Shipping minister Shahjahan Khan said Begum Khaleda Zia could better stay in Pakistan as she is echoing the remarks of Pakistan.
He was addressing a mass rally organised by International War Crimes Mass Trial Committee at Motijheel's Sonali Bank Chattar in the capital demanding the listed 195 Pakistani Army personnel to be exposed to justice on 1971 war crimes' charges.
Khan, also convenor of the committee, said, "We would continue our movement until the listed 195 Pakistani soldiers will be exposed to justice and Bangladeshi properties which were looted by Pakistan will be brought back." He said the Muslims, Hindu, Buddhist and Christian unitedly participated in the Liberation War.
"The blood of the people of all religious faiths is red-colured. But a vested quarter is hatching conspiracy to create discrimination among the people of different religious faiths," Khan said adding there is no place of communalism in Bangladesh.
He said Pakistan is a shameless nation as it had not taken any lesson after being beaten by Bangalees. The nation, which denied the atrocities they carried out during the Liberation War, must be called as an uncivilized one, Khan said. He called for seizing all properties of war criminals and severing all social relations with them.
Jatiya Press Club President Shafiqur Rahman, the host committee's joint convener journalist Abed Khan, Shirin Akhtar, MP, actress Rokeya Prachi and Sonali Bank Muktijoddha Sangsad Unit Command member secretary Abul Kalam Azad, among others, joined the rally, according to BSS. -Mithun