at Rajshahi Bhubon Mohon Park.

Badsha asked his party men to support the struggle of the poor and labourers for implementing the ideals of the liberation war and the economic freedom for which the country was liberated.

Leaders of different political parties, including AL, CPB and NAP, Shafikur Rahman Badsha, Abul Kalam Azad, Enamul Haque, Mosarraf Hossain Akhunji, Mostafizur Rahman Khan Alam and Kolpona Roy also spoke at the conference.

Liakat Ali Liku, Rajshahi city unit general secretary of Workers' Party, preside over the programme which was coordinated by district general secretary Rafikul Islam Piarul.

The speakers called on the government to impose a ban on Jamaat-Shibir's religion-based communal politics.

They demanded immediate execution of the verdict on Bangabandhu murder case and punishment to the killers of four national leaders.

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