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Awami League Presidium Member Dr Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir, MP, attended the meeting as the chief guest while veteran AL leader Mozaffar Hossain Paltu, former MP Hazi Selim, BTV Director General M Hamid and FDC Managing Director Pijush Bandapaddhaya were present as special guests.
Presided over by Lion Mujibur Rahman, the meeting was also addressed by Dhaka city Awami League Senior Vice-President Fayezuddin Mian and former Chhatra League leader Golam Sarwar. Speakers recalled that Humayun Ahmed had used the word 'Razakar' (collaborator) in his television drama in the 1980s when the anti-liberation forces were strong in the country. He had cautioned the youth that the powerful people around them are 'razakars,' they said. The speakers said that trials of the razakars are now going on, but Humayun Ahmed could not see the end. Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir said Humayun Ahmed's first novel 'Nondita Naroke' had depicted the picture of a debacle that the country had faced following the killing of Bangabandhu. The writer had highlighted the positive aspects of the youths through the character 'Himu,' he added. BSS
Awami League Presidium member Dr Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir, Dhaka City Awami League organising secretary Shah Alam Murad, vice-president of Bangladesh Krishak League MA Karim, Janata Bank director Baloram Poddar, director of Abahani Limited Sheikh Jahangir Alam spoke on the discussion.
DHAKA: The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has pressed charges against former home secretary Shafiur Rahman and former state minister for planning Dr Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir besides six others in a sedition case. The charges pertain to organising a public rally in Dhaka with the intention of ousting a democratically-elected government.Alamgir is a senior aide to the Awami League president and former prime minister Sheikh Hasina. Investigation officer Munshi Atiqur Rahman has submitted the charge-sheet to the Dhaka court, officials said yesterday.Fifteen people were named as prosecution witnesses in the charge-sheet. The charge-sheet alleges that the accused had erected a Janatar Mancha (people's dais) in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka in March 1996 and instigated government officials and employees to join the agitation against the then Bangladesh Nationalist Party government headed by Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia. Seoul steps up pressure as
Echoing them, Home Minister Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir who rushed to the spot in the afternoon said the building might have caved in due to faulty planning.
The minister visited the spot around 1:40pm, nearly five-hour after the building collapsed. He also pledged that the culprits will be brought to justice after probing the incident.
Indian Home Minister Sushil Kumar Sambhaji Rao Shinde and his Bangladesh counterpart Dr Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir inked the agreements in Dhaka on the day.
clip_image001 Bangladesh Home Minister, Dr. Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir and his Indian counterpart, Sushil Kumar Shinde exchanging documents after the signing ceremony in Dhaka Rao Shinde led a 15-member Indian delegation while Alamgir a 17-member home side to the meeting.