Comments on news analysis
“Deliberate bid to confuse people,” published on October 26, 2013
Somebody, maybe her advisers, who are senior civil servants, should give her some lessons in Bangladesh constitution.
The amended constitution of the Awami League government doesn't reflect the will of the people under the present situation. The constitution has been tampered to protect the party agenda only. Currently, people have no clear direction whatsoever.
“Relief? Not so much” (October 27, 2013)
Should the nation celebrate or be ashamed? In any working democracy a phone call between two leaders would not make a headline at all. This proves that Bangladesh has a long way to go for real democracy as long as these two ladies are in power.
Headline or not, what is important is the outcome of overture made by the PM.
That's what you get when you have arrogant people leading your nation!
Our two leaders should realise that Bangladesh is not for the two ladies alone; rather it's for 160 million people, for whose hard labour and unending sacrifice -- both at home and abroad -- Bangladesh has come to this position.
Expecting that a 30-minute telephone conversation is enough to pacify the years of enmity, hatred, mistrust, and rivalry between the two leaders seems very ambitious.
“A revenge for Sayedee?” (October 29, 2013)
How can people support the BNP and their ally Jamaat? Imagine what will happen,if BNP-led 18 parties come to power.
Is this what awaits when Jamaat and BNP will come to power? We as a nation sit back and watch our freedom fighters denigrated and say nothing.