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Bangladesh: Sheikh Hasina Arrested

The arrest of an ex-Prime Minister – Hasina Sheikh gets reactions from Mash, Unheard Voices and Dhaka.

8 comments

  • Sheikh Hasina arrested in monday.16th july morning.i think its not fair.Because without any prove ment you cant arrest any one.and i think theres purpose are not good.for minus sheik hasina,they did it.

  • Saifur

    We have seen Sheik Hasina welcomed the arrest and detentioned of BNP Leaders without any evidence. So why is the problem now when the same goverment did the same thing top her.

    I think Shiek hasina is one of the stupid politician i have ever seen in my life…

  • Sabiha

    All the leaders in our country have made mistakes, some big some small. It will be hard to find any bussinesman or politician in Bangladesh who wasn’t involved in some kind of corruption. But no one can disagree that in the last term BNP was the champion of corruption in our country’s history. So arresting them under the emegency rule was welcomed by the people but if this goverment uses the same tactic to get rid of political figure they think are a risk to their “glorious” reign then it’s a different story. We cannot let ourselves be fooled by letting this Govenrment mix truth with lies. first they earn the people’s trust by arresting obvious corrupt figures then they do the same to leaders who don’t deserve it. Who are they to randomly decide who is good or bad ? How much corruption do you think there is within this new “unfair” government and the military ? Arresting people for having alcohol in the house!! Who dosen’t know about the Military swimming in alcohol ? This whole thing started as a serious good move for the county but it is now turning out to be a circus and will only spin out of control if the people of the country don’t wise up and speak up.

  • RIpon

    Current govt is nothing but stupid. It proves the nearsightness of these people. Arresting Sheik Hasina is nothing but creating sympathy in the heart of the soft people in our county. So, this will lead to getting Auoamilig on power at the end of the day. Everyone likes smart people but if you are oversmart that’s where the problem is. That is what this govt is. ANYWAY, MAY ALLAH GUIDE THEM ALL AND MAY ALLAH FORGIVE ME IF I AM WRONG.

  • nilima

    Law is equal for everyone. Doesn’t matter how powerful you are.And I also believe there has to be a start to this move.Its even disgraceful to realize that the most powerful and so-called rational and educated people whom we have trusted and gave them the authority by voting to make the most important decisions of our country are all corrupted. Majority of the people of our country are poor. They don’t even get to eat two times a day. But these people billions and billions of money saved in their bank. I can’t help but wonder that kind of irresponsible persons they are and how much were they committed to their work. All I want to say is if these people have done to much wrong to the country and the betrayed the trust of innocent people of our country they should not be spared. They should be punished in every possible ways. This kind of daring move taken by the present Government doesn’t happen always. Its miracle. And it will remain as a history for the next generation. But on the other hand I really hope and pray that this Government sticks to its positive motive and proceed on with this motivation for the better of our country and the innocent people.

  • Mizanur Rahman Ripon

    I feel so bad when i heard that the daughter of shekh Mozibur Rahman got arrested from her own home at morning. My heart got shut, who could this happen???

  • mofz

    The arrest of Sheikh Hasina is one of the best things that has happened to the people of Bangladesh…both her and khaleda have done no good for the country other than fill their bank accounts..they are so corrupted that they have influenced almost all the people to live life without abiding the law..in a recent interview(by BBC) with some of the poorest peolple who gave their views about the currenmt government this is what they said
    -the bus driver said he could not load his bus to the full(meaning overcrowd it) and he could not park anywhere to load passengers
    -the ferrywala said he used to sit on the pavements to sell his goods but he is not allowed to do so now
    -the rickshawala said he gets less passengers now as some roads are restricted for pedestrian use hence he can not drive through it
    as you can see these people have lived their lives without any respect for the law and now that the new government are trying to implement the law pepople think the government is being unethical…the previous leaders have corrupted the minds and lifestyle so badly that unless one can break the law, they are not living a normal life

  • Whatever Hasina,Khaleda as well as other politicians did i never agree with that but also i cannot agree to arrest them without any strong reasons or for eyewash reasons.

    what i belive strongly is that its just a different kind of political movement to make fool all the bangladeshi people again.

    General Moin, will try to come in political field not for bangladesh and bangladeshi peoples. he will come to do as the rest of politicians did before.

    General Moin arrest all the politicians not to punished them. he just want them to leave political field so that he can play by himself easily.

    If the politicians are real guilty, and if you arrest them for your country. Shoot them all in open fire squad we peoples will not say anything for sure.

    But the story is totally different, there was 2 major political party before now it would be 1 bigger one, who can robbed our country in much better and planned way.

    It is not a far way that bangladeshi peoples will not have anything to cry even they will be just wordless very soon if they are supporting the running goverment anyway.

    Shobuz Bhai

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