Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Some questions regarding the statement of the 12 ambassadors on the incident of Hero Alam

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First lets start with Canada the country I am a citizen of Our country sheltered Bangabandhus self confessed murderer Noor Chowdhury Our government says it does not deport anyone on death row to Canada This is completely false US death penalty sends 2 murderers back to Canada The Supreme Court said in its judgment Canada may not have the death penalty but Canada must respect the law of the country where the crime was committed

As soon as the incident of Hero Alam happened, the law enforcement agencies arrested some people, some were remanded. It is strictly an internal matter of Bangladesh. Is it not a violation of Vienna Convese policy to make a statement about it?

I would like to ask three ambassadors.

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First, let’s start with Canada, the country I am a citizen of. Our country sheltered Bangabandhu’s self-confessed murderer Noor Chowdhury. Our government says it does not deport anyone on death row to Canada. This is completely false. US death penalty sends 2 murderers back to Canada Then the Supreme Court said in their judgment: “Canada may not have the death penalty, but the law of the country where the crime is committed must show respect to Canada”.

Now I am asking the United States. Rashed Chowdhury, the self-confessed death sentence murderer of Bangabandhu, was sheltered. Why not send him back to Bangladesh?

Now come to UK. Moinuddin Chowdhury, who was sentenced to death for war crimes, is enjoying his life in your country. Why are you not sending him back?

Here comes the son of corruption, convicted of corruption in multiple corruption cases, sentenced to life imprisonment in August 21st (compared to Jallianwalabagh murder) murder case, billions of nomination trade money is being deposited in your country’s bank without any hindrance, Tariq Rahman is enjoying life in your country in comfort. Do you agree with the word ethics and standards?

Look at yourself in the mirror first before giving advice to others. Bangladesh is not your colony.

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