Sangram office vandalised for terming for terming Quader Mollah 'martyr'

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13th December, 2019 09:12:07 printer

Sangram office vandalised for terming for terming Quader Mollah 'martyr'

The office of the Daily Sangram has been vandalised after publishing a report stating Jammat leader Quader Mollah, who was given death sentence for crimes against humanity, as a martyr.

According to media reports, some activists of an organisation named Muktijuddho Manch entered the office of the newspaper and vandalised on Friday. Later, they handed over the editor of the newspaper Abul Asad to the police. They also locked the office.

The activists’ gheraoed (sieged) the Sangram office located at Maghbazar in the capital since Friday afternoon. During this time, several copies of the newspaper were burnt. The protesters also chanted slogan and staged a rally. They also raised allegation of the daily’s involvement with Jammat-Shibir. 

General secretary of the organisation Al Mamun said they have humiliated the martyrs of the country saying war criminal Quader Mollah as a martyr.


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