Bangladesh needs Indian support to curb hostile forces
Bangladesh requires the active support of the Indian Govt. to curb the activities of the inimical elements & the hostile outfits which are active in the country as said by the Bangladesh Liberation war affairs Minister A.K.M. Mozammel Haque.
The Bangladesh Govt. & its people need an all-out support & help from the Indian Govt. & its people to deal with the actions of the inimical elements & hostile outfits that are active in the country as said by Haque while addressing the book release programme on the Thursday night.
The forces that do not wish independent Bangladesh are still active in several conspiracies against the Awami League which is led by the Govt. They are hatching the diverse violent activities to disturb peace & the development of Bangladesh as said by the visiting minister.
He has said that the anti-liberation forces have been active for thirty years even after the independent Bangladesh emerged in the year 1971.
The former Bangladesh Govt.s which were headed by the former presidents Ziaur Rahman & H.M. Ershad & former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia has nurtured the anti-liberation forces for thirty years.
The minister has said that Dhaka will still remain ever grateful to India for offering food & shelter to 1 crore hapless Bangladeshis, giving the arms training & by supplying arms & ammunition to the ‘Mukti Joddhas’ to fight against the Pakistani forces in the year 1971 Liberation war. He has said that Bangladesh will remain grateful to the Indian soldiers who fought & sacrificed their lives for liberating Bangladesh.
He said that his government has already decided to hold the commemorative ceremonies in eight places in India to honour the martyrs. They have also decided to offer financial support to the families of those slain Indian Army men as Haque added.
Haque, along with Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar, released two books written on founder of Bangladesh Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, popularly known as “Bangabandhu”.
Renowned Indian writer & researcher Debabrata Deb wrote the two books on the life, works and leadership of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, whose 97th birthday was also celebrated here on Thursday.