Post by: Chief News Editor | Published: October 7, 2016 , 11:27 pm | Category: LEAD NEWS
KUSHTIA, Broadcasting News Corporation: Information Minister Hasanul Huq Inu Friday rejected BNP’s claim that the government is retaining power through killing, abduction and detention of opposition activists.
Talking to journalists here, he asked the BNP to give names of 78,000 detained, 1,000 killed and 500 abducted workers as claimed by party Secretary General Fakhrul Islam Alamgir.
Inu blamed the BNP of doing politics of falsehood and urged the party to publish the lists of such workers in 72 hours or seek apology to the people for telling lies.
The information minister was talking to journalists while inaugurating a new road at Khemirdiar under Bheramara upazila in the district.
He said the government is not taking any revenge on Khaleda Zia.
The BNP chief will have to suffer for her misdeeds like plundering the money of orphans and burning people to death, he added.
Referring to the trial of the war criminals and Bangabandhu’s killers, he said Khaleda Zia will not be spared too.
Leaders of Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal and government officials were present on the occasion.
NEWS COLLECTED FROM BSS.