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Kansat killings unmask worst atrocities of govt: Hasina
Urges govt to pay compensation to families of dead
4/14/2006
 

          Leader of the Opposition in Parliament and Awami League (AL) president Sheikh Hasina has condemned the present alliance government for the blanket firing on the power-starved farmers at Kansat, report agencies.
Sheikh Hasina said that is an instance of a most barbaric atrocity by the alliance government.
The Opposition leader urged the government to accept the demands of the people of Kansat demanding a judicial probe into the incident, exemplary punishment to those responsible, compensation for the families of the killed and injured and for the people whose possessions were looted by the police and BNP cadres and release of all the arrestees of the movement.
In a party press release, Sheikh Hasina alleged that the Prime Minister has failed to solve the existing problem and the blame lies on the PM who is in charge of the Energy Ministry and Home Affairs Ministry.

 

 
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