He made the remarks in response to a question from reporters after the 26th annual conference of Lions Clubs International at the Bangabandhu International Conference Center on Friday afternoon. The minister said, “The people’s commission has no legal basis. They have published a book called 2,000 Days of Terror. I don’t know what is written inside the book. We have to see these.
“In the name of whom they have blamed terrorism and corruption, none of us have done any investigation. So we can’t say anything about that. They gave. We can’t say without seeing. I have to see and tell. ‘
Hefazat has announced to join the movement if no action is taken against the people’s commission. Asked what action would be taken if they joined the movement, the home minister said, “If anyone takes the law into their own hands, we will do what we have to do.” Let me make it clear. “We want to emphasize that we do not take into account allegations that have no evidence.”Background
On May 11, the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) handed over a white paper and a list of more than 100 suspects to Moinuddin Abdullah, chairman of the ‘People’s Commission to Investigate Fundamentalist and Communal Terrorism in Bangladesh’.
A five-member delegation led by the commission’s chairman Justice Shamsuddin Chowdhury Manik and member secretary Barrister Turin Afroz handed over the list.
The list of the people’s commission has 118 names as suspects. The white paper and the list have also been submitted to the National Human Rights Commission.
The People’s Commission was formed on the joint initiative of the Committee for the Elimination of the Deadly Brokers of 1971 and the Caucus on Indigenous and Minorities in the National Assembly.
Earlier, the cover of the white paper titled ‘2000 Days of Radical Communal Terrorism in Bangladesh’ was unveiled on