Anti-liberation forces’ conspiracy still on: Hasina
17 March 2016, Nirapad News: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday said the conspiracy of the anti-liberation forces is still on, but they cannot confuse the people like the previous time.
“The anti-liberation forces are still hatching conspiracy against Bangladesh, but that conspiracy has now failed to confuse the people,” she said.
The Prime Minister said this while addressing a children’s rally marking the 96th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation and National Children’s Day on the Bangabandhu Mausoleum premises here today. Ministry of Women and Children Affairs and Gopalganj district administration jointly organised the rally participated by students of different educational institutions of Tungipara, birthplace of Bangabandhu.
Rafiatur Zaman, student of a local school, presided over the function while State Minister for Children and Women Affairs Meher Afroz Chumki was present as special guest.Ministers, parliament members, cabinet secretary, chiefs of the three services, political leaders, senior civil and military officials were present.
The Prime Minister said the country is advancing towards the development getting free from the curse gradually as the trial and punishment of the war criminals are going on.
“Trial is going on against those who opposed the Liberation, collaborated with the Pakistani occupational forces and committed war crimes. Due to their trial, Bangladesh is now gradually getting rid of the curse and advancing towards development,” she added.
Talking about the killings of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, his family members and four national leaders in jail, the Prime Minister said through these killings, attempt was made to divert the country into another direction from the spirit of the Liberation War.
“People of the country were deprived to know the real history of our victory. They were deprived to know that there is something for us for which we could be proud of,” she said.
Sheikh Hasina also said that everything had been done to spoil the spirit of the Liberation War.
Later, the Prime Minister distributed prizes among the winners of various literature and cultural competitions arranged by the district administration marking the 96th birth anniversary of Bangabandhu.