The Oikya Front leader pays tribute to martyrs at the National Memorial in Savar
Jatiya Oikya Front chief Dr Kamal Hossain, reiterating that the country belongs to the people, has said that the victory of a unified people is inevitable.
He said this while talking to reporters after paying tributes to the Liberation War martyrs on Sunday, reports UNB.
He cautioned people to remain alert about those involved in unhealthy politics, using sticks to repress their opponents, disrespecting people and using black money. He also called upon the people to protect the country’s independence and values.
Marking the country’s 48th Victory Day, Dr Kamal placed wreaths at the National Martyrs’ Memorial on Sunday morning.
“The country has been freed but its people are yet to enjoy the taste of freedom. The struggle and movement for the freedom of people have to be continued,” he said.
The jurist further said: “People are the owners of this country and the country’s power has to be given back to them at any cost.”
The Oikya Front leader remarked that dictatorship and deception would not be allowed anymore, adding that those who resort to deception won’t have good consequences.
He strongly stated: “When we come here, we must keep in mind how much we had to pay to achieve our independence. The desires of the martyrs – the rule of law, democracy and people’s right – have to be reassessed.”