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AL govt behind BDR mutiny: Rizvi

Staff Reporter:

Answering Foreign Minister Hasan Mahmud’s comment that the BNP was involved in the BDR mutiny, BNP Senior Joint Secretary General Ruhul Kabir Rizvi said the incident occurred under the patronage of the Awami League government.
The BNP senior joint secretary general made the remarks at a press conference at the party’s Nayapaltan central office on Tuesday.
“The absence of the army operation in Pilkhana, the hospitality offered to the killers, the announcement of general amnesty, and allowing many to flee abroad raised many questions. Many people lost their jobs for raising those questions. Secret information leaked by WikiLeaks published on August 30, 2011, tes-timonies of those involved in the incident, their trial process, partial report of the investigation commit-tee, investigative reports of local and foreign newspapers and media, Lieutenant General (retd) Md. Mainul Islam’s last statement 48 hours after the Pilkhana carnage, clearly proves that 57 smart army of-ficers and many of their family members were brutally killed in the name of BDR mutiny in cold blood under the patronage of the Awami League government. And behind them were this government’s for-eign lords,” he said.
Foreign Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud on Monday said it is clear as daylight that BNP was behind the BDR mutiny and killed the country’s smart officers.
Mentioning former DG of BGB DG Lieutenant General (retd) Md. Mainul Islam’s interview regarding the pilkhana carnage, “Hasan Mahmud may not confess, but what happened in Pilkhana that day, who did it, why it happened, who was behind the incident, who tried to cover it up… these truths were pub-lished in the media even yesterday. Has the foreign minister lost his mind after seeing the former BGB DG’s interview with the media on Monday? The former DG’s statement reflected what the people saw and believed that day, ” he said.

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