|Awami League presidium member and 14-party coordinator Mohammad Nasim attended a discussion organised in observance of the 44th founding anniversary of JJatiya Samajtantrik Dal at Institution of Engineers Auditorium in the capital on Monday afternoon. JSD (Inu) president and Information Minister Hasanul Huq Inu chaired the discussion.|
Dhaka: Former Jahangirnagar University vice-chancellor and JSD (Inu) standing committee member Prof Anwar Hossain has said: The JSD had committed coup d'etat on November 7, 1975. It had 'a strategic unity' with Ziaur Rahman on that day. But, Ziaur Rahman had betrayed with us. We stood against Zia and Moshtaque within a few days. For this we had to pay the price."
He was speaking at a discussion organised in observance of the 44th founding anniversary of JSD at Institution of Engineers Auditorium in the capital on Monday afternoon.
Prof Anwar Hossain said, "JSD stood against Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman for ideological differences, but didn't involve in any conspiracy against his government. Rather, conspiracy had happened inside the Awami League at that time."
He said the ruling 14-party alliance would have to win the next general elections at any cost, because the country will witness a massive bloodshed if BNP-Jamaat alliance comes to power again. They would turn the country into Pakistan-Afghanistan. "We can't allow to happen it."
Prof Anwar Hossain said there would be no grave of Ziaur Rahman at Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban area at Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, because Zia was involved in the killing of Sheikh Mujib and Colonel Taher. He also patronised the anti-liberation war elements. "We'll have to boycot his party BNP and Khaleda Zia," he said.
With JSD (Inu) president and Information Minister Hasanul Huq Inu in the chair, the discussion was attended by Awami League presidium member and 14-party coordinator Mohammad Nasim as the chief guest.
Samyabadi Dal general secretary Dilip Barua and JSD (Inu) Shirin Akhtar, MP, among others, also spoke on the occasion.
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