"Both Limon and his father are members of a criminal gang."
MAJ GEN (RETD) TARIQUE AHMED SIDDIQUE
Prime Minister's Defence Adviser
on Limon whose left leg was amputated after a Rab team shot at him on March 23. He has also said,
“Some newspapers are writing too much on Limon.”
"His [Tarique's] comment must be a government statement as it was made surely following a government decision."
on the comments made by the prime minister's defence adviser on Limon.
"What we know about how Limon was shot in the leg is gruesome and goes against all norms and ethics."
Workers' Party Bangladesh
on some remarks of the prime minister's defence adviser Tarique Ahmed about Limon's criminal link.
"When all the people of the country want investigation and punishment for incidents of extra-judicial killings and torture by law enforcement agencies, the statements of the prime minister's adviser has created frustration and anger among the people."
MAINUDDIN KHAN BADAL and SHARIF NURUL AMBIA
Executive President and General Secretary
of Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal
on the recent remarks of the prime minister's defence adviser about Limon and his family.
"Mid term polls is now a public demand."
BNP Chairperson and Opposition leader
on her demand for mid-term election due to the failures of the present government.
"Please come to the parliament and bring a no-confidence motion against the party-in-power for a mid-term election. If the demand is passed in Parliament, the mid term election will be held. Otherwise, raising demand at Muktangan or Paltan will not yield any result."
MAHBUBUL ALAM HANIF
Bangladesh Awami League
on Khaleda's demand for mid term elections.
"We do not have drinking water, enough food and sanitation facilities because of the indifference of the authorities to our sufferings."
on the ordeal Aila victims are still going through, even after two years of the disaster.
"We cannot afford to wait another decade, or another two decades, or another three decades, to achieve peace."
on his stance that talks over a Palestinian state should be focused on Israel's pre-1967 borders.
"Peace with Palestinians must leave Israel with security, therefore Israel cannot return to the indefensible 1967 lines."
Prime Minister, Israel
Ruling out accepting a settlement to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict based on the 1967 borders.