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‘Democracy was freed with release of Hasina’

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Dhaka South Unit Awami League holds a discussion and doa mahfil at party's central office in Bangabandhu Avenue on Tuesday marking Sheikh Hasina's 'Jail-Free Day'.  Dhaka South City Corporation mayor Sayeed Khokon was present as the chief guest at the programme.	photo: observer

Dhaka South Unit Awami League holds a discussion and doa mahfil at party's central office in Bangabandhu Avenue on Tuesday marking Sheikh Hasina's 'Jail-Free Day'. Dhaka South City Corporation mayor Sayeed Khokon was present as the chief guest at the programme. photo: observer

Awami League Publicity and Publication Secretary Dr Hasan Mahmud on Tuesday said captive democracy was freed through the release of daughter of democracy AL President Sheikh Hasina.
"June 7 is not only Sheikh Hasina's release day but also the day of release of democracy," he told a press conference at AL president's political office in city's Dhanmondi.
Hasan, also the information minister, said on this day in 2008, Sheikh Hasina was released from the special sub-jail after remaining captive there for nearly 11 months.
The then military-backed government was forced to release the then AL President Sheikh Hasina by the AL leaders and activists, he said, adding Begum Khaleda Zia was also freed for the continued protests of AL.
Hasan said the perpetrators of 1/11 are still active and they are dreaming to form an undemocratic government in the country. BNP is plotting to topple the government with the conspirators, he added.
He said BNP didn't take part in the 2014 election as part of their conspiracies. They killed many people throwing petrol bombs. In 2018 polls, at first BNP declared that they would not take part in the election. But later they joined the polls. "Actually, they joined hands with the 1/11 conspirators."    -BSS





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