None will be spared in MC college incident: HM
Published: 09:15 PM, 28 September 2020
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said that none involved in the MC College gang-rape would be spared.
He said this while addressing a discussion meeting and Milad mahfil on the occasion of Bangabandhu's daughter and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's 74th birth anniversary at the central political office of Awami League at 23 Bangabandhu Avenue on Monday.
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said the Awami League government is doing what it needs to do to establish good governance.
Responding to a question from reporters, the home minister said those involved in the incident of Sylhet MC College gang rape, have been arrested. The administration is still working to arrest those who remain absconding. No one will be spared.
"We want to see Bangladesh as a prosperous country like other countries, in which case there is no alternative to Sheikh Hasina in the power," he added.
He said work is being done to establish good governance under the direction of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. So whenever we notice injustice in any place, we are taking action immediately. No one is being let spare.
Krishak League President Krishibid Sameer Chandra presided over the function. Awami League Organizing Secretary Ahmed Hossain, Agriculture and Cooperatives Secretary Faridun Nahar Laily, Krishibid Mashiur Rahman Humayun, Krishak League General Secretary Umme Kulsum Smriti, former Organizing General Secretary Bishwanath Sarkar Bittu and other Krishak League leaders and workers were present.