Turn off your lights on March 29, 2008 from 8:00PM to 9:00PM
COMMANDER OF KILLING MISSION: OPERATION CLEAN HEART
General Mashoud, so called anti corruption crusader of DUDAK has his hands soaked in blood of innocent Bangalees. As a Commander of 'Operation Clean Heart', he steered Bangladesh Army for countrywide extrajudicial killing of scores of helpless citizens. The then BNP government later through parliamentary caricature has indemnified this barbaric act of the General. Does it open knot of the mystery why Hasina is racing far ahead of Khaleda in facing charges concocted by DUDAK and executed by present Army Chief.
We must raise popular demand now to annul all indemnity bills approved by the rubber stamp parliaments to give legal immunity to the henious crimes committed by the Bangladesh Army against humanity and against our nation.
General Saint Mashoud of ACC – for your kind information and necessary action
Dr. Md. Badruddoza, a retired Bangalee physician from Chicago, USA, suffering from geriatric incoherence, sent an Email to General Moeen U. Ahmed, Chief of Bangladesh Army praising military sponsored initiatives like, anti corruption campaign, political reform etc. In response to this meagre but sugary email, Mr. General, commensurate to his newly acquired status and power, sent a letter of appreciation through FEDEX Courier service. It sounds, like firing cannon to kill a fly, lavish but nonsensical. I would be interested to know, how many grands (in TAKA) Mr. Moeen had to spend to send this letter, how many letters of this kind he has sent through courier to his global supporters and what is the source of Mr. Moeen for this fund to finance his pricey pet project!
This piece of information, would it be of any interest to General Mashoud, chieftain of Anti Corruption Commission (in naked eyes it looks like Anti-Hasina crusade), buddy of General Moeen and sole representative of Paki General Musharrafin Bangladesh, to investigate – I wonder!!!
I, like millions of Bangalees in Bangladesh and around the globe, am a vigilante to materialize the dreams of our martyrs. The sons and daughters of this land have laid down their lives with a dream of establishing a sovereign, secular Bangladesh with social and economic equality. Decades have passed; the dreams of our martyrs are withering. No, these sacrifices of our predecessors must not go in vain. I hear the clarion call of our fallen heroes; I have come out of the cocoon of numbness, amnesia and timidity. I join the march of millions of Jagorook Bangalee and we walk relentlessly on the shining path of our history to realize those dreams.