27 October 2020, Tue, 1:48

Perverse trend of politics began on 28 October; the nation is still suffering for it, alleges Jamaat Ameer

Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami’s Ameer Dr. Shafiqur Rahman said a rogue and perverse trend of politics began in Bangladesh on 28 October of 2006 and still the nation is suffering for it. The leaders and activists of the ruling party had carried out an unprecedented mayhem on this day in Dhaka city in which several Jamaat men were killed and many more others got injured. The brutal incident of 28 October has marked a stigmatized chapter in the civilized world. Actually, with those barbaric attacks, Awami League has sent democracy of the country to the exile. The brutalities also paved the way for one eleven government and the subsequent designed election of 2008 in Bangladesh.

Jamaat Ameer said this while addressing a discussion and prayer program in an auditorium of the city. Dhaka city South unit arranged the event to commemorate the martyrs who were brutally killed on 28 October. Jamaat’s central executive committee member and Dhaka city South Ameer Nurul Islam Bulbul presided over the meeting. City Secretary and Jamaat’s central working committee member Dr. Shafiqul Islam Masud was present as the moderator of the program. Among others, Jamaat’s central working committee member and Dhaka city South unit’s Nayeb-e-Ameer Manzurul Islam Bhuiyan, central Majlish-e-Shura member and Dhaka city South Jamaat’s Assistant Secretary Advocate Dr. Helal Uddin, central Majlish-e-Shura member and Dhaka city South Jamaat’s working committee member Professor Mokarram Hossain Khan, Dhaka city South Jamaat’s working committee member Shamsur Rahman, Kamal Hossain, Abdus Salam, Dr. Abdul Mannan and Hafizur Rahman addressed the program.

Dr. Shafiqur Rahman said, we do not want the trial of the massacre that took place 14 years back on 28 October of 2006. The trial will be ensured when there is no materialistic greed. We want real justice from Almighty Allah. Islam is the real way for salvation. The quarter who grabbed the state office through the bloodshed of 28 October, has become the cause of people’s hatred. We hope and believe that the Allah’s rule will be established on this land through the path of our martyrs.

Addressing the program, Nurul Islam Bulbul said, several Jamaat and Chhatrashibir men had been brutally murdered on 28 October of 2006. This violent incident is the turning point of Bangladesh politics. Not only for the Bangladeshi politics, it is also a turning point for the Islamic movement as well. The leaders and activists had been able to remain calm while tackling the violent attacks of the Awami goons. The nation rejected those thugs and Awami goons. The sacrifices of martyrs have bolstered the Islamic movement. It would be remained as a source of our inspiration always.