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Sheikh Mujib addresses the foundation meeting of BKSAL, sitting on a throne like a king

Dr. Abid Bahar

PREFACE Bangabandu and Bangladesh are two interrelated names. Bangabandu was not an ordinary leader of Bangladesh. The present research findings points out that he was a Machiavellian leader. He played both positive and negative roles in the history of Bangladesh. It seems that AL in promoting him as a semi-god that he was not is causing disrespect to his many positive contributions. This work still in its draft form is an attempt to show the real Bangabandu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman as different from the ALs hero-worshipping of him. This book was written and the illustrations were compiled together to help Bangladeshi people see through its difficult past and understand it to take the necessary measures to help reform the country for a multi party democracy so as to be able for Bangladesh to develop into a prosperous country.


Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, later Bangabandu was born in Tongipara of Faridpur district in Bangladesh in 1920 A.D. He was the third child among four daughters and two sons of Sheikh Lutfar Rahman and Siara Begum. The parents were very affectionate to him and called him Khoka. Due to eye problem in his left eye, the parents withdrew him from attending school for four years. During this time, the compulsive Mujibs prolonged break of study must have created anger in him, for he had no home education either. What would he do but to play with one eye with children who skipped classes? When he returned back compared to his fellow students, he found himself way behind in education. He also found himself physically taller and liked to skipping classes and when attended classes would create trouble to other students. In 1938, at the age of only
eighteen, the parents forced Mujib to get married to Begum Fazilatnnesa. In the following year in1939 Bongobondhus political career was effectively inaugurated while he was a student at Gopalganj missionary school. He led a group of students to demand that the cracked roof of the school be repaired this was when Suhwardhy came to visit the school. No one at the moment knew that Suhrwardhy just met a rebel who years later would be claimed by the successive AL governments as the

father of Bangladesh nation. Suhrawardhy the populist leader of his time originally recruited Mujib to counter his political rivals. Under Suhwardhy, Mujib began his career as a muscleman student leader. Mujib remained loyal to him until his death in 1962. In the Calcutta riot Mujib was with his mentor Suhwardhy who was behind the Hindu-Muslim Calcutta riot in the Jinnah called Direct Action Day that claimed many innocent lives for which the Congress Party leadership continue to blame Suhwardhy. Mujibs dress and mannerism and his association with Suhwardhy show the sign of Mujibs role at the time. See below the picture with his mannerism and his nonverbal expressions especially his shirts collar. He was hardly a student. Despite his busy time, it seems that he managed to complete his education.

Mujib the Muscleman from Faridpurs Tongipara village In Calcutta, one Mazharul Islam from Kutubdia of Chittagong was known to have written his BA examination. Back in Dhaka he again became a student of law at the Dhaka University; known to have recommended by Suhrwardhy to make him prepare for a capable statesman. But he was seen to be sitting in the backbench with a group of his friends causing trouble to his professor in the law faculty classroom. Despite his disinterest in education, he was out and out a political person and unfortunately never finished his law degree from Dhaka University.

Who was Sheikh Mujibur Rahman?

Mujibs upbringing made him more of a populist leader politician than a statesman. But he was no ordinary and a nave leader as many people wish to believe. He was a complex figure in politics; a Machiavellian and as a very powerful rebel rouser ready to take risks but almost always knew how to save himself. Personally he showed pride and confidence in his work and in his accomplishments he would show mockery to the opposition. It was his early sign of intolerance to the opposition. During his entire career; we see almost always before a serious threat to his life he prepared the necessary grounds to be arrested and be in jail. During the time of language movement as expected he was in jail. This reminds us of a story in a film where a person the authority just released to cause the extra burden but he insisted that they keep him in jail where he will be safe. Not surprisingly, once, was just released from jail and hearing the report of an imminent trouble, he did something violent in front of the jail premise causing the death of a child(1) His critics claimed that after his 7th March Speech in 1971 at the critical juncture of the national life instead of leading the nation he repeated his similar behavior and for his and his familys safety surrendered himself to the Pakistan army.

Mujib and Suhrawardy.

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman with Suhrawardy in Rajshai, 1954.

Mujib the Complex Figure in Politics

The sophisticated actor politician

Mujib, the man of the hour giving the Historic 7th March Speech

Aberar Sangram, Sadhinatar Sangram, joy Bangla, Joy Pakistan. Mujib


Mujib the traitor

Mujib negotiating to save Pakistan until 25th March while the two other Pakistani autocrats preparing to strike genocide Realizing trouble the ambitious AL top leaders (who wanted to be the Pakistani Ministers of a confederate Pakistan), escapes to India, Mujib surrenders and Mujibs entire family remains safe during the liberation war receiving monthly allowance from the Pakistani government while the Generals planned out and executed a genocide against ordinary people.

The Mujibnagar government leaders Fearing any challenge to his leadership. Mujib, the absentee leader and autocrat never cared to know about the liberation war from these officials.

Ziaur Rahman declares independence on behalf of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

Mujib returning from Pakistan after war as an absentee leader And claims for himself the title: father of the Nation.

CHAPTER 3: There I Come and there I Go: MUJIBS FALL

Mujibs well-known characteristics in the pre liberation period were: Anti establishment agitation Anti constitution, anti institution and Anti bureaucracy. After the liberation, logically he considered himself as the source of all power. In this situation, the constitution was considered as subordinate to Mujibs power.

Bangabandu, the 25 year Indo- Bangladesh Treaty maker Mujib, in the family of the Indian Congress syndicate

Prime Minister Indira Gandhi signing the agreement of friendship and cooperation with Bangaldesh, Dacca, March, 1972

Farakka dam is only a temporary test case: ALs pro-Indian minister puppet minister Abdur Razzak

1976 Bhasanis Farakka March: Long March to Rajshahi


Hero-worshipping of the BKSAL leader 1975: Civil servants and intellectuals were asked to show support to Mujibs one party government Mujibs Fourth Amendment: Mujib from a Democracy preacher into a lover of Dictatorship
The Constitution (Fourth Amendment) Act 1975 was passed on 25 January 1975. Major changes were brought into the Constitution by this amendment. The presidential form of government was introduced in place of the parliamentary system; a one-party system in place of a multi-party system was introduced; the powers of the Parliament were curtailed; the Judiciary lost much of its independence; the Supreme Court was deprived of its jurisdiction over the protection and enforcement of fundamental rights.

Prime Minister Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in the parliament, 1973.

Mujibs style: Mockery of the opposition and the Self Pride:His three blunders
Standing in the parliament Mujib said Sheraj Sikder Tumi Akhon Khotai Jatir Pitahoichee bole noito Lal Ghora Dabaiea Ditham Tribals, Tumra Bangali hoye Jao, triggering unrest in Chittagong Hill Tracts.

Over the precipice: fate of the fascists

The dead Mussolini lies Deadbody of Mujib

Bangabandus Killers
It says, All's well that ends well. True, Jalal Uddin Khan says:No assassination can ever be supported (it is always a heinous crime) but the rejoicing at the death of Sheikh Mujib, even by the elements of his own party, was indeed a fact. He was a great leader but his rule was highly compromised and controversial with people suffering from famine, anarchy, lack of security, Rakkhi-Bahini torture and the dictatorial operation of his government.(1) Mujibs sycophants think that only Mujib and family blood is the most worthy, pure and valued. And that of all other people are Dholai Khaler dirty water. Thats their problem. Mujibs killers are his own people. His opportunism in 1971 led his surrender to the Pakistan army and a genocide of the ordinary people in Bangladesh. While Pakistan army spared him but Mustaques diplomatic success with Kissenger to save Bangladesh from becoming Red led Kissengers initiatives to release Mujib from Pakistani jail, but realizing him as a traitor and a cunning politician his own people and the foreign connection it is alledged led by Mostaque got him killed.

The AL Minister Mostaque Ahamed

Bhutto who remained apologetic and on the defensive ever since March 1 was thus compelled to further expose his ambition in Karachi on March 14. Here he introduced West Pakistan for the first time to the concept of the Two Nation theory and demanded that power be handed to the two majority parties of Pakistan, namely the Awami League in Bangla Desh and People's Party in West Pakistan.


Fifth Amendment of President Ziaur Rahman

The Fourth Amendment was made by Bangabandu and the Fifth Amendment was by Ziaur Rahman The Constitution (Fifth Amendment) Act was passed by the Jatiya Sangsad on 6 April 1979. This Act amended the Fourth Schedule to the Constitution by adding a new Paragraph 18. The expression BISMILLAH-AR RAHMAN-AR-RAHIM was added before the Preamble of the Constitution. The expression historic struggle for national liberation in the Preamble was replaced by the expression a historic war for national independence. One party system was replaced by multiparty system. Fundamental principles of state policy were made

as absolute trust and faith in the Almighty Allah, nationalism [Bangladeshi nationalism], democracy and socialism meaning economic and social justice. President Ziaur Rahman established the multi party democracy and allowed Hasina to enter in politics.

---------------------------Dialogue between Hasina and Pronok

------------------------------------------------------------Hasina:Dada, I am afraid that people will find out Zia the General was actually the one who allowed multiparty democracy and gave newspaper freedom. Pronok: Dont worry we have the Daily Star to lie daily about Zia as the betrayer; and as the military dictator. We also have Prothom Alo to help you. Your father didnt have that help. Hasina: I am also afraid that some intellectuals call themselves as the independent-minded Bangladeshis. They opposed Pakistan and now opposes India. What am I going to do about them? Pronok: Call them Jamat! Hasina: But they were freedom fighters. Pronok: Look, if could turn Zia from a freedom fighter into a Jamati, why not these brainless intellectuals. Its propaganda that matters for perception but not the reality. Its called manufacturing consent. Hasina: Due to the killing of Bangladeshi border guards and the fence dividing Bengal, I am afraid that one day most of my countrymen are going to abandon our ethnic identity Bengali for the territorial nationalism, Bangladeshi. Bangladeshi nationalism has an advantage that it includes all the Bangladeshis well being. Pronok: True, your opposition has many advantages but they dont have the support of your countrys cultural groups. Your countrys cultural groups are connected to the West Bengali and Indian groups. Only if they can create strong media support and pro-Bangladeshi cultural group in drama, cinema, music, you will be really in trouble. Tarek was taking such dangerous moves. He is your #1 enemy. Now that you have our full support at least for now you dont have any thing to worry.

-----------------The Pro-Indian Daily Star and Prothom Alo supporting Hasina, Why?

The Pro-Indian English and Bengali free-thinkers


The Fascist shadow behind


Julfikar Ali Manikwww.thedailystar.net/newDesign/news-details

MIG 29 purchases Hasina escorted by RAB on corruption charges

CHAPTER 7: A Glimpse at the 1/11 Motiur- Mahfuz and Pronoks Indian Bollywood Show in Bangladesh

Moin U, the Mirjaffor of Bangladesh: The five feet tall General and his Jagu Bangladesh

Moin U and Indias 6 horses

BDR MUTINY to finish BD army with Indian horses http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFlqZhc1IQk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cb-er6F9DqE Abid Bahar, Capitalist Development Chocked in Bangladesh
Tuesday September 09 2008 20:31:49, NFB

Abid Bahar, From Polashy to Bangabhavon: A Drama on U Ahs Selling Bangladesh

Link: "http://newsfrombangladesh.net/view.php?hidDate=2009-0720&hidType=OPT&hidRecord=0000000000000000275469




Digital Deception





Mujiber Muscleman Chalera

Namoste, Hasina! When are you going to start the war crimes trial? Hasina: Never! Its a good strategy. Never finish it

Indias dam will not be a problem for BangladeshHasina

Hasina- Pronok Dialogue:

Hasina: Dada, I am having some problems: I have to show to my people that you gave us something. Pronok: Ok we will give you the Tipaimukh dam, how about that? Hasina: Ok, ok, thank you. Pronok: In exchange what will you give? I am sure we will get the transit to the NW. Hasina: Yes, Yes! Pronok: You are a very intelligent lady; you are just like your father, your father of the nation. Hasina: No, he is my father and and also the father of the nation. Pronok: Yes, he will be the father until Padma, Magna Jamuna will be there. Hasina: I heard that you are leaving for your posting in Thailand?

Pronok: I am a Bengali, before I leave I will make sure for get more from India. -----------------------------------DHAKA: Bangladesh on Sunday blocked video website YouTube after it hosted a audio tape, which appeared to depict army personnel 'shouting' and

Tender anarchy of Chatra League


'showing anger' at Premier Sheikh Hasina for alleged inept handling of the BDR mutiny that killed 73 military officers. BDR Mutiny why? 73 officers dead http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jTBqbqfPUY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SuQYGE2HqZs




CHAPTER 10: BANGABANDUKORON Hero-Worshipping, A Fascist tendency in the AL/BCL

Hero-worshiping: Little children are indoctrinated to see Mujib as the father of the nation When there are no enemies, find some around you, fight against them to remain popular.AL ideology of populist politics.

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=30267967&o=all&op=1&view=all&subj=917 97125105&aid=-1&id=1419151844&oid=91797125105

Mujiber Chalera: Hasinas petite Fascists in action(2)

Mujibs BKSAL tradition of anti_Islamic pro-Indian politics, his technique of using violence and deception against political opponents is institualized in AL politics. Bangladesh has to fight against the shadow of Mujib, the fascism in Bangladesh

BCL men go for'change


31-year old sculpture 'Shelly', made by a freedom fighter, a group of leaders and activists of Bangladesh Chhatra League recently put the statue of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman at Shahnewaz Hostel of Dhaka University. Photo: Syed Zakir Hossain

FASCISM IN ACTION:Following Bangbandus ideals, Sheikh Salim and the other leaders controlling the streets for Hasina: Joy Bangla

Politics of anarchy

Joinal Hazari (a Mujib recruit) is back in politics. My last wish is to die with state honor, I have done enough for my party.-Hazari

The pious Hasina God bless Hasinas Secularism in Bangladesh -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Conclusion: The "Bangabandu" Story

ALs declared Father of the Nation

It says, an abusive biological father's role shouldn't be glorified. In today's Bangladesh, questions are asked, why to honor an "absentee," "authoritarian" and "partisan" leader, and the founder of BAKSAL as the symbolic "father of the nation" of an emerging democracy. Each time, the AL comes to power Bangabandu is brought to the forefront as the father of the nation. And it seems to open the Pandoras box because by doing that it opens the debate on an absentee and authoritarian leader to be recognized as the symbolic "father of the nation" of a democratic country. It is more so because Mujib was accused of killing the infant democracy in Bangladesh setting the stage for the bloodbath and subsequent anarchy in Bangladesh. Now, asking him to be recognized as the "father" it seems is as if in the democratic Russia, Stalinists asking to recognize the Fascist dictator Stalin to be the "father of the nation." It is true, Mujib missed his chances and now doesn't deserve to be the father of the nation for the following reasons: (1) Mujib was not the biological father of the nation, (it is not possible) nor an ideal fatherly political figure of Bangladesh requiring to be recognized as the "father of the nation." An abusive biological father is not generally glorified. In a symbolic form, why to glorify Mujib who loved only his people; the ALs and was abusive to other anti BAKSAlite democratic Bangladeshis? He is the one who led Bangladesh from democracy to BAKSAL dictatorship. He even put Bhasani under house arrest. It is a known fact that Mujib's Rakhi bhani, Lal bahini and the other Bahinis, killed thousands of activists who opposed him. He didn't tolerate opposition. He didn't tolerate the Tribal's demand for Bangladeshi nationalism. Mujib said, "Forget your ethnicity, be Bengali." Now some people (former BAKSAL leader/ supporters) out of personal devotion and favour/ love received from Mujib want to elevate him to the status of an ideal father. But was he an ideal father? History tells us that he wasn't. On record Mujib, established BAKSAL dictatorship of one party system, banned newspapers, demanded intellectuals to visit him to their show of allegiance, and in the process divided the nation. The legacy of that divide still continues. By accepting Mujib as the "father of the nation" the military backed CG is clearly taking side of the AL / BAKSAL and giving symbolic weight to Mujib style "anarchy" and Hasina's violent politics of strike, blockade and legitimizes a system that ruined the economy and brought the international recognition for Bangladesh as a failed state, the "bottomless basket case." It appears that this ever diminishing idea of "father of the nation" now revived by the present army chef (possibly was a devoted former Mujibbadi) will divide the nation further demanding perhaps another

future coup to defeat the anarchist Hasina's BAKSAL forces. If that happens, it will be a tragedy for Bangladesh. (2) Mujib shouldn't be considered as the father of the nation also because he surrendered to the Pakistani enemy. He was an elected leader, instead of staying in his house until the last moment he was supposed to be with his people to lead them. (See Zahirul Quaium's interview, Quaium was the senior vice president of the AL, Mujib waited unti March 25 afternoon for a fresh negotiation to begin on the 28th of March). Before his death, Mujib shied away from explaining to reporters why he surrendered to the advancing army when each and every top member of the AL leadership could escape to Calcutta. Kamal Hossain who was with Mujib never clarified the issue either. They must be hiding something and now the army chief even asking for Mujib to be recognized as the "father of the nation." (3)Mujib was clearly not a statesman but a demagogue and shows he believed in Pakistan until the last moment. He wanted autonomy not independence. He even sent Rao Farman Ali to peruse Yahya Khan to save Pakistan. (See Farman Ali's book Bhutto, Mujib and Bangladesh.) He even said to him that time was running out. For not being a statesman he continued his foolish negotiation of the 6 points with the pretender Yahya Khan until the 24th of March. Like most other leaders, even Bashani could escape hiding as a refugees, when the Pakistani army went to Tangail to hunt down "the Kafir" Bhasani, but why not Mujib? It was not definitely his courage to surrender as somr ALs claim, nor his love to save people as most neo-BAKSalites claim. It appears that at the last moment, he didn't have much of a choice but to save himself and his family. Alas, such an opportunist person (Hasina's father) who had left his people to such a helpless situation in 1971, just to become the Prime Minister of Pakistan (power hungry politics) at last in 1975 could neither save himself nor his family! But again killing was not the solution; especially his family was innocent. But nature takes its own course, his family suffered for his failures. The point is if you know that Pakistani military rulers will not accept the 6 points, and you will not sacrifice a bit of the 6 points, why to negiotiate until March 24 when Yahya left Dhaka after finishing all the preparation? If it was not his foolish love for Pakistan, what was it? Negiotion means to come to a common ground. How can a Paki lover be the father of Bangladesh? Bhasani reminded Mujib again and again, Pakistanis will not accept his 6 points. Bhasani declared independence in December. Why Mujib didn't is a question repeatedly asked? BAKSAlite explanation, "This great patriot, wanted to save lives," Could he save them?" Then why he had to be a coward not a revolutionary? Bhasani used to call Mujib lacking in enough intelligence in the upper chamber. The truth is as a very powerful agitator he was dealing with big and small political issues he couldn't handle. Some Als even believe that the Paki army feared to kill him. It will be foolish to forget, the notorious Pakistani army didn't fear to hang Bhutto! the Prime Minister of Pakistan. But why Mujib was saved and his family even received protection and allowance in Dhaka? Was there a secret deal at the last moment? If there was one does he deserve to be a father? These are some unanswered questions. That is the untold "Bangabandu story" of Bangladesh. If Mujib had some love for Pakistan, or most love for his family at the expense of the millions of people facing the organized Pakistani military, what does he deserve? Not glorify him as the father of the nation. Under the circumstances, if historians consider him as a pretender, an absentee political leader at times of national distress, while in power only proved himself a dictator, no govt. should open the controversial issue to further lower his credibility. In opening the issue we are only dividing the nation and doing a disservice to it because to many, Mujib's BAKSAL was similar to Sadam's Bath party, or like any other African Fascist dictatorships. In conclusion, will glorifying this man as the "father" likely to create consensus in Bangladesh? I don't think so! To me they are only opening the Pandora s Box which will be a recipe for further chaos. If we desire for a developed Bangladesh for the common masses, but not help benefit Hasinas, or Khalidas, or the hero-worshippers, the wisest measure to take would be either to ignore the issue altogether or recognize this controversial partisan BAKSAL founder/figure/ absentee politician as only one of the founding fathers of Bangladesh (for his role in the pre liberation period (leading up to March 7, 1971.)

Bhasani, the spiritual leader of Bangladesh, the founder of AL, and the Ittifaq, the leader of 1969 movement that ousted Ayub and saved Mujib, and was the chairman of the government in exile in India and declared independence, was a fatherly figure to Mujib also deserve to be one of the founding fathers. Then it was Zia who declared independence and brought order after Mujib's BAKSAL and its subsequent anarchy. It seems that until the nation recognizes Bhasani, Mujib and Zia as the founding fathers of Bangladesh, there will not be any political consensus. Seen in the favorable light, Bhasani, Mujib and Zia could be seen as our Gandhi, Nehru and Patel of Bangladesh. But the question will continue to be asked to the thinking Bangladeshis if the followers of the rebel rouser Bangabandu and their India backers will accept something positive about the contributions of the other national leaders in order to save the nation from the shadow of fascism my way or no way politics that was first installed by Bangabandu.

End notes and References:

(1) Jalal Uddin Khan, Sonar Bangladesh, BAL & Amar Desh (2) Support AWAMI LEAGUE(NOWKA) for a Revolutionary democratic Change.'dan Fotoraflar facebook; Hasinas Logi Boitha Viloence youtube video link http://www.youtube. com/watch? v=hjWhLD1- JLk&feature= player_embedded; Abid Bahar, Bangabandu Vs. Mussolini of Italy: Striking Similarities http://www.bangladesh-web.com/view.php?hidDate=2008-08-25&hidType=&hidRecord=216675; BCL men go for 'change'Dec 2, 2009, Daily Star; Shahidul Alam, Sheikh Mujib: A people's dictator , Notun Bangladesh, August 14, 2008. Farman Ali, Bhutto, Sheikh Mujib and Bangladesh, Published by Altaf Hossain: Translated by and published in Bengali by Mostofa Harun, 1978, Abul Monsur Ahamed, Amer Dhaker Rajnatir Ponchas Botchas, Dhaka:Khroz Kitab Mohal, 1984.; Azizul Karim, From Awami League to BAKSAL, http://newsfrombang ladesh.net/ view.php? hidRecord= 42362; Abid Bahar, The 1/11 Hijacking of Bangladesh, http://www.bangladeshweb.com/view.php?hidDate=2008-12-27&hidType=&hidRecord=237359 Abu Rushd edited "Secret Affidavit of Yahya Khan," Published by: Bangladesh Defence Journal, February 2009 http://www.probenewsmagazine.com/index.php?index=2&contentId=5049 M A S Molla,Tajuddin's prophecy, Daily Star, November 03, 2006 Ibid Syed Muhammad Hussain, "A book, a coup, some thoughts" http://www.newagebd.com/edit.html#2; http://www.bdsdf.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=3478

Awami League and its role betwen 1971 and 1975, Jamshed Chowdhury, Bangladesh: Failed Years - 1972-75, based on his thesis dissertation for his PhD from Heidelberg University; Amartya Sen, Poverty and Famines (Famine in Bangladesh, p. 131), New York: Oxford University Press, 1981; Abid Bahar, Bangabandu Mujib and Benito Mussolini: Striking Similarities, News from Bangladesh, http://bangladeshweb.com/view.php?hidRecord=218125.
Submissions - Khan Saifur Rahman (Senior Advocate) Case of Mutiny leading to Murder or a Case of Murder Simpliciter? Defence arguments presented on behalf of Col. Syed Farook Rahman and Col Mohiuddin Syed Muhammad Hussain, "A book, a coup, some thoughts" http://www.newagebd.com/edit.html#2;http://www.bdsdf.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=3478

MUJIB MURDER CASE Court rules on reading of 3rd verdict today, New Age Front Page. http://www.newagebd.com/2009/oct/13/front.html; Mujibs Killers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l292yT1FHDo&feature=related

Kamruddin Ahamed, Banglar Ak Modhubetter Atho Kahini (Bengali), Dhaka, p. 1-4, 15, 1979; also quoted in Syed Abul Maksud, Bhasani, First edition, 1986, 122, 126-127, p. 146-147. Toffozal Hossain Manik Mia, Pakistani Rajnitir Bish Botshor, pp. 68-69, 86-87, 90-91 talks about Mujibs widespread use of blackmailing intimidation and force to push through his agenda. Also see in Syed Abul Maksud, Bhasani, First edition, 1986, pp.146147. The director in charge of the Radio station recorded that Mujib personally warned him for giving Bhasani a grand coverage as a hero as at Bhasanis return from India. But openly he showed great respect for Bhasani. Kamruddin Ahamed, Banglar Ak Modhubetter Atho Kahini (Bengali), Dhaka, p. 1-4, 15, 1979;
Henrik Ibsen, The Enemy of the People, An Enemy of the People addresses the irrational tendencies of the masses, and the hypocritical and corrupt nature of the political system that they support. It is the story of one brave man's struggle to do the right thing and speak the truth in the face of extreme social intolerance; see for Properties stocked in Mujibs house Ittifaq, 30th October 1975/ (Among the illegal weapons recovered were one heavy machine gun, two light machinre guns, 3 SMGs, 8 Stan guns, 10 rifles, 60 grenades and ammunitions.) .http://www.amardeshbd.com/dailynews/detail_news_index.php?NewsID=247355&New

sType=bistarito&SectionID=home Logi Boitha Viloence youtube video link http://www.youtube. com/watch? v=hjWhLD1- JLk&feature= player_embedded Sheikh Hasina http://sajeeb. blogspot. com/2007/ 04/charges- against-sheikh- hasina.html; BDR MASSACRE; Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wpmr4gKFHww&feature=related, part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWI3Ybe2hfs&NR=1