A protest meeting was organized by Justice for Bangladesh, UK at a Restaurant in East London yesterday in the Protest of violation of human rights and extrajudicial killings in Bangladesh.
The meeting was presided by the president of Justice for Bangladesh Advocate Mohammed Mohibullah, directed by the Secretary Mohammed Sohidul Islam and chief of the meeting organising committee Mohammed Alauddin.
Speeches in the meeting are delivered by Justice for Bangladesh Chairman Mohammed Sayed Baki, students leader and human rights activist Md Abdul Hafiz, ex students leader and journalist Omar Farooq, Justice for Bangladesh UK Vice chairman Mohammed Habibur Rahman, ex students leader and organisation assistant Secretary Md Tariqul Islam, Peace for Bangladesh Chairman Md Dollar Bishas, ex students leader and justice for Bangladesh uk joint secretary Md Habibur Rahman, Md Gulam Hafiz, ex students leader and organising secretary Mohammed Muhibullah, finance secretary and ex-students leader kazi emdadul haque, ex students leader sazzad hussain milon, human rights activist, journalist and ex students leader Md Mohibullah Rumi, ex students leader Md Abu Naser, Md Shuwaibur Rahman, Jamil Ahmed, Md Ali Shahzada, Jakir Hosen Choudhury, Md Ariful Islam, Md Najmul Ahsan, Md Abdus Salam, Md Abu Taher and Mohammed Mazharul Islam Bhuyan.
Universal justice for Bangladesh chairman Mohammed Sayed Baki told in the meeting that Bangladesh is our land. We have achieved the freedom of Bangladesh by the price of our blood. We will not tolerate any conspiracy against our motherland by the fascist Awami League government.
Students leader and human rights activist Md Abdul Hafiz told that we must need to create international pressure against the oppressive Awami League regime. We must need to liaise and raise our concern to British Government, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International. He also insisted that it is vital to raise awareness now as the upcoming election is approaching soon to ensure a fair and just election.
Speakers in the meeting further said that Awami League took the power illegally and have no right to govern the country. They said, people, basic rights are restricted by the fascist Awami
League government as the democratic practice was made abolished by the Awami government. They said the justice system is totally collapsed. Kidnapping and killing have now become an everyday matter. The opposition party leader, activist and their families are the ultimate victims of the government party people and law enforcement agencies.
Speakers said this is the right to unite and fight against the oppressor regime and give people their rights back.