Jamaat-Shibir's ongoing mayhem condemned
Different political parties and human rights organisations have condemned the ongoing mayhem created by the Jamaat-Shibir alliance.
In a statement, members of Sector Commanders Forum-Liberation War '71 said Jamaat-Shibir has gone berserk to protect war criminals.
Condemning the statement of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia that the government has resorted to genocide and brutality like that of 1971, they said it is not only instigating and irresponsible, but defends the subversive activities of the Jamaat-Shibir.
The government should take stern actions against Jamaat-Shibir soon, said a press release of Sushashoner Jonno Nagorik (Sujan).
It urged the government to provide compensation to the religious minority people who incurred losses due to the recent rampage of Jamaat-Shibir.
Leaders of Communist Party of Bangladesh (CPB) and Bangladesh Shamajtantrik Dal (BSD) said no new law is needed to ban Jamaat-Shibir. Banning Jamaat-Shibir is possible by using existing laws as they have already committed many terrorist activities, said a press release.
Yesterday, the CPB and BSD jointly brought out a procession in the capital to protest the attacks on minorities and hartals. They also expressed deep anger over vandalising Shaheed Minar and torching national flags. They urged the country's main two political parties and the people to stand united against all communal forces.