reference to the editorial ‘Bangladesh sentences’ (July 6).
it's miles unthinkable how you may conclude that the sentencing of criminals by a court of regulation is an example of vengeance of the government, just due to the fact the target of the crime is the prime Minister (then opposition leader) and the perpetrators of the crime belonged to the competition party (then ruling birthday party).
The editorial went on to sympathise with the battle criminals who were convicted by the worldwide Crimes Tribunal and whose convictions have been upheld via the superb court docket of Bangladesh.
We strongly protest the irresponsible commentary that Father of the state Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman went ‘quickly from hero to strongman’. In fact, the father of the state became martyred as part of a conspiracy with the aid of anti-liberation forces.
The autocratic, military rule carried ahead the time table of the anti-liberation forces. The government of prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has ended autocracy and taken the usa again to democracy and rule of law. Indeed, Bangladesh is again a liberal and modern democracy where humans of all faiths, solid and creed experience identical rights and in which competition is vocal, civil society is vibrant, judiciary is independent, civilian rule is preferrred and media is free.
A small organization of people supporting anti-liberation forces may be disheartened through the across the world acclaimed success of Bangladesh, but the overwhelming majority of the human beings of Bangladesh have given a stable mandate to the authorities of prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to guide the united states of america on its course to endured peace and development.
Bangladesh excessive fee
published in sunrise, July tenth, 2019