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    Re: Bangladesh headed for civil war???

    No need to recall past things, Bangladesh should move forward. Past things will only create panic and violence in the country.
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    Brutal massacre underway: Fakhrul


    DHAKA: Opposition BNP Acting Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir alleged that the government is conducting a brutal massacre across the country soon after verdict against Jamaat leader Delawar Hossain Sayedee.

    The allegation came from a press release signed by joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi on Thursday night.

    The news release said, “The incumbent government is killing general people and opposition leaders and activists using their cadres, police and RAB personnel.”

    The spokesperson for the party also alleged that Awami League wants to run the country alone by destroying its opponents.

    At least 43 people(later turned 60 ), including police members, were killed and over 100 injured in clashes erupted in thirteen districts immediately after Jamaat leader Delawar Hossain Sayedee had been sentenced to death in the day.

    Banglanews district correspondents report: Two people were killed in Sirajganj, six in Rangpur, one in Natore, five in Noakhali, two in Dinajpur, two in Dhaka, three in Moulvibazar, two in Cox’s Bazar, six killed in Gaibandha, five in Satkhira, two killed in Chittagong, two killed in Chapainawabganj and five people were killed in Thakurgaon district in Jamaat-BNP clashes with cops.

    Jamaat-Shibir men went into berserk soon after International Crimes Tribunal (ICT)-1 led by ATM Fazle Kabir sentenced Jamaat leader Delwar Hossain Sayedee to death for his involvement in crimes against humanity during liberation war in 1971.
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    Re: Bangladesh headed for civil war???

    Quote Originally Posted by Naveed HRitom View Post
    All The Vehicles From North Bengal To Dhaka Is Closed . Just A few moment ago, A bus/ truck has been torched, entire Bora is silent . Just police van , and clashing.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Crow View Post
    No need to recall past things, Bangladesh should move forward. Past things will only create panic and violence in the country.
    Is Bat Hasina Kab Samjhegi , I dont know redi [MENTION=708]Red Crow[/MENTION] . Moreover, Allama Saidee Was A Great Islamic Schooler, vo to kbhi 71 pe involve hi nai tha. I realy dont know, what hasina & these busterd Communist are going to do next .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Crow View Post
    I've informed this news from my mother and also see it at banglanews24.com Bogura or greater North bengal's link with dhaka has totaly cut off .
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    2 killed in Rangpur cops-Jamaat clash

    DHAKA: At least two people were killed and 30 others injured in a clash between law enforcers and Jamaat-Shibir activists in the district on Thursday afternoon.

    The clash erupted after International Crimes Tribunal-1 awarded capital punishment to Jamaat Nayeb-e-Ameer Delawar Hossain Sayedee.

    The clash started in Mithapukur area of the district around 1:45pm. Jamaat-Shibir activists torched a local Awami League office during the clash.

    Sources said Jamaat men brought out a procession on Dhaka-Rangpur highway. When police obstructed them they attacked police.

    Police opened fire rubber bullets to bring the situation under control, leaving two Shibir activists killed.

    On the other hand, Sub-Inspector Mizan of Pirgachha Police Station was sustained bullet hit during the clash, said a spot account of the incident. "

    2 killed in Rangpur cops-Jamaat clash
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    Re: Bangladesh headed for civil war???

    [MENTION=816]Naveed HRitom[/MENTION].... its better you don't put name of news channels or sites name which are airing this. many online viewers are watching.
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    Re: Bangladesh headed for civil war???

    Quote Originally Posted by Naveed HRitom View Post
    Is Bat Hasina Kab Samjhegi , I dont know redi [MENTION=708]Red Crow[/MENTION] . Moreover, Allama Saidee Was A Great Islamic Schooler, vo to kbhi 71 pe involve hi nai tha. I realy dont know, what hasina & these busterd Communist are going to do next .
    Raw has high influence there. i Hope for peace there, government should not use its power against the civilians. I hope that all issues will be resolve through table talk. Both side should work for peace and progress but there is no advantage to recall past things. Move forward and work for the betterment of the people and raise your flag in all over the world with peace message and through democracy.
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    Re: Bangladesh headed for civil war???

    [MENTION=816]Naveed HRitom[/MENTION] could there be martial law what is the army's take on all this

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    Re: Bangladesh headed for civil war???

    I hope everything becomes calm again
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan_B View Post
    [MENTION=816]Naveed HRitom[/MENTION] could there be martial law what is the army's take on all this
    Martial law ki bhut probability hai . Kyon ki Seikh hasina Wajed now desparate to stay on power . For that she's using Communist,
    Aur Agar Zaroorat hui, she'll handover the power to army . Ab halaat itni kharab hai, ke kuch kehna, andazaa lagana bhi mumkin nai.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iranzamin View Post
    I hope everything becomes calm again
    Bhai, it's not possible now . Now,We are at " Undeclared Civil War " . Nobody is saying it's civil war but all we know it is.
    Today govt is one side and Our ppl on the other side.

    Just simply ans me : "What's The Punishment In Iraan If Someone Insult Holy Prophet Muhammad Pbuh, Alllah swt & Killed Islamic schollers, devotees ?" [MENTION=7]Iranzamin[/MENTION]
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    Re: Bangladesh headed for civil war???

    But as [MENTION=708]Red Crow[/MENTION] said about RAW's involvement.

    How come RAW influence Judge to give such verdict?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Crow View Post
    Raw has high influence there. i Hope for peace there, government should not use its power against the civilians. I hope that all issues will be resolve through table talk. Both side should work for peace and progress but there is no advantage to recall past things. Move forward and work for the betterment of the people and raise your flag in all over the world with peace message and through democracy.
    [MENTION=708]Red Crow[/MENTION],We the oppositions and civilians want peace, table talk. But Hasina has gone totaly against The PPL . Now Communists Are Her Boss & She's their Slave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Naveed HRitom View Post
    [MENTION=708]Red Crow[/MENTION],We the oppositions and civilians want peace, table talk. But Hasina has gone totaly against The PPL . Now Communists Are Her Boss & She's their Slave.
    Never let your country be ruled by these communists.

    They will snatch all your rights.

    And they will take your country to the darkest age of its history.

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    But as [MENTION=708]Red Crow[/MENTION] said about RAW's involvement.

    How come RAW influence Judge to give such verdict?
    I suggest you to read this journal. i don't want to go offtopic or to ruin the thread.
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    PATRON Lt Gen (Retd) SARDAR F.S. LODI writes about RAW'S activities in Bangladesh

    RAW AND BANGLADESH is an illuminating book written by Mr. Zainal Abedin, a senior Journalist of Bangladesh and published by Fatema Shahad in November 1995. It is printed by Madina Printers and distributed by Madina Publications, 38 Banglabazar Dhaka - 1100, Bangladesh.

    Mr. Zainal Abedin is a former student leader and a freedom fighter who crossed over to India in 1971 for military training, joined the Mujib Bahini and fought for the freedom of Bangladesh alongside the Indian Army. Mr Abedin holds a masters degree and a BEd.

    In the book Mr Abedin ponders over the events of 1971 and 'one particular incident chastises me the most', he writes, It was in April 1971 in the district headquarters of Noakhali, his home district, where the freedom fighters were gathering, that he met his neighbour. A middle-aged, mature and sober person, his most staunch supporter and admirer. 'He got hold of my hand and took me to a nearby restaurant'. Narrates Mr Abedin, 'As we sipped tea, he started narrating the history of pre-1947 Bengal. He mentioned gory details of how the Hindus used to treat the Muslims and explained the reasons for creation of Pakistan. He said that struggling for one's right is different from break up of the country. He stated that India would first weaken us by breaking our unity and then exploit us. He added that his life time experiences had told him that India would never be sincere to Muslims. With tears in his eyes and hands trembling with emotions he quipped, 'Are you again going to make us the slaves of the Hindus?'.

    Mr Abedin admits that he did not give any serious thought to the urging of his neighbour at that time as he was too young and emotional. 'The said question now haunts me often', he writes. 'The realization of what lay in store for us started soon after I crossed over to India. The attitude of our Indian handlers and trainers indicated that they treated us (the Freedom Fighters) not as friends but as agents. The real Indian face lay bare after the surrender of Pakistani forces, when I saw the large scale loot and plunder by the Indian Army personnel. The soldiers swooped on everything they found and carried them away to India. Curfew was imposed on our towns, industrial bases, ports, cantonments, commercial centres and even residential areas to make the looting easier. They lifted everything from ceiling fans to military equipment, utensils to water taps. Thousands of Army vehicles were used to carry looted goods to India. History has recorded few such cruel and heinous plunders. Such a large scale plunder could not have been possible without connivance of higher Indian authorities'.

    From the conduct of the Indian Army it was evident that they treated Bangladesh as a colony. That was the time the question asked by his neighbour seriously surfaced in Mr Abedin's mind. He feels that 'India through her notorious deeds has proved time and again that she is not our friend but an arch roguish foe', which has posed a grave threat to the independence and sovereignty of Bangladesh.

    'It is now evident', writes Mr Abedin, 'that India helped the creation of Bangladesh with the aim that it would be a step forward towards the reunification of India'. Soon after the creation of Bangladesh, India let loose all forces at her command to cripple the newly born country. Their aim was to precipitate its collapse and eventual merger with India to realize part of the Brahmanic dream about 'Akhand Bharat'. The most significant player of this heinous game is India's notorious intelligence agency, the Research and Analysis Wing commonly known as RAW. Established in 1968 and still 'eating into the vitals of Bangladesh'.

    The author explains the main sources of inspiration for India's intelligence agencies and her foreign policy - the ancient pundi-cum-political, Koutillaya, Prime Minister of Chandra Gupta. In his book 'Arthshastra' written about 300 BC Koutillaya laid down three guidelines: when your country is weak pursue the policy of peace; when your country becomes militarily strong follow the policy of war; when another state seeks your help, apply double standards. In his book Koutillaya has recommended six principles as the basis for foreign policy. These deal with peace, war, neutrality, military preparedness, formation of alliance and duel policy. Koutillaya's final dictum is. 'Power is the ultimate truth and the main aim of an organised state should be to obtain power'.

    The author shows how Mrs Indira Gandhi was an ardent follower of Koutillaya and subscribed fully to his policy of waging 'battles of intrigues' and 'secret wars' to achieve her unholy objectives. She created RAW, a secret intelligence agency functioning directly under the Prime Minister to pursue her ambitious but nefarious agenda particularly in the South Asian region.

    The Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), explains the author, was raised in September 1968 from the foreign Intelligence Desk of Intelligence Bureau (IB). Mr Rameshwar Nath Kao was appointed its first director and assigned the task of collection, collation and analysis of intelligence from beyond India's national frontiers. A 'Special Operations Branch' was included in its organisation for conducting secret and covert operations. RAW started with a staff of 250 persons and an annual budget of Rupees two crore. It expanded rapidly and by 1990 had a staff exceeding 8 thousand persons and a budget of Rupees 500 crore. Its present budget is around Rs. 1500 crore. It has its own aircraft and helicopters, the headquarters is located in large eleven storey building in Lodhi Estate, New Delhi. The present director is Mr. A. S. Siyali.

    RAW has its own agenda particularly concerning neighbouring countries and has great influence in formulation of external policy of India. Since the last few years RAW has become so powerful and influential that it has emerged as a major player in the internal politics as well.

    Besides the usual functions as an intelligence agency, RAW is relentlessly working for attainment of the following objectives. One, to extend Indian sovereignty over unprotected and vulnerable smaller neighbours. Two, to enhance Indian influence particularly in the Indian Ocean region militarily, politically and culturally, so as to project and develop India as a future super power. Three, to implement the Brahmanic dream of establishment of 'Akhand Bharat'.

    The book explains how RAW's popularity, acceptability and influence increased manifold after its success in disintegration of Pakistan in 1971 and annexation of Sikkim in 1975. However, its image suffered some setbacks due to debacle in Sri Lanka during 1987 and its failure to have Pakistan declared a terrorist state. Nevertheless it retains its image as the country's premier intelligence agency wielding considerable influence in the formulation of foreign policy and internal security.

    The book goes on to explain the cardinal principles of RAW inspired foreign policy. Which is to exert influence on other countries under the cover of friendship and co-operation: resort to threat and coercion to achieve desired objective when necessary; insist on policy of bilateralism etc. RAW attains these objectives abroad by conducting extensive espionage activities by the under cover diplomats and staff posted in Indian Missions abroad; recruiting leaders and other important persons; putting pressure or luring through incentives; brain washing intellectuals and spreading cultural influence; promoting internal clashes and developing separatist movements; influencing the government, members of parliament and government officials; forming pressure groups by spreading false, and distorted news; arranging assassination of important personalities etc.

    The author explains the espionage set up of RAW in and around Bangladesh. Inside the country the prime centres are Indian High Commission at Dhaka and Deputy High Commissions at Chittagong and Rajshahi. Another RAW organisation operates around Bangladesh with its regional office at Malibagh, Calcutta. It has an annual budget of Rs. 20 crore and supervises the conduct of espionage and special operations inside Bangladesh. Its three regional offices are located at Darjeeling in the North Shillong, in the North East and Agartala in the East. Bangladesh is therefore very well covered from all sides.

    RAW agents employed in Bangladesh can be divided into three broad categories. One, trained Indian nationals who come as diplomats, journalists, businessmen, students, cultural activists, literature etc. Two, Bangladesh nationals for a variety of motives including financial rewards, business interests, ideological considerations (some Hindus). Three, officials of multi-national organisations, NGOs, business houses etc.

    The book vividly describes how RAW operated in the former East Pakistan and helped in the creation of Bangladesh. After that it has consistently tried to destabilise the new country politically and financially with the aim of merging it with India as planned by the Indian National Congress. This fact is well illustrated by a letter written by Mr. Nehru on 23 May 1947 to Mr Ashrafuddin, a congress leader from Comilla quoted by the author and attached as an appendix to the book.

    'The Congress had stood for the union of India and still stands for it'. Wrote Mr Nehru, 'But we have previously stated that we are not going to compel any part against its will. If that unfortunately leads to a division then we accept it. But inevitably such a division must mean a division also of Bengal and Punjab. That is the only way to have a united India soon after. If we can have a united India straight away without such a division, that will of course be very welcome'.

    This book is written by a highly educated man who was a student leader, a freedom fighter, a politician, and is now a journalist of great standing in his country. It is written with great perception and knowledge, quoting accurate facts and figures to illustrate his point of view. It should be read by our policy planners and all those concerned with the well-being and prosperity of South Asia. The book does show India's policy, present attitude and future plans concerning her small neighbours.

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    Re: Bangladesh headed for civil war???

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Crow View Post
    I suggest you to read this journal. i don't want to go offtopic or to ruin the thread.
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    Sorry to say..... Few can be admitted. But rest all like plundering and looting is all crap. A serious religious hatred campaign.

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    And it took 24 years for him to write this book??

    I see this a politically motivated.

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    Things will inshallah calm down in Bangladesh
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