The person behind the Peelkhana assassination was not identified: Fakhrul
Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir commented that the ‘behind the scenes’ of the killings did not identify the army investigation report of the BDR mutiny incident. On Monday morning, a tribute to the people of the memory of those killed in the mutineers of the Peelkhana Peelkhana in the Banani graveyard was a tribute to the party.
Later BNP secretary general told the comment. Fakhrul Islam said that the complete investigation of the killings was not yet revealed to the nation. The investigation, which was specifically investigated by the army forces, has not yet been fully published. As a result, the question of the nation was naturally – who were the main behind this horrible incident, who were the planners, who had benefited – these things were not unlawed in the same way. We think that with the families of the deceased, there was not a proper investigation with the nation here, we should have a more thorough investigation. Taking the incident of the 2009 Peelkhana BDR assassination, Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir said, “This day is a scandal for us, a scandal for the nation. Our independence-sovereignty was hit on this day. He said, we believe, the army of independent-sovereign Bangladesh undoubtedly symbolizes the independence of Bangladesh.
To weaken them, weaken their morale was the root cause of the rebellion and killing of that day. We would like to announce this day as National Mourning Day and announce it. Mirza Fakhrul said, “We respect the martyrs and pray for their departed souls.” I extend my heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family and call on this nation to take oath of taking oath to protect the nation’s independence and sovereignty.
In the morning at 10am, at the Banani graveyard, the memorials of the memorial pillar under the leadership of the BNP secretary general were handed over. They stood silently for a while and read the sura and gave humble tribute to the dead. Afterwards leaders prayed for the forgiveness of the dead loved ones. The delegation included Hafiz Uddin Ahmed, Syed Muhammad Ibrahim, Altaf Hossain Chowdhury, Ruhul Alam Chowdhury, Fazle Elahi Akbar, Kamruzzaman, Shahjahan Mia Milon, Sarwar Hossain, Mizanur Rahman, Mahmudul Hasan, Aminul Islam, Shairul Kabir Khan. At the Peelkhana on 25th and 26th of February 2009, 74 people including 57 army officers, including BDR Director General Major General Shakil Ahmed, were brutally killed in the Bangladesh Rifles-BDR mutiny.