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DHAKA Saturday 27 April 2013 , 14 Baishakh 1419, BS 15 Jamadi-us-sani 1434 HIJRI
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Breaking News : Left parties call countrywide daylong hartal for May 2 <> All RMG units shut for Apr 27-28 <> Savar municipal engineers arrested for Rana Plaza collapse <> 5 injured as cops fire shots on RMG workers at Rana Plaza <> Rana’s wife is in custody <> New Wave garment chairman Bazlus Samad Adnan, MD Mahmudur Rahman Taposh arrested over Rana Plaza tragedy
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Nasim raps MKA for remarks about Savar tragedy→ Staff Correspondent
 Awami League presidium member Mohammad Nasim Friday criticized home minister MK Alamgir for his ‘irresponsible’ remarks about Rana Plaza collapse at Savar.

In a recent interview with BBC, the home minister said the commercial building Rana Plaza collapsed as hartal supporters jolted it, sparking widespread criticism from the people

“Honorable home minister, what you told BBC about Savar tragedy is nothing but a joke. Please, investigate the incident avoiding such comments,” Nasim, said pointing at MK Alamgir.

Nasim, also former minister, said that the irresponsible remarks of some ministers and officials have put the government in an embarrassing situation.

The Awami League leader was addressing a discussion organized by Bangamata Parishad, a pro-Awami League platform, at Public Library Auditorium in the capital.

“The repeated accidents in the garment sector and no action against the culprits are tarnishing the image our country abroad. This should not happen,” Nasim said.

He also called on the garment workers not to go for violent demonstration by blocking roads and vandalizing factories as it cannot be a means of solving problems.

“Please, be patient and help the government conduct rescue operation at Savar tragedy site,” the leader said.

Nasim urged the government to bring Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) of Savar to book saying he is responsible the tragic incident.

“How the UNO can still remain in service,” he posed a question to the authorities concerned.

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