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Plotters active against the country

Dr Kamal, Dr Yunus, Osman Faroque allegedly misleading foreign friends

Published : 05 Nov 2022 10:03 PM | Updated : 06 Nov 2022 03:40 PM

Some influential persons in the country are said to have become active again in hatching conspiracies against Bangladesh, its ongoing development process and existing democratic system.

Since these persons have no public support and faith in democracy, they always prefer such types of ‘backdoor policies’ through conspiracies with support from plotters at home and abroad.

As part of their as usual characteristics, sources said, these people are now on tours in different countries to make their conspiracies successful at any cost. They are trying to mislead the foreign diplomats, different world organisations and also governments of different countries, which are basically the friends of Bangladesh due to its democratic and non-communal norms and its ongoing development process under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

The sources said the conspirators have stepped up their ill-efforts ahead of the next 12th parliamentary elections, which is going to be held through a democratic way and as per the constitution of Bangladesh.

It should be mentioned that one of the lawmakers named Mujibur Rahman Chowdhury in parliament on June 28 this year demanded imposing sanctions on Prof Dr Muhammad Yunus, Hilary Clinton, and Cherie Blair so that they could not hatch any conspiracy again against Bangladesh.

The lawmaker elected from Faridpur-4 constituency (Bhanga, Sadarpur and Charvadrasan) said this while participating in the general discussion on the proposed budget for 2022-23 fiscal year.

Mujibur popularly known as Nixon Chowdhury said, "I demand sanctions on Dr Yunus, Hilary Clinton and wife of Tony Blair (Cherie Blair) so they cannot engage in any new conspiracy against the country after coming to Bangladesh."

He also urged the government to bring the Bangladeshi citizens, engaged in conspiracy over construction of Padma Bridge, to justice after filing sedition cases.

"Among those persons are Dr Yunus, Khaleda Zia, and her son Tarique Zia," he said.

According to sources, like Dr Yunus and Tarique Rahman, some other persons, including Dr Kamal Hossain, BNP leaders Barrister Moinul Hossain and Osman Faruq, are also doing same things in various ways.    

The hands of conspirators are also strengthened with the support of the anti-liberation forces and the killers of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.  It should be mentioned that conspiracies against Bangladesh are not a new phenomenon. Myriad plots and intrigues have taken place since its birth through a nine-month long Liberation War in 1971. 

The ulterior motive is to prevent Bangladesh from developing a non-communal state imbued with the spirit of the Liberation War. And the character of the conspirators is clearly perceptible. The fundamentalists who opposed the birth of the Bangladesh are repeatedly trying to change its socio-cultural and political character. The organised clique of communalists with their domestic and international allies has been constantly conspiring against the country. And the level of this conspiracy increased manifold after the trial of the war criminals had started, especially after the execution of their judgments one by one. 

In an article published on October 22 this year by news agency UNB and written by Dr. Rashid Askari, who is a bilingual writer, academic, translator and former vice chancellor of Islamic University, Kushtia it has been mentioned that the conspirators' links have a multi-dimensional trajectory. 

In their camp can be found people directly aggrieved by the execution of war crimes, the lunatic fringe involved in their communalist and violent politics, and the people and parties, who were wolves in sheep’s clothing. It was the nation’s biggest irony that, they were in power, and still are trying to grab it. The conspirators have reached such an extent that their collaboration with Israel's central intelligence agency called 'Mossad' is now common knowledge. 

As part of the conspiracy to overthrow the ruling Sheikh Hasina government, they met the high-ranking officials of ‘Mossad’ in Kolkata, Delhi and London. Intelligence sources have preserved the pictorial record of the meetings which first appeared on a website called Jerusalem 

Several other reports published in the newspapers also mentioned the date and time of the meeting of two influential leaders of BNP and Jamaat with the influential Israeli leader and Mossad agent Mendi N Safadi. A video conference with a BNP leader of Bangladesh has been in the limelight. The video footage of the conference has reportedly come to the hands of the detectives on the basis of which an initiative to arrest the person concerned had been taken. Above all, Safadi's assurance of total funding to the government has also been public knowledge. The news of the inclusion of Safadi in the conspiracy is certainly not a light matter to be dismissed.

Conspiracies are still being hatched to discredit the Sheikh Hasina government. The World Bank’s cancellation of Padma Bridge loan, US sanctions on the elite anti-crime and anti-terrorism unit Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), and the publication of US State Department’s report on alleged human rights violations in Bangladesh without any prior discussion with the government smack of a conspiracy theory. 

Indian analysts are also of the opinion that the sequence of events leading to violence during Durga Puja celebrations is part of a larger conspiracy to destabilize the Sheikh Hasina government. 

Besides, the creation of so-called 1/11, Professor Yunus’ all-out effort to form a political party, quite unbecoming to a Nobel Laureate, the British Jewish journalist David Bergman’s nose poking into Bangladesh’s internal affairs, the organized smear campaign by hired hands are acts of criminal conspiracy.

If not properly countered, these conspiracies can pose serious threats to the very existence of our secular Bangladesh. The government should identify the crux of the problem and realize the urgency of the matter. There is no question about Sheikh Hasina’s success in the politics of development. Now it's time to see how successful she becomes in suppressing the conspiracy against the country.

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