I have heard that, Khaleda Zia's grand daugher Zaima Rahman might enter into politics. If that happen then she too was involved in Bangabandhu's killing.You gotta be careful what you say, you might be accused of having a hand in it.
What a shame.. yet more dynastic politics... Hope Awami league don't go with Joy.. although that's unlikely given he has no political experience or capital.
Basically all BD Muslims are responsible for the elimination of Mujib, his family and main cohorts!!! And, she is right!! Hence, BD Muslims are being collectively punished with the loss of their Jan, Mal and Namus!!! She has employed RAW agents in all important positions!!! And, they have almost completed this neo Permannent Settlement to relegate BD Muslims to be a permanent underclass at the mercy of the Hindus and their local Murted agents!!! Now, it's up to the BD Muslims - whether they're gonna rise up like the tidal bores from the Bay of Bengal and roar like the Royal Bengal Tiger, or give up and endure like chicken!!! If history is any lesson, they'll opt for the former...
This guy comes here talking like he's doing the final part of a GCSE English exam where the last few questions are on creative writing.Hey, what are you blabbering here again? Just get lost.
Yes she maybe is. Don't quote me though. She is a Barrister with a bar-at-law from Lincoln's Inn. Made her parents proud. It seems to me that she might pursue what Hasina's niece did though, a career in British politics. She has the right ingredients. Don't know if she was born in the UK and if you need that for being a politician there...Is that daughter of her single?
God help Bangladesh - Hasina is trying to build a dynastic legacy. Bengalis dont take well to dictators. She better be careful, as a poster child of India she might find herself on the other end of this equation. Her recent spate of killing of JI leaders etc will come back to haunt her eventually.
@Homo Sapiens bhai, that girl with Khaleda Zia is her other Grand Daughter Zafia, it is not Zaima.
Yes she maybe is. Don't quote me though. She is a Barrister with a bar-at-law from Lincoln's Inn. Made her parents proud. It seems to me that she might pursue what Hasina's niece did though, a career in British politics. She has the right ingredients. Don't know if she was born in the UK and if you need that for being a politician there...
The whole clan, Zaima at left. Political folks have family lives too - but they will carry their legacy, (good+bad and much larger than the rest of us) to their graves.
She is at a point where she feels she can get away with anything as Trump said he can get away from shooing someone in Timesquare in 2016.12:00 AM, August 17, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 02:51 AM, August 17, 2018
Bangabandhu Killing: Khaleda too was involved in plot: PM
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina: Star file photo
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said there is no doubt that BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia was also involved in the August 15 carnage conspiracy.
“Zia's wife [Khaleda] brought self-confessed killer of the Father of the Nation [Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman] to parliament by rigging votes. What does it mean? It was not only Zia but also his wife was involved in the conspiracy of the August 15 carnage. There is no doubt,” Hasina said.
The PM was addressing a discussion organised by the Awami League at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre marking the National Mourning Day and the 43rd anniversary of martyrdom of Bangabandhu.
Hasina said Ziaur Rahman, founder of BNP, had obstructed the investigation into the August 15 killing as he was fully involved in the killing. “Why did he obstruct the investigation if he had not been involved in the killing? Zia was fully involved.”
Referring to family members of Zia, she said, “These killers carried out the August 21 grenade attack [on AL's rally in 2004] and made repeated attempts [to kill me]. So, what development will the country see and what justice will people get if they assume power [again]?"
Terming August 15 “the most stigmatised day”, Hasina said Bangladesh would have been a developed and prosperous country in the world had not the day come and had the Father of the Nation been alive.
Talking about the recent student demonstration for safe roads, she said it is the government's duty to take action against those who wanted to create an unstable situation in the country by instigating students.
The PM said the government took all measures, including arrests of the bus driver and his helper, after the killing of two students in a road accident, but a group of people relentlessly instigated the students and spread rumours using social media platforms and media. “They wanted to create an abnormal situation in the country by instigating the students relentlessly," she said.
She added that there were also very renowned, wise and intellectual persons among the instigators.
The PM said many people, including those who believe in Pakistani spirit, were involved in the instigation. “But when the government arrests them, it raises hue and cry both in the national and international arenas."
“If anyone commits an offence, instigates and uses children for achieving personal gains, it's the duty of the state to take action against him, no matter how powerful they are,” she said.
She criticised those who thought they would get away committing offences just because they are famous writers, journalists and scholars.
Coming down heavily on some media outlets, she said the duty of some newspapers is only to tarnish the image of AL, make her government questionable and take measures so that the AL loses its popularity.
The PM said they always think that they will get honour, flag or some benefits if anyone comes to power through the illegal channel. “They are opportunists. Only because of them, the people of Bangladesh repeatedly fell in danger and lost their rights and democracy.”
Hasina, elder daughter of Bangabandhu, said they will build the country as “Sonar Bangla” as dreamt by the Father of the Nation.
She urged all, including AL men and followers of Mujib ideology, to keep in mind that they will not support anything unjust; rather they will work for building the country as hunger-and poverty-free one through implementing Bangabandhu's dreams.
The PM said people will not allow the killers to come to power again.
BSS adds: Hasina recalled that the country saw a division among freedom fighters with the emergence of the Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal (JSD) in the country's political scene and they started criticising Bangabandhu on all issues.
“The JSD started opposing the Father of the Nation using filthy language. But did they realise the consequences of their action; how harmful it could be for the country's independence?” she said.
The PM, however, said she believed the JSD did not have that realisation. Otherwise, they would have given Bangabandhu some time to consolidate the foundation of the independence.
Hasina also said immediately after assassinating Bangabandhu, the killers had renamed Bangladesh as Islamic Republic of Bangladesh like Pakistan and launched a vigorous hate campaign against Bangabandhu at home and abroad.
AL General Secretary and also Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader, Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed, Health Minister Mohammed Nasim, AL leader advocate Sahara Khatun and Tajuddin Ahmad's daughter Simeen Hussain Rimi, MP, among others, spoke on the occasion.