Hizb ut-Tahrir in Bangladesh strongly condemns the arrests of 27 party members and activists
Chief Coordinator and Official Spokesman of Hizb ut-Tahrir in Bangladesh Mohiuddin Ahmed in a press release issued today strongly condemned the arrests of 27 party members and activists yesterday (01 March) and today (02 March). He also demanded their immediate release.
Mohiuddin Ahmed said the Prime Minister and members of her cabinet held numerous meetings with the murderers during the two days of rebellion at the BDR headquarters. Instead of arresting these mass murderers, the government is busy arresting members and activists of Hizb ut-Tahrir for exposing the so-called mutiny as ‘part of a long-term plot which was carried out by India and her agents inside and outside the government.’
Mohiuddin Ahmed also condemned the government’s decision to invite the UN, US and UK for assistance in the investigations; yet the UN. US, and UK are busy butchering Muslims globally as well being vocal supporters of the government. He added that the people are shocked at the statement made by the Prime Minister’s son and advisor Sajib Wajed Joy in an interview with Al-Jazeera that there were legitimate grievances for the mutiny while the entire country is fully convinced that it was a conspiracy. This only strengthens the people’s doubts about the government’s mysterious role in the mutiny.
Official Spokesman of Hizb ut-Tahrir in Bangladesh