Authorities imposed restrictions on Friday on gatherings in a satellite city of India's capital that is home to offices of several multinational firms, and one person was killed as protests against a new military recruitment process spread.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday asked the armed forces to play the due role in advancing the nation as well as maintaining democratic and constitutional stability in the country.
Praising the Armed Forces for their involvement in development activities, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says they need to work together with people to ensure the desired development of the country with the passage of time and technological progress.
Clearly there is lack of confidence in the armed forces. The military is suspicious that the new civilian government may resort to vengeance and throw some of the generals behind bars.
President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina pay homage to members of Bangladesh Armed Forces, who made supreme sacrifices in the Liberation War in 1971, on the occasion of the Armed Forces Day.
Apprehending that a vested quarter is behind the recent planned killing of two foreign nationals, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says no one will be able to destabilise the country by carrying out such acts.
High Court stays a move to transfer a case against an army officer over the torture of his wife to military court from a special tribunal.
If doing something usually results in punishment, but you do it with impunity, you will not be punished for the deed. Indian security forces are given impunity by the government to do-as-they-please in the violently disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir.