"The indication you have received by now is true. I have resigned at the wish of Allah."
Lt Gen (retd) HASAN MASHHUD CHOWDHURY
former Anti-Corruption Commission chief
at a press conference
"Corruption has not been properly addressed yet and there is
enough scope to work to that end. I hope those who will
be leading the drive against corruption in future will
carry on well," he has also said.
"We are going to request all, including Pakistan and the United States to provide documents and evidence relating to the genocide committed during the liberation war and about those who were involved in war crimes."
ABM TAJUL ISLAM
state minister for Liberation War affairs.
He has also said, " "If needed observers from the UN and European Union (EU) will be allowed to be present at the trials."
"We have offered Bangladesh to bring here specialists, who deal with the war crime issues, so that the trial process of 1971 war criminals meets international standards."
RENATA LOK DESSALLIEN
UN Resident Coordinator in Bangladesh.
"The government deeply appreciates such offers and requests you to be so good as to provide such assistance so that the trial can be held in a proper manner and in conformity with domestic laws as well as international standards."
signed by Law Secretary Kazi Habibul Awal
seeking help of the UN for its help in trying the war criminals.
"Sheikh Hasina is considering reorganising Chatra League to get it back on track."
Awami League joint general secretary.
He has also said, " "The chain of command must be restored through reorganisation of the student body."
"She (Sheikh Hasina) proposed that she would no longer remain organisational chief of BCL, and the presidium meeting accepted it. Even, she doesn't want to see her portrait hung in BCL's offices."
SYED ASHRAFUL ISLAM
BCL stands for Bangladesh Chatra League.
He has also said, "The action starts right now...None would be spared if found involved in criminal activities…Chhatra League is plagued with organisational problems due to inefficiency its central committee leaders."
"We are hopeful of achieving six percent growth this fiscal year."
Dr SALEHUDDIN AHMED
Bangladesh Bank Governor.
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