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    Awami league just claimed to win just yesterday and you are propagating false information already. Once again exposed typical Awami League character of LIE and decit. Kamal Hossain brought the resolution for this amensty check the histoy.

    And to expose more of typical ignorance and lie, Zia did not repeal any act only allowed political rights. Political right that was suffocated by creating one party rule by Awami league.


    When Awami league comes to power war crime issue disappear but make crocc tears when they want to go to power. Why should people trust them this time around? By the way this you, who said no law is required to try someone for war crime. That is a tall order. If that is the precedence then I can make you or anyone who is old enough, a war criminal in a heart beat.

    Any criminal be that war or any other reason should be punished. But political exploitation and lawless demand without proof will make accuser even bigger criminal. Rather than being drunk in Awami high octane propagation have them proof the case in court. That is democratic and civilized way.


    Oh we are holding our breath .....


    Hope you know the meaning of rhetoric. When asked how Awami league would finance the plan for 10 taka/kg rice and free fertilizer, Hasina or any one from Awami league had no answer. By the way only two of these Awami league promises will cost 50000 cr taka or about $8 billion. Lets see what is your answer to financing???? Awami league deception at its best.


    I should repeat my answer - If you have not realized these broader issues then you are arguing from very shallow point. Besides, people did not vote to deceive , in case you have not come out of that trend.

    ACC is a institution .... pleaaase !!!! even Hasina would not agree because the way ACC tortured people to get signature in blank sheet of paper and then filed cases. Highest court of the nation dismissed most of ACC cooked up cases. And not to mention ACC chairman and his family members are involved in big ticket corruption.

    I am beginning laugh at your flimsy hype poor information
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    Tarek Zia owns Channel 1 not you tube.Look at the channel monogram.

    And last of all,since you have prejudice against AL,I think I should leave you alone.
    I am one of those swinging first time voters who voted for a change.BNP had their chance and failed miserably.We gave AL a chance and let's see how they fare.If they fail,we will kick them out in the next election in the same manner.
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    Alright,BNP-Jamat the so called pro-Islamic power had their time on the throne.What did they do???
    Do you know during their period BLUE FILMS were shown in Bangla movies??Why didn't they do anything???
    Go to Gulshan,Dhanmondi,Uttara after dark,and find out how the sons and daughters of these so called PRO-ISLAMIC forces lead their life.I know cause I live there.IS THAT WHAT ISLAM SAY??
    NOW DON'T GIVE THE EXCUSE OF RELIGION.Its only a show to earn people's sympathy.If you still don't get it,then its not my headache.


    And what did BNP-JAMAAT buy??F-7BG???How many missiles they bought??don't include C-802 because it was during caretaker Govt. period.
    Do you know large amount foreign currency comes to our country in this process??That is helping our coutry's growth.Don't you want your country to improve??
    As far as I know during BNP time BD Army was the maximum contributor of peacekeepers.If you want to blame someone for your stupid theory then blame BNP.
    I am totally surprised at your statement of terming BD army Mercenary.I suggest you go back and learn the meaning and come back.MERCENARIES does not protect a country.
    Yes we shall wait and see what happens.So preserve your precious comments for future.
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    Listen brother,the war criminals here are the Bengali collaborators who killed fellow Bangladeshis.And the demand for justice is not only by AL but by greater majority of people.Many non-political groups and students wants their punishment.

    About BD-PAK friendship,Sheikh Hasina just addressed the nation in a press conference and clearly stated her foreign policy."friendship to all and enemity to none."She proposed to create a SOUTH ASIAN TASK FORCE to counter terrorism in the SAARC countries,especially Pakistan,Bangladesh and India.

    Let's see what happens.
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    No findings of polls 'blueprint': Commonwealth




    Commonwealth observer group for Bangladesh parliamentary elections today said they did not find any evidence to justify BNP’s claim that Monday’s parliament election was held under a 'blueprint'.

    Head of the Commonwealth election observer group Cassam Uteem today came up with this view at a press conference at the Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel while giving an official statement on the ninth parliamentary elections.

    “We don’t have any evidence of election engineering. I believe that other national and international observers also did not find such evidence,” he said.

    Responding to a question, Uteem hoped that the opposition in the new parliament would play their democratic role for the welfare of the society with constructive criticism. “Our hope is that winner and losers will work together for the country,” he said.

    In the statement, chief of the observer team said the 29th December’s parliamentary elections have been of crucial importance for Bangladesh and an integral element in the on-going efforts to improve democratic governance in the country.

    “As a result of the elections, democratic life in the country can be resumed and the parliament re-constituted, nearly two years after the imposition of the state of emergency,” he added.

    The statement said the elections had been credible, meeting many of the key benchmarks for democratic elections, and represented a crucial step in the continuing effort to strengthen democracy and improve governance in the country.

    Uteem said: “It is a time for leaders on all sides to grasp this opportunity and display statesmanship, with political forces, whether they are a future government or opposition, working in a spirit of mutual respect and co-operation to address the challenges facing the country.”

    In their key findings, the Commonwealth observer team found that the elections in Bangladesh for the ninth parliament have been competitive and inclusive, with many of the basic rights and freedoms provided, once the state of emergency had been fully lifted.

    “We feel the intention and outcome have been to achieve as credible an election as possible in an extremely polarised political environment,” Uteem said.

    He said that the election has been credible and met many of the benchmarks for democratic elections to which Bangladesh has committed itself.

    He mentioned that the state of emergency did impact negatively on the environment in the build up to the election, limiting basic rights and freedoms, including the ability of parties and individuals to associate freely and placing limitations of freedom of expression.

    “During the campaign there were reports of some clashes between party activists, particularly in the build-up to election day, though thankfully these were of a limited and isolated in nature,” he said.

    Indicating some incidents in some areas and some complaints filed with the Election Commission, Uteem said the Commonwealth observer team found that people peacefully turned out to vote in extremely large numbers, the right to vote was provided for and people were free to express their will and cast vote in secret.
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    You have a problem with Bangladesh army working on UN assignments? whats wrong with that? Many countries do so routinely including India and Pakistan. It is good since it gives exposure to different arenas and also allows interaction among different nation armies.
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    There is difference between policy level matter and street corner issue. It clearly shows your incapability of understanding amd making argument.

    F-7BG has much more firepower with full suite of armament then mig without any. Any people with 2 cent understanding would know.

    Framework for getting C-802 was done during BNP time along with making BN a 3D force. It was BNP who signed comprehensive defence pact with China. And because of that we even have new prodution line for infantry weapon.

    F-7BG was bought around 6-7 million per aircraft and was less than what Pakistan or other countries paid for similar configuration. So money wise it was best buy. By the way there is still a corruption case against Hasina in mig purchase.

    As for army making more money from UN during BNP time, that was BNP mistake of not realizing army is increasingly becoming a mercenaries force.
    The way army today and direction its heading, one can only expect worse.
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    Its not problem working in UN mission. Its problem when they become over jealous for money. They will even do anything including discard primary mission of protecting the country.

    Indian army has not shown that trait and deeply loyal to their primary mission of protecting their country.
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    what is this ? You are saying that Bangladesh Army is more interested in UN missions than securing your country?

    I dont know about Bangladesh UN involvement , but I am sure max to max a few thousand army men would be away on UN missions. Rest all would be in your country.So I dont think it really weakens your defence.

    It seems that you have a differing security perception from them.
    Someone who is sitting in US(your location is written as US) knows more and cares more about security of Bangladesh than its army officers?They who are educated and trained in defence affairs have a poor grasp of Bangladeshi security? One or two officers might be wrong, some actions may be debatable, but saying a whole institution is not comitted is too strong a charge.

    Self-righteousness has its limits
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    You have some conceptual problem here. Nobody demanding to try anybody who killed Mukti Bahini. That was a war and both sides suppose to bear the casualties. But if anybody killed unarmed civilians must be tried. On 25th of March there were no Mukti Bahini. But PAK soldiers started indiscriminate killing from rickshaw puller to slum dweller, police, EPR, street dogs.. You name it... We just want those to be tried...
    It was also mentioned that if even Mukti Bahini killed any civilian must be tried as well... The trial is about war criminals not against any particular group.
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    People who rape, and murder innocent civilians should be hanged, be them Pakistani, Indian or bloody damn from Timbaktu Period! Its always the civilians who bear the brunt of a war!
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    Collaborator repeal act 1975 is here signed by Ziaur Rahman... bdlaws.gov website.. No more comments..
    http://www.bdlaws.gov.bd/pdf/510___.pdf


    I want you also join hand to press AL to try those criminals this time..



    Thanks ... way to go...



    Twisted interpretation of her remarks.. She mentioned 10Tk/Kg rice at the time of her regime...


    Enough deceiving is done to the people of Bangladesh for the last 38 years.. We all should unite to press our government to fulfill their pledges what they promised before election..


    I know where you coming from. But this is the people and the peoples' government is in power now. Lets help them to sort things out, if there were any flaws in it.. Keep pressing and is the only way forward...
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    It wasn't Channel I's journalists, who only filmed the videos but also the other lots. Entire series of RAKTE RANJITO was even in ***************. But the owner of it, who apparently became a liar, deceiver and an exaggerator to the core conveniently, changed the tone. And for info. Alleged ownership of CRORES, Channel 1 by Tariq Zia was based on murkiness like Saddam hatching on WMD and OBL pulling 9/11 off from cave.

    Now, I don't think that you even care what prejudice is or what disseminating truth since flip/flop in your posts are evident. And in what area BNP has failed more than AL? Name one, please? If conniving infiltrators of AL hasn't networked in military and intelligent agencies with foreign murderers of Muslims to make it as THE WORST OF WORSE traitorous mercenary forces then you would know how many million lie they have produced under the VENEER OF EMERGENCY to put WHOLE SALE CORRUPT tag on BNP, JI’s leaders. Today GMUA, ERSHAD and HANIF as the forms of new Mir Jafar, Mir Sadik, and Miron are claiming new SHIRAJ like TARTIQ corrupts that too resemble the aftermath of PLASHI, which cost us 190 years of enslavement and you are siding with them? Shame on you again. Finally you are an opportunist, 'parrot of timing' if you knowingly give pathological criminals, traitors chances to institutionalize crime in the whole country to see how they fare again. We have seen how they have fared for years and only fool or criminal/shallow actor would repeat it. Are you one of them?
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    Isn't funny to see how frequently anti-JI propagation stuff are popping up on the WEBSITES but those can't be found in JURY'S DELIBARATION PAPERS or in national gadget. One doesn't need to go too far to find out how these are getting financed if he/she knows the magnitude of the budget of anti-Muslim intelligent agencies
    (US Spy Agencies Spent $47.5 Billion Last Year). Now get this, today AL can practice politics even for Zia but you are blaming ZIA that shows the historic trait of back stabbing of AL though.

    Satanic cleverish proposal at it worst. Now I ask what your Dhoti name is and what ID do you use in BR as well as in Sangh paribar?

    Somebody here is claiming Government of the crook, by the crook and for the crook is as people's government... Opps!
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    Well this is a BD government website and were introduced under your Jamaat government. You should ask them... Not me..


    No comments.. tasteless...