Stern action against attackers: PMNew Age Online
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday termed politics of BNP and Jamaat- Shibir as militant activities and said that it must stop, otherwise stern action would follow, BSS reports.
‘It is not politics, but militant activities. It must be stopped, otherwise stern action would be taken against those involved in the terrorist and militant acts,’ she said.
We won't let Bangladesh to become a terrorist and militant country again, Sheikh Hasina added.
The prime minister said this while handing over cheques among the family members of those killed and injured by what she said the terrorism by BNP and Jamaat-Shibir men in recent times in Gaibandha at the local Circuit House this afternoon.
A total of 10 persons were killed and 62 injured allegedly by the terrorists of BNP and Jamaat-Shibir since the announcement of verdict of war criminal and Jamaat leader Delwar Hossain Sayedee on February 28 last year.
Besides, 117 education institutions were torched and damaged by the goon during the period.
At the function, Sheikh Hasina distributed cheques among family members of 75 victims.
Among the victims, mother of SM Khalilur Rahman, a BCL leader of Rajshahi University, Kanti Bhushan Barman, a junior officer of Sonali Bank and assistant presiding officer of the recently held polls, narrated the attacks the BNP and Jamaat- Shibir launched on them.
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