Bangabandhu Killing: Bangladesh Muktijoddha Morcha protests against Pakistan
Dhaka: Anti-Pakistan demonstrators protested in Dhaka on Aug 15 to mark the death anniversary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rehman.
A day-long programme was organised by the Muktijoddha Mancha at Dhanmondi, the place where Bangabandhu was killed in 1975, reports ANI.
They later submitted a petition to the Diplomatic Police in the name of the Prime Minister of Pakistan demanding an unconditional apology to the people of Bangladesh for their involvement in the killing of Bangabandhu, the news agency reported.
In a memorandum, the Muktijoddha Mancha said, “Though fifth years have passed after the liberation of Bangladesh the Islamic Republic of Pakistan still seems to be in denial mode and yet to offer a formal apology to the people of Bangladesh for the atrocities and innumerable sufferings caused by a brutal force on us, the people of Bangladesh.”
“Pakistan has always skirted the issues, though it pronounces that it would like to improve its relationship with Bangladesh, which is antithesis and aberration of reality,” it added.