About BNP secretary general’s comment that the government is
creating ‘kingdom of terror’, the AL general secretary said it’s not
the government rather BNP is doing so like they did in 2001.
After assuming power in 2001, the then BNP government had run
‘steamroller’ of torture on people while 21,000 leaders and workers of
AL were killed.
During the BNP-Jamaat government, he said, the country was made a
valley of death with the blood of thousands of AL leaders and workers.
Bangladesh became a safe haven of killings, abduction, murders, rape
and repression, he said.
Reminding the BNP leaders that Mahima, Rahima, Purnima and hundreds
others women were raped during that period, Quader questioned: “Did
BNP forget these incidents?”
He said repression on minority community surpassed the persecution
lunched by Pakistani occupational forces.
Urging the BNP leaders to see their own face in mirror, Quader
said: “You would see nothing but stigmatized history and distorted
He said BNP was directly and indirectly involved with the mayhem
carried out by Hefajat on March 26 this year to make the country
BNP also incited Hefajat in the past to make sabotage to create
instability in the country centering the sculpture issue, he added.