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Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen Photo: Collected
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Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen Photo: Collected

Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen Photo: Collected

Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen has said Bangladesh does not seek any suggestions from outside noting that Bangladesh is a nation which gave blood to establish democracy and justice ensuring people's rights.

"I would say - let them (foreign critics) see their own faces in the mirror first before talking about others. We don't want that much suggestion," he said while talking to reporters on Saturday after laying the foundation stone for the development of Saheberbazar High School and College in Sylhet Sadar Upazila.

Momen said Bangladesh Awami League came to power again and again through "transparent and credible" elections. "We remain very transparent."

Without mentioning any country's name, he said many of them, who are giving lectures on human rights and democracy, were not beside Bangladesh when the nation fought for independence and struggled for establishing democracy, justice and human rights and when the people's voices were denied.

Momen said the tendency of showing hegemony has increased when Bangladesh is walking towards a better position and doing better on the economic front.

He said the government never indulges in any extrajudicial killings and does not want to see anyone gets disappeared, but accidents happen in all the countries.

"We are very serious so that such accidents do not happen," Momen said, adding that Sheikh Hasina's government stands ready to take steps as per the law against those responsible.

The foreign minister expressed displeasure over a section of the media mentioning that the media people go to foreigners to ask questions on Bangladesh's internal issues.

He referred to the killings in the malls and schools (in some countries) and said these are their problems to address.

Earlier, he spoke at a discussion as the chief guest when he said people of Sylhet are going abroad but Sylhet is far behind in education. "We should pay attention to that. If you study and go abroad then our economy will improve. So, we should all focus on education."

Momen said whenever the Awami League government came to power; there has been great development in the education sector.

Bangabandhu's daughter Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is working to fulfill Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's dream of building a Golden Bangla, he said, adding that the current Awami League government is a government of development.

"To build an illiterate-free and happy and rich Sonar Bangla, we need well-educated citizens. The current government is working to create well-educated citizens," Momen said.

Shafikur Rahman Chowdhury, President of Governing Body of Saheberbazar High School and College and acting President of Sylhet District Awami League, presided over the discussion meeting.

General Secretary of Sylhet District Awami League Advocate Nasir Uddin Khan, Chairman of Sylhet Sadar Upazila Parishad and Vice President of Sylhet District Awami League Ashfaq Ahmad, General Secretary of Sylhet Sadar Upazila Awami League Md Nizam Uddin spoke as special guests.
 

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Alga Momen is talking as always, shooting from the hip. Crying like a baby for the 1971 war whereby America wanted to retain the United Pakistan. It was also the same with China.

But, Alga Momen loves to fingerprint at America because it has raised the disappearance issue and wants a fair election.

This stupid Momen is comparing the BD autocracy with that of shopping mall shooting. Very idiotic way of talking who holds the portfolio of a FM.

He is talking as if President Biden has ordered that shooting when a single civilian criminal did it. And, in the case of BD, it is the unelected govt of Hasina that forces people out from their houses and take them to AYENA Ghar where they are tortured and killed by RAB or Police of the GoB.

The entire Hasina Cabinet is paranoid of facing the election that they cannot hope to win more than 30 seats.
 

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America wanted to retain the United Pakistan.
it did not, it wanted Pakistan to shed what it termed as a millstone around its neck. it only threatened war against the soviets and indians when they tried to advance their akhandi agenda towards W. Pakistan. it also did not let them create a united bengal where bongagandu would have become the CM.
 

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it did not, it wanted Pakistan to shed what it termed as a millstone around its neck. it only threatened war against the soviets and indians when they tried to advance their akhandi agenda towards W. Pakistan. it also did not let them create a united bengal where bongagandu would have become the CM.
Whatever happened in 1971 is now a history. But, this BAL party people wants to raise the issues related to it in order to influence the public opinion in BD.

America wants a fair election to elect people’s representatives and BAL wants voter less midnight election by ballot stuffing.
 

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it did not, it wanted Pakistan to shed what it termed as a millstone around its neck. it only threatened war against the soviets and indians when they tried to advance their akhandi agenda towards W. Pakistan. it also did not let them create a united bengal where bongagandu would have become the CM.

No, bengal was the breadbasket of pakistan if there was a millstone it was west pakistan.

United bengal within india with mujib as chief minister....

When did mujib want that nonsense? He preferred a federal model for Pakistan or independence if that was not possible. Joining india was never an option and would have had zero support. You can only make up things up to a point.
 
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Whatever happened in 1971 is now a history. But, this BAL party people wants to raise the issues related to it in order to influence the public opinion in BD.

America wants a fair election to elect people’s representatives and BAL wants voter less midnight election by ballot stuffing.

I don’t give a f**k what America wants!!!

No, bengal was the breadbasket of pakistan if there was a millstone it was west pakistan.

United bengal within india with mujib as chief minister....

When did mujib want that nonsense? He preferred a federal model for Pakistan or independence if that was not possible. Joining india was never an option and would have had zero support. You can only make up things up to a point.

These nutters will never accept that Mujib loved Pakistan and never wanted it broken up.

He was a foot soldier of the Pakistan movement.

He wrote about his dislike of Hindu rule.
 

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Sanction this takla idiot...
Do you want India to get angry by suggesting sacking Alga Momen or sanctioning him? India loves him because his only qualification is he is a born idiot. He says something that downgrades the image of BD to the happiness of Indian diplomats.

His professional qualifications are lower than the Indian Ambassador in Dhaka. His predecessor Dipu Kumari was also no better than him. They have been endorsed by Indian RAW.

Note also that Hasina Bibi selects only those people who are more idiot than herself so that none in her Cabinet can dwarf her. However, Begum Zia was also no better.
 

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