“Khaleda Zia, her son Tarique Rahman, Matiur Rahman Nizami and Lutfozzaman Babar are involved in the bomb attacks. Bomb blasts will end if the police arrest and interrogate these people.”
Awami League chief
at a grand rally of 14 opposition parties.
“A section of the government has links with the militants. Jamaat-e-Islami and its two ministers are involved; Islami Oikkya Jote may also be involved. Apart from these people BNP minister Barrister Aminul Haque has also links to the people who are carrying out militant activities.”
Bangladesh Nationalist Party lawmaker.
“The country's seven agitating party alliance and the Maoists have agreed to a 12-point agenda to establish full-fledged democracy and launch a movement to end the tyrannical monarchy and hold constituent assembly elections under UN supervision.”
GIRIJA PRASAD KOIRALA
former Nepal prime minister and a leader of the Nepali Congress Party.
"'The judges cannot be protected by deploying armed bodyguards.”
CHOWDHURY HAFIZUR RAHMAN
a senior assistant judge of a Barisal court who resigned protesting the killing of two fellow judges in the hands of extremists.
'The killing is not a small incident, it was an attempt to destroy the judiciary of the country as well as an attack on the country's sovereignty,' he also said.
“Some policemen told me not to work today and said those who will violate the orders will be dealt out severe punishment.”
a boatman who ferries people from Keraniganj to Dhaka, the day Awami League organised its grand rally on November 22.
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