“The defeated power of ’71 caused the events of February 28”
Staff Reporter, Gaibandha/
It was the defeated Shakti of 1971 who brutally beat 4 policemen to death in Bamondanga on February 28, 2013. That evil power, unable to make the country Pakistan, is repeatedly conspiring against the state. DIG Moha of Rangpur range commented that 4 policemen on duty were killed. Abdul Alim Mahmud BPM.
He said these things while speaking as the chief guest at the discussion meeting and doa mahfil in memory of martyred 4 policemen organized by Bamondanga Police Investigation Center of Sundarganj Police Station in Gaibandha on Tuesday (February 28) noon. DIG Moha. Abdul Alim Mahmud BPM said that the war criminals have been tried according to the country’s customary laws. The court ruled against them after a long process. Those who killed four brave policemen based on this verdict are narcissists. I expect maximum punishment for those involved in this brutal murder through the existing laws of the country.
Referring to Surah Al-Maida verse 32, the DIG further said, “Those who kill a person without any reason, it is as if they have killed all people.” And those who saved a person, it is as if they saved all people. According to this verse, it can be said that those who killed 4 policemen on February 28 have killed everyone in the country. Bangladesh Police is working tirelessly to protect the life and property of every citizen of the state. The police is enough to stop all the undemocratic evil forces in the country. Even if we give our lives, we will provide security to all the people of the state like an eternal watchman. Gaibandha District Superintendent of Police. Additional Deputy Commissioner (General) Sushant Kumar Mahato, Sunderganj Upazila Awami League President Mrs. Afroza Bari spoke as special guests in the commemoration meeting chaired by Kamal Hossain. Officer-in-Charge (OC) Sarkar Iftekharul Mokaddem of Sundarganj Police Station gave a welcome speech.
In charge of Bamondanga Police Investigation Center Shafiquzzaman Sarkar, chairman of Bamondanga Union Parishad Abdul Jabbar, Vice President of Upazila Awami League Syeda Khurshid Jahan Smriti, journalist Habibur Rahman Habi, Laila Begum, wife of deceased policeman Hazrat Ali and others spoke in it.
Earlier, wreath-laying, Koran Khani, silence was observed at the Bamondanga Police Investigation Center in memory of the slain policemen. Gifts were given to the families of the slain policemen. Later prayers were offered for the souls of the four policemen killed.