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1975 August carnage plotted to make Bangladesh neo-Pakistan: Amu

1975 August carnage plotted to make Bangladesh neo-Pakistan: Amu

DHAKA:  Industries Minister Amir Hossain Amu yesterday said the 1975 August carnage was perpetrated to turn Bangladesh into a neo-Pakistan to thwart the country’s independence and sovereignty.

“The design of the August 15 carnage was not only to assassinate Bangabandhu but also to make Bangladesh a ‘loose confederation’ with Pakistan,” he told a discussion marking the 42nd martyrdom anniversary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and the National Mourning Day at BCIC auditoriums.

The minister said those who could not accept the independence of Bangladesh had perpetrated the August 15 carnage in collaboration with foreign conspirators, said a press release.

Amu said after the assassination of Bangabandhu, four national leaders were assassinated, four basic principles of the constitution were scrapped, war criminal Ghulam Azam was given the scope to do politics and Bangladesh Betar was renamed as Radio Bangladesh.

The Awami League always believes that the people are the source of power, he said, adding Bangabandhu’s daughter Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has thwarted all conspiracies with the support and trust of people.

“So far, Sheikh Hasina escaped 19 assassination attempts. Almighty Allah saved her,” he added.

The minister said Bangladesh has now attainted the fame of a secular country in the global arena under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

Industries Secretary Mohammad Abdullah chaired the function while additional secretary of the ministry Sushen Chandra Das and BCIC Chairman Shah Md Aminul Haque addressed it, among others.

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