"Tejgaon police Thursday refused to accept a sedition case against Jamaat-e-Islami leader Ali Ahsan Md Mujahid, as they did not have the government's permission to do so. The police sent the case back to the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate's Court for Dhaka.
When freedom fighter Md Fazlur Rahman filed the case Wednesday with the CMM's court, the court directed Tejgaon Police Station to investigate the case after hearing the plaintiff's charges. Rahman sought permission to file the sedition case against Jamaat-e-Islami secretary general Ali Ahsan Md Mujahid, assistant secretary general Abdul Kader Molla and former Islami Bank chairman Shah Md Abdul Hannan, a well-known Jamaat sympathiser"....
Thursday, December 6, 2007
The True Color is coming out
The army backed Caretaker Government's true color has started coming out. Historically, the military governments in Bangladesh have always favored the fundamentalists like Jamats to exploit their support for political reasons. The current government is no exception in this regard. This CTG has shown its unwillingness to take any action against fundamentalist Jamaats for its arrogant denial of 1971, War crime and liberation war in Bangladesh. Now, as the civilians have come forward to file charges against Jamati war criminals, the Government is showing its unwillingness to rattle Jamats. The ghost of rajakars will dominate this CTG as long as Barrister Moinul Hossain and General Matin along with their pro-fundamentalist partners in military forces hold their rein in the powerhouse. BDnews24 reports,