As there was no call for protest in '75 no resistance could be formed against the killers at that time: Nanak

Advocate Jahangir Kabir Nanak a member of the Awamileague party's presidium said that after the assassination of Bangabandhu and his family in 1975 there was no call for resistance or protest from the top leaders of the Awami League.

He said that there was no call for protest and no resistance could be formed against the killers at that time.

He was speaking at a discussion meeting on the occasion of National Mourning Day organized by Demra Thana Awami League in Dhaka Metropolitan South on Saturday. At this time prayer mahfil and relief were distributed.

Claiming that BNP founder Ziaur Rahman was a spy for Pakistan Jahangir Kabir Nanak said, "The tragic assassination of August 15, 1975 is an extreme lesson for us." I pay my respects to Bangabandhu and all the members of his family who were killed. And with this education, the patriots who believe in the spirit of the liberation war should be made party workers.  Only then will the Awami League be restructured as an ideal party.

He said that in order to find out why this incident took place in '75 one has to look for '71. General Zia wanted to destroy the liberation war as a spy for Pakistan. But failed Zia and all his allies planned to assassinate Bangabandhu and his family. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her sister Sheikh Rehana survived as they were abroad. Today as Sheikh Hasina is alive, under her leadership Bangladesh has become known as a role model in the world.

He said a grenade attack was carried out on August 21 led by BNP leaders Begum Khaleda Zia, Golam Azam and Nizami to assassinate Sheikh Hasina.

Criticizing Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir's statement that the government should be defeated, Nanak said, "If they plan like this again, they will be met with a broken tooth."

Demra Thana Awami League President Rafiqul Islam Masud presided over the discussion meeting, Dhaka Metropolitan South Awami League General Secretary. Ward and Dhaka Metropolitan South Awami League leaders including Humayoun Kabir Dhaka 5 constituency MP Monirul Islam Manu.

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