The government’s decision to allow Jamaat-e-Islami back in active politics, instead of bringing it to book for its 1971 role, will be suicidal for the ruling Awami League and above all, the country, said freedom fighters, families of the martyrs and war crimes researchers.
Gyantapas Abdur Razzaq Foundation revisits the spirit of liberation in March.
There will be no half fare for students travelling on the Metro Rails, MAN Siddique, managing director of Dhaka Mass Transit Company Limited, said today.
Repeated failure to recognise his ultimate sacrifice is an affront to our history
The High Court has directed the government to include names of 208 freedom fighters in the official gazette and take necessary steps to give them monthly allowances.
A platform of freedom fighters announces an agitation programme from July 19 to September 2 to press home their six-point demand including removal of the family members of Jamaat-Shibir men and war criminals from public offices.
The liberation war affairs ministry has once again lowered the minimum age for being recognised as a freedom fighter.
The burial ground of 49 martyred freedom fighters at Dalura of Sunamganj is unique in the country.