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Wrong Mohiuddin Alamgir?

Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir

Future Prime Minister

Bangladesh

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Bangladesh

Background Information

Employment History

President

Bangladesh Economic Association


Affiliations

Awami League

Presidium Member


Alabama

Presidium Member


AL

Presidium Member


Dhaka City Awami League

General Secretary


Education

Ph.D. degree


Web References(106 Total References)


ibcci.net

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.


www.biliabd.org

Workshop on Domestic and International Aspects of Energy Security in Bangladesh [jointly with Cambridge Energy Research Associate (CERA), Chief Guest : Dr. Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir, Hon'ble State Minister for Plaining


www.weeklyholiday.net [cached]

Bangladesh: victim of propagandawithout, machinations within | Corruption: too many words, too little action | The medicine that can beworse than the malady | Some rays of light pierce the dark clouds | Indecision and knee jerk reactionsdestroy govt's credibility | Dr Alamgir's commentsnothing if not seditiousDr Alamgir's commentsDhaka is not Falluja, but the comments made by AL's central leader, Dr Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir, at the party's seminar on October 25 are bound to freeze one's spine and make one echo the Falluja Imam's cries of anguish.Dr Alamgir is reported to have said,'If needed, we are ready to accept any sort of interference of external forces to resist the fundamentalists.' What he meant was that, once AL goes to power, it will call US and/or Indian armies to fight the Islamists.Bravo Dr Alamgir!Delhi and Washington must be damn happy at his comments.But the two words - 'external' and 'interference' - used in his comments constitute unforgivable acts of desecration of our national pride, flag, map, and the paraphernalia of visual symbols that jointly identify us as a sovereign nation-state.The Islamists in the nation are showing their prowess partly because the politicians of Dr Alamgir's ilk are pushing the nation to the other extreme by refusing to discharge their responsibility as responsible opposition members of the Parliament, and partly because, as his comments indicate, they've been conjuring up scenarios to justify intervention of external forces of countries against whom there is genuine anger all over the Islamic world for perpetuation of war crimes and genocide to rob the Muslim nations' wealth.A slap in the face of Dr Alamgir's comments also comes from the very data provided in the same seminar by Professor Abu Sayed, another AL leader.Does Dr Alamgir have any knowledge of what subjective and objective factors can facilitate a revolution?He might, but prefers for now to play the conspiratorial card to destabilise the nation's polity further so that his foreign masters can come in and place him (or his party) on the throne.Then again, if Dr Alamgir thinks the Jamaat can still pull off a successful revolution with only 3% support in the military, he needs a crash course on the internal balance of power dynamics that stand at the centre of the equation sustaining status quo ante bellum.Dr Alamgir may also be reminded of his own experience of 1996 when he desperately tried to change the status quo by creating insubordination within the bureaucracy and found, to his dismay, that the people of Bangladesh prefer to change political masters through elections, not via the kind of 'white revolution' that he had painstakingly blueprinted by betraying public trust.The hidden skeleton in Dr Alamgir's closet has come out in the open, and he has been exposed as an opportunist of the highest order.Groomed by Zia as an irrigation specialist, he later climbed under Ershad to the pinnacle of the nation's bureaucratic hierarchy and destroyed the bureaucracy's credibility in 1996 to obtain AL's favour so that he could become a minister in the AL Cabinet (1996-2201), which he did.Given the depth of his conspiratorial intent, as is illustrated by his latest comments, Dr Alamgir and his henchmen should realize that Bangladesh's national interest is not going to be served better by foreign forces' intervention and the Islamists are least bothered about such threats, as they seem to know how to tackle such forces effectively in the battlefield.Besides, the Bangladeshi Islamists might have a domestic political agenda, and leaders of both the opposition and the Treasury must talk on this issue in the Parliament to grasp the cause of the Islamists' grievances.It could as well be that politicians like Dr Alamgir could not offer any hope to the ones who now seek radical religious means to change the country's political and social course.Far from seeking the cause and effect of an internal problem, as was expected of a doctorate, Dr Alamgir has chosen to welcome foreign occupation of the land of Bangladesh.This has further reinforced the suspicion held by some quarters that the AL is conspiring to create anarchy ahead of the next general election due to the apprehension that it cannot win.If that is a wrong interpretation of the AL's intent, the party should, to dispel such fears, either expel Dr Alamgir from the party for his unpatriotic and seditious comments or offer an explanation to clarify what he really meant.To the contrary, if Dr Alamgir is sending a signal to his foreign masters that if sent to power he (or his party) will not hesitate to call in foreign armies, one must assume that AL's game plan is unrealistic.Dr Alamgir and his party bosses may be reminded that Bangladesh is not composed of diverse and heterogeneous ethnic elements as Iraq is; it is not a country that is opposed to any particular party winning legitimate and fair elections (even if it be the Islamists); it's military has never proven to be a force that melts away in the face of foreign intervention as did Iraqi forces; and finally, 140 million hardy and patriotic citizens of this nation (compared with 25 million divided Iraqis) will not bow down to any external threats.And they will not spare the traitors seeking such help from foreign masters.Dr Alamgir has proven to be a seditious element and has insinuated that the winning of election by parties other than his own is not allowed.He is also trying to change the course of history by means that will strangle Bangladesh's quest to survive as a sovereign nation.He should be charged and prosecuted in the greater national interest.M Shahidul Islam may be reached at: captainshahid2003@yahoo.com


www.muktadhara.net [cached]

A recent research paper by Dr. Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir showed how he owned billions of Taka by fraud, commission and bank loans (taka 259 crore tax & principal waived by banks).
He is the crown prince and the future Prime Minister of Bangladesh if BNP wins the election.


www.ebangladesh.com

A recent research paper by Dr. Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir showed how he owned billions of Taka by fraud, commission and bank loans (taka 259 crore tax & principal waived by banks).
He is the crown prince and the future Prime Minister of Bangladesh if BNP wins the election. Son 2: Arafat Rahman Koko Young tycoon. He unfortunately inherited a sluggish combination of his parents: Zia's appearance and Khaleda's brain. It is quite remarkable about Koko that he has been kicked out from all the schools he attended in his life. Despite Zia's threat, the Head teacher of Dhaka Laboratory expelled him from school since he failed all the subjects and all forms of pampering failed to pass him even in a single subjects.


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