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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Re: [] Re: Noman Seeking Home Affairs Minister Tried

Well BNP MP Abdullah -Al-Noman is seeking public trial for Home Affairs Ministry..well who is going to try him..he was at St Placid just before my cousins death in Chittagong, Bangladesh..he was part of my cousins assassination plot with mostly Begum Zia allies..well the most disturbing thing is NOMAN is also friend with my deceases-ed cousins father..supposedly a good friend that goes many many years back..when Noman's brother was Awami Leaguer..
Chittagong, Chairman and supposedly Awami Leaguer who meets with Begum Zia Mohiuddin was in on my cousins death..

About of any thing wrong with Tajuddins son's I think he was going after Pakistan General Parvez Mushraff who was also in on  my cousins death..

Debasish Barua

From: Debasish Barua <>
To: "" <>
Sent: Friday, January 18, 2013 8:51 AM
Subject: Re: [] Re: Sheikh Mujib Assasination

Sheikh Mujib was killed on the day of Pakistan independence..that is 14th August..i guess Pakistanis where gleeing 

From: dina khan <>
To: "" <>
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2013 2:22 AM
Subject: Re: [] Re: AL and 1/11....

Wait and see.
Every action has equal and opposite reaction.

From: Debasish Barua <>
To: "" <>
Sent: Sunday, 13 January 2013 6:15 AM
Subject: Re: [] Re: AL and 1/11....


It could be an possibility..though Awami League won in election held under Caretaker Govt..well it can be sour grape..the composition of Caretaker had two segment..Fakiruddin an world bank & Cadet College connection..and Military Moinuddin..

Well politics is full of mystery in the past to win election General Ershad sided with BNP so did Communist & Jamat., I think in last election General Ershad for what ever reason sided with Awami League...well I guess as I read he has difficulty understanding I assume Begum Zia..

Though I believe Jalil played a significant role as Awami League Secretary in his organizational capacity I was kind of surprised he was replaced by Ashraf..well these are inter party issues.

I think if any thing hidden is Moinuddin is related to Hassina ..Fakiruddins where BNP

Then their is Golam Azams son in Military...and BNP Military Chief of staff Nassim is tied to Dr Kamal & and A.H.Khan (Bhashani) also Jamat and China tied..

Lets call the way we see it..

From: Isha Khan <>
Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2013 12:50 AM
Subject: [] Re: AL and 1/11....

Abdul Jalil on AL and 1/11 nexus
Member of the advisory council of the ruling Awami League, Abdul Jalil MP, during interview with a London based Bangla television channel on 21 September 2009 said that Awami League ascended to power through understanding with 1/11 Caretaker Govt.

Video clip of interview:

On Mon, Dec 17, 2012 at 11:19 AM, Isha Khan <> wrote:
AL and 1/11 nexus: General Masud is still retained in service

On Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 10:59 AM, Isha Khan <> wrote:

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From: Zoglul Husain <>
Date: Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 5:36 AM
Subject: RE: AL and 1/11....
To: Isha Khan <>

Ershad, however, was in prison for about six years, though in the 'Janata Tower case', but the 1/11 plotters, the national traitors, got away with impunity at least so far. The real plotters of course were Manmohan-Bush and the actual perpetrators were RAW and their lackeys. Apparently, Moeen U and his cohorts were given assurance of safety before Hasina was put in power through the sham election of 2008, in which the results were pre-determined.
The situation seems to have changed now. Hasina et al in BAL have been warning against another 1/11, meaning against them. Moudud et al in BNP and even Ershad in JP have also been harping on the same topic, sometimes in subtle tones, sometimes quite explicitly. There are lots of speculations in Dhaka too.
As things are developing, it is not unreasonable to assume that it may happen anytime. At least we should be prepared both for its happening as well as it being averted. If it happens with cheap slogans without substance, it would not endure.
Whether BNP, BAL or the army is in power next, their political power will survive only if they connect with the people and if they deliver what they promise, at least substantially. Otherwise, they will become unpopular like the present Hasina regime, which usurped power through Manmohan-Bush conspiracy and hence is an illegitimate regime.
We want Freedom, Justice and Development. People will support the govt, which wants these and which is connected with the people. The people will valiantly safeguard their independence and sovereignty and they certainly will win in the end!

Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2012 14:19:36 +0600
Subject: Re: AL and 1/11....

AL kept their word in this regard. Accordingly no case was filed against any of the 1/11 men for violating the constitution, undermining the democratic institutions and various misdeeds.

Similarly nothing was done about Ershad for violating the constitution and promulgating martial law. When Ershad took over power by a coup AL said they were not unhappy. Ershad's misdeeds are now history but AL made him their digit-AL partner.

On Sat, Nov 24, 2012 at 9:03 PM, Isha Khan <> wrote:
AL and 1/11....

We saw a lot of hamlas and mamlas in last 4 years but we saw no such thing about 1/11 kingpins after AL’s mammoth victory in 2008. AL has comfortably forgotten the hard times created by the 1/11 people. AL’s willful silence and inaction only prove what they told about them. AL said 1/11 was the fruit of their andolon and AL would give them indemnity if they come to power.

Does this once again prove the allegation that 1/11 was an AL conspiracy ?


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