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Thursday, April 18, 2019

There are people who inherit Pakistani souls: Hasina

Awami Alliance president and head administrator Sheik Hasina on Saturday asked all to remain ready with the goal that the nation must not dive into the dim period of post-1975, reports UNB.

"We should not dive into risk... we as a whole should stay caution so we don't venture into the dim period of post-1975," she said while tending to an exchange at the hall of Krishibid Foundation, Bangladesh in the capital.

Bangladesh Awami Alliance (AL) sorted out the talk on the event of Amar Ekushey and the Global Mother Dialect Day.

Hasina said there is a segment of individuals living in Bangladesh acquiring Pakistani souls.

"We need to spare the general population of Bangladesh from such elements....this is my demand to individuals," she said.

The head administrator said that it was exceptionally remorseful that a political gathering had made the indicted war offenders clergymen and put the national banner earned through blood in their grasp.

"The country will never excuse those culprits...the individuals of the nation need to remain vigil with respect to the individuals who respect those offenders who assaulted our moms and sisters, associated with genocide, illegal conflagration assaults and looting...the country must not pardon those guilty parties," Hasina said.

AL presidium individuals Begum Matia Chowdhury, Sheik Fazlul Karim Selim, Abdur Razzaque and Abdul Matin Khasru, educator emeritus Rafiqul Islam and previous Bangla Institute chief general teacher Syed Anwar Hossain partook in the dialog.

AL exposure and production secretary Hasan Mahmud directed the capacity.

Prior, a one-minute quiet was seen as a characteristic of regard to the memory of dialect saints who set out their lives on 21 February in 1952 for building up Bangla as the state dialect.

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