Mr. fameelectronics,Everything is important: our history, and our present which would give us clues to the future. Helping the poor is another important thing. Debate on national issues is also an important thing. There is an Awami rubbish minister who says everything is rubbish." rubbish, rubbish, rubbish" he says. Now people call him Mr. rubbish.
Again, Mr. fameelectronics,
Nothing is "rubbish" in life, including your electronic goods. If they were rubbish, companies wouldn't make it.
On Sat, May 3, 2014 at 4:48 AM, fameelectronics <email@example.com> wrote:
Zayeedwe hate to see the poverty. Still some poors are collecting food from the dustbin everyday, and you people are talking all these useless tall talk. Shame on you.So, think to be a real patriot, do something for the poors of the country. Our only enemy is our poverty,It has all finished by now, we have no time to look back and barking with all these nonsense.Simply Rubbish.I don't know what Mr. Bahar wants to prove by saying all these meaningless story att the time.
On Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 9:59 PM, Abid Bahar <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
WHEN DID YOU BECOME A BANGLADESHI- IN MARCH 1971 OR AFTER?
These days some Mujibbadi Awamis fail to see their dark shadows and think Zia was a "Pakistani agent/ spy" because he changed his loyalty to Pakistan only after March 25, 1971.'(Ref. ৭১ এর মার্চের দুইটি দিবস এবং দুইজন বাঙালী অফিসার।) To them Mujib was the true hero of the liberation war. To that question, I ask, weren't all most all the Bangladeshis voluntarily remained Pakistanis until March 25, 1971?
Then again, the point is when did you personally become a Bangladeshi? When did this transformation take place in you?Or you were born after the war? Or you were busy relaxing at your parent's home and eating hot meal prepared by your mother and now you became a big chatona dhari?
Bhasani became a Bangladeshi in December in 1970. Mujib made the famous "if speech" on March 7. " If the conditions were not met then...". Bhasani actually made a formal declaration on March 9, 1971. So he became a Bangladeshi on March 9. I personally became a Bangladeshi on March 3 around 5:00 pm when I saw dead bodies from Jhoutola wireless colony were arriving at the Lal Dhigi moidan in Chittagong. On this day, a public meeting was scheduled to take place at Lal Dghi Moidhan. M R Siddiqui was joining us as the chief guest. At the meeting we demanded that the declaration of independence should be made. He wanted us to wait for a declaration from Dhaka. Again, when we saw dead bodies, I along with my friends set fire on the Pakistani flag. Moments before, I was still a Pakistani. There were many others like us who became Bangladeshis in March, 1971. In March, things were changing minute by minute.
Like most military men, Zia was still a Pakistani soldier until March 25, and he was following orders. He changed his loyalty on March 25 and immediately after he took up arms.Around the time Zia revolted, Mujib refused to sign the UDI proposed by Tajuddin and voluntarily surrendered to the Pakistan army. Did Mujib change his loyalty until past December 1971? Did Golam Azam became a Bangladeshi around the same time? So why to bother about Zia's loyalty to Pakistan until March 25? Why don't you Mujibbadis ask when Mujib became a Bangladeshi?
When Zia changed his loyalty to Pakistan, he even formally declared the independence of Bangladesh; first in his name then on behalf of the elected leader Mujib risking the lives of his entire family still living in the cantonment! So Mujib didn't fight the liberation war. But he had all the credits until things beginning to come to light! So who is a coward, Mujib or Zia?
Also, where was Mujib's family during this time? How come Mujib's family ( "the best Bengali's family") was receiving allowance from the Pakistan government? Why? When did the Chatona dhari Hasina change her loyalty to Pakistan? Of course she had no time for chatona but was getting ready for Joy! So why to bother about Zia's loyalty before March 25 1971? Ask yourself where were you at the time and when did you change your loyalty to Bangladesh!
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