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The name of the persons registered below are defined as traitors because all of them opposed, betrayed or worked as forces of disruption against the liberation and the people of Bangladesh.

British India
Meer Zafar

Traded in our independence to the British colonists. Betrayed Seraj-ud-Dawla to favor British occupation of India in the Palashi war. In Bangalee culture the name Meer Zafar is synonymous with betrayal. It is used as noun and adjective. The name is so despised in Bangladesh that nobody names his son after this vile traitor.

Pakistan Period

Khaza Abdul Goni (founder of the so-called Nawab Family)
Khaza Abdul Gani was the founder of the so-called Nawab family of Dhaka. This is the only Nawab family in Bangladesh. In British India, Muslim Nawab's were the counterpart of Hindu babus. Their status and fame emanated from their alliance with and sycophancy of the British imperialism.
In May, 1857, the soldiers of Barakpur, West Bengal, first revolted against the British imperialism. On 18 November, 1857, the soldiers of Chittagong joined their comrades at Barakpur. To suppress soldiers' rebellion, the Zaminders (feudal lords) in Noakhali, Comilla, and Barisal joined hands with the British rulers. When the rebellion spread in Dhaka on 22 November, Khaza Abdul Gani, among the ancestors of Nawab Salimullah, sided with the British rulers to stop the rebellion. The victorious British authority, due to Abdul Gani's loyalty, accorded him the title, Nawab.

Abdul Gani's successors conserved the family tradition of betrayal. They were always loyal to the British rulers. They were conferred the Nawab title as a reward for their betrayal in the soldiers' rebellion in 1857. In 1905 they were awarded 14 lakh (14,000,000) takas due to their support of the division of Bengal proposed by the British rulers for their convenience. Salimullah was accorded GCSI and GCIE titles later for his support to dissolve the "division of Bengal" proposal coined by the British again for political convenience.

Liakot Ali

Khaza Nazimuddin

Monayem Khan

Liberation of Bangladesh
Khondaker Mostak

The uncouth but treacherous disciple of Jinnah, the founder of the so-called Islamic state, Pakistan. But lacking Jinnah's education and grooming, Khandaker Mostak, had been used as a dupe by the imperialist forces who exploited his naked political ambition. Due to his unenlightened character and opportunist bent of mind, Mostak was more machiavellian than Jinnah. Although Jinnah (personally secular) used Islam to compete with Nehru (he could never be the premier of India) and instigated communal riots to achieve his political goals, he did not involve in the murder of his political colleagues. Whereas Mostak not only nipped in the bud the mainstream secular politics in Bangladesh but also ruthlessly murdered his political colleagues to perpetuate political recession into Islamic medievalism.

During the liberation war, Mostak opposed by all means the independence of Bangladesh: he tried to subvert the provisional government from within as well as the war of independence through conspiracy in alliance with the vicious representatives of imperialism: the CIA and Henry Kissinger. He instigated all the top Awami league leaders to undermine and remove Taj Uddin Ahmed from the head of the provisional government and the leader of the liberation war. Mostak was also the saboteur of democracy after the military coup of 1975 backed by the anti-liberation forces from within and CIA and Henri Kissinger from without.
An arch hypocrite Mostak always maintained a shoddy Islamic appearance to veil his essentially venomous nature. His religious pretense could not fool Taj Uddin Ahmed. Taj Uddin Ahmed, competent statesman as he was, had the political acumen to quash all of Mostak's destructive plots in order to subvert Bangalees' struggle for independence (for details of Mostak's anti liberation conspiracies see Muldhara-71, Maidul Hasan, UPL). As long as Tajuddin had the leadership Mostak could not apply his venoms in the political spheres of the liberating Bangladesh. All he did was secretly plant his poison tree. But as soon as Sheikh Mujibur Rahman took over, he directly fell under the spell of Mostak's witchcraft: his sycophancy, his Islamic pretenses. The tragedy of Sk Mujib's life was the tragedy of desertion. Away from the most crucial nine months of struggling Bangladesh, Sk Mujib, the invincible nationalist leader, was unaware of the venomous cobras hidden in the top echelon of his cabinet. Sk Mujib's greatest political blunder was his progressive distance from Tajuddin and the secular politicians of his ministry since his political take over. He never asked Tajuddin how the war was won and who were the friends and foes of the nascent Bangladesh. For the next four years the vicious Mostak group took Sk Mujib away from his real comrades at arms who fought all their lives for the same cause as his: free the Bangalees from the colonial repression. The more Sk Mujib deserted Tajuddin and his colleagues and associates the more he lost his popularity, the more he went away from the hearts of the Banglaees. In 1975 when Sk Mujib almost lost everything he stood for in 1969 and completely isolated from the sources of his political power, the people, and surrounded only by the sycophants and hypocrites: Mostak inflicted his deadly blows. Mostak's henchmen killed Sk Mujib, his family including his eight year son Russell, his pregnant daughter-in-laws, and relatives. Mostak did not stop in crushing the icon of Bangalee freedom (Sk Mujib) he ruthlessly murdered all the key figures for the independence of Bangladesh (and his political colleagues for last 15 years) in Dhaka Central Jail:

Syed Nazrul Islam (Vice President), Tajuddin Ahmed (Prime Minister), Kamar Uz Zaman (Home Minister), M Mansur Ali (Finance Minister)

Mostak killed all the key figures involved in liberating Bangladesh from Pakistan as part of his vicious scheme to make a virtual Pakistan out of independent Bangladesh. He restored the pro Pakistani (Islamic) state machinery and set the ideology for the Muslim oligharchists: the army, the bureaucracy and the Mohajirs (Muslim settlers from India after 1947)

Mostak will forever be condemned as the enactor of one the most inhuman ordinances in history: The Indemnity ordinance of 1975. This monstrous ordinance constitutionally endorses the murderers of Sk Mujibur Rahman, his family, relatives and top four national leaders in Dhaka Central Jail. This ordinance also secured the hegemony of the anti-liberation forces for few decades and underscored Bangladeshi constitution as the most inhuman charter.

Kissinger on Khandeker Mostak group: "we established contact with the Bangladesh people in Calcutta, and during August, September and October of this year, no fewer than eight such contacts took place. We approached Yahya Khan three times in order to begin negotiations with the Bangladeshi people in Calcutta. The government of Pakistan accepted." :Congressional Records, December 9, 1971, P:45735

Shah Aziz

Misrepresented the causes of our war of independence at the UN in 1971 where he reinforced the Pakistani propagandas about our liberation war i.e.: it was a conflict between Pakistani defense forces and the separatist Hindu activists. Served the office of the prime minister during general Zia regime.

Anwar Zahid

Anwar Zahid, a leading member of the (pro Chinese) East Pakistan Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist) in the 1960s and a member in the cabinet of president Ershad in the mid 80s, was a collaborator of the Pakistan army in 1971, and acted as an intelligence gatherer for the military during the war.

It has been revealed, in an official investigation, that Zahid had been working as an informer of the military since the 1960s. Zahid visited West Pakistan in early 1960s, and held series of meetings with military intelligence officers, and received a sum of 500,000 rupees as payment. This information was provided by Zahid's former party colleague Nurunnabi, and Lutfe Alam, a close friend. His association with the Pakistan military intelligence became known within his party circles and he was later expelled from the EPCP (M-L). But he maintained contact with leaders of the party and the EPCP (M- L) later collaborated with the Pakistan army during the war of 1971.

Lutfe Alam, an advocate at the High Court, said that when the National Awami Party (NAP) led by Maulana Bhasani, decided to boycott the 1970 parliamentary polls, Zahid and some of his comrades resigned from the party. Zahid's complaint was that if NAP boycotted the polls, then the nationalist Awami League would win, which would lead to the break up of Pakistan, turning East Pakistan into a province of India. Pakistan military intelligence had similar analysis about the elections and prospect of a Awami League victory.

During the war of independence Zahid became an active informer of the Pakistani army. Aktar Jahan Begum, the landlady of the house where Zahid lived as a tenant in 1971, said, "Zahid was fanatically against the liberation war. Officers of the military used to regularly visit his house, and stay till late at night. Our neighbors, frightened by Zahid's close association with the military, asked my husband to tell him to move and rent another house. When my husband asked Zahid to leave, he got very angry and threatened to tell the army. After that, Zahid did not even pay his rent regularly. We could not say anything out of fear. Since they rented a part of our house, and we lived in the adjoining part, his wife and children used to visit us regularly. His wife Laili told us that there were regular secret meetings with army officers and leaders of political parties opposed to the liberation war in her house. Laili said Zahid was particularly friendly with one Major Siddique Salik. There were other officers, like Major Malik, Captain Chowdhury etc., who visited their house regularly".

Jamal Nasser, son of the landlady, said, "I used to be friends with Zahid's daughters Shoma and Antu. They used to always brag about their dad's friendship with army officers. Shoma also said that Zahid used to have regular rows with his wife over his hobnobbing with army officers. Shoma said her mother often called Zahid a 'killer' and a 'crony' and other names".

One Atiqur Rahman Khan was a neighbor of Zahid at the time. His son Syed Ahanimad Khan said "Zahid used always to propagate against the liberation war and tell us to join the Razakar force. Atique used to visit his house regularly and often saw leaders of political parties and army officers having meetings there. I once met Major Salik personally".

It is apparent from the above testimony that Zahid used to conduct his intelligence work through Major Salik. Siddique Salik was top intelligence officer, who worked under the guise of the military's public relations officer. Haider, a journalist working for the daily Jahane Nao, a newspaper published during the war period, said Zahid once organized a reception party at the national press club in honor of this Major Salik. "Zahid was the first to invite Salik to the press club, to facilitate gathering of intelligence about the freedom fighters from working journalists", he said.

Prior to the liberation war, Zahid was the chief reporter of an English daily The People. The editor of the paper, Abidur Rahman also pointed out Zahid's intimacy with the intelligence officers, particularly Salik. During the war, Zahid also worked as a supplier of provisions to the Pakistan army. This was confirmed by Haji Selim, son of Sobhan Sardar, a prominent wholesale businessman at Shyam Bazar. Selim said, "Zahid used to buy large amounts of goods from our shop"

One indication of Zahid's anti-liberation activities came from a small item of news published in the daily Purbadesh, on Oct 12, 197 1, which informed its readers that "the general secretary of NAP, Mashiur Rahman and former joint secretary Anwar Zahid met with leaders of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) in Dhaka on Oct I I Monday. Maulana Kawser Niazi, publicity secretary of the PPP said that the talks had been fruitful". It may be mentioned here that the PPP, like the Jamaat-i- Islami, also backed the Pakistan army's campaign against the people of Bangladesh.

Salauddin Quader Chowdhury

Who is Salahuddin Quader (Saka) Chowdhury ?

Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury (commonly known as Saka Chow), son of Late Fazlul Quader (Foka) Chowdhury, hails from village Gohira under Rouzan police station of Chittagong district. A member of the parliament, Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury is the advisor for parliamentary affairs to the Prime Minister Mrs. Khaleda Zia. He is a very controversial character and is notorious for involvement in criminal activities and shifting allegiance to political ideologies. One may wonder as to how Saka Chowdhury gets elected as a member of parliament. He wins simply by the power of the muscle intimidating voters and stuffing ballot boxes. His notoriety as a godfather and a mafia don and his ruthless suppression of any opposition win him parliamentary elections.

During the War of Liberation of Bangladesh Saka led an extensive campaign against the freedom of the country and lent all out support to the Pakistan occupation army. All his heinous activities were concentrated in the district of Chittagong. Under the guidance of his father Foka Chowdhury and with the support of his brother Giasuddin Quader Chowdhury and many such like-minded anti-liberation people he conducted anti-liberation war activities from his Good’s Hill residence in Chittagong.

Prior to the surrender of Pakistani occupation force in Bangladesh Salahuddin fled the country. After the unfortunate and brutal murder of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on 15TH August 1975 the absconding Salahuddin returned home.

Why is Salahuddin not fit for the position of SG, OIC?

He is a War Criminal: In 1971 he killed civilians, killed people on political, religious and racial grounds. He was deeply involved in looting public and private properties.

He is a Mafia Don: He is well known for his involvement in smuggling business. Everyone in Chittagong is aware if his terrorist activities. He manages his activities through a powerful mafia network within the country. For smuggling, he also has a strong network outside the country. Nothing happens to him even after publicly calling Khaleda Zia a bitch. This proves how strong is his influence in the higher level of the present government and how heavy is his financial strength. This also gives an idea about his network outside the country.

He is a Godfather: As a practicing political leader he provides shelter to smuggling rings and terrorist cadres who serve his wishes.

He is a Political Opportunist: He has switched from party to party with the change of political regimes. He is completely unscrupulous in gaining his objectives and uses regionalism or religion whatever suits for political gains and for hiding his misdeeds:

He is unreliable: He began his political life as a member of the Muslim League in Pakistan. Returning to Bangladesh he joined the new Muslim League as resurrected under the patronage of the then military ruler General Ziaur Rahman. He switched over to Jatiya Party when the next military ruler General H M Ershad launched the party and became a Minister under him. When Ershad Government faced problems he left JP and formed a new Party of his own. Later he switched to BNP and was elected an MP. In an interesting drama he was expelled from BNP in May 2001 but was taken back in September to contest the elections in October 2001.

Some facts about Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury

1. Report from The National People’s Investigation Commission on the collaborators and war criminals of 1971.

The National People’s Investigation Commission was formed with eleven prominent personalities of the country to investigate the activities of the war criminals during the liberation war of Bangladesh. A report released by the commission on 26 March 1995 revealed Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury’s heinous misdeeds in 1971. Following are some excerpts from the report.

a) In an article on 8TH January, 1972 in The Dainik Bangla the following was reported on the anti-liberation activities of Salahuddin Qader Chowdhury. "Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury and his father Fazlul Quader Chowdhury used to pick up and bring hundreds of young men to their Good’s Hill bungalow in Chittagong and torture them brutally. Among these unfortunate people was Late Dr.Sanaullah’s son. On 17TH July 1971 Salahuddin picked up student leader Farooque and killed him with the help of the Pakistani soldiers. From 26TH March till the liberation of the country a platoon of Pakistani soldiers was stationed to guard his bungalow. After liberation, on 18TH December 1971 the freedom fighters caught Fazlul Quader Chowdhury along with his family members when they were fleeing Chittagong carrying more than 120 pounds of looted gold ornaments". Incidentally S Q Chowdhury had alreat fled the country.

b) On page 69 of his book ‘The History of Bangalee’s War of Liberation’, Mahbub-ul-Anwar wrote, "Nizamuddin was released from the Chittagong Jail on 18TH November. And Nizam relates... ‘I was picked up on 5TH July. Then I was taken to Fazlul Quader Chowdhury. There, Fazlul Quader’s son Salahuddin along with his accomplices Khoka, Khalil and Yusuf tied my hands behind and started beating me up with thick batons and canes. They continued this for about five hours when I finally lost consciousness. On the night of 6TH July at 11 O’clock they dispatched me to the stadium. Till then I was not given anything to eat, not even a drop of water.... On 13TH July I was sent to jail. During this period they used to regularly beat me hanging me by my legs. The only food for the day was two pieces of hand rolled bread and water. They used to kick me on any pretext. In such a situation, being a Muslim, in my Namaz I prayed to Allah for solace. Even in my Namaz they used to kick me from behind, shouting, "You have turned a Hindu, Namaz is not for you".

c) On 13TH April Principal Natun Chandra Sinha was killed. Setting up a machine gun on the roof Gohira High School the military started firing all around from the morning. Many of the bullets hit the Kundeswari Building. Earlier, the venerable principal, pre-empting such a situation, had moved away the occupants of the building. But he himself stayed back holding on to the Kundeswari Building. Expecting the military to pay a visit he had laid out chairs and tables in the courtyard to greet them. The military did come in two jeeps. In one of the jeeps was riding Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury, son of Fazlul Quader Chowdhury. Behind them were stationed four tanks on the Kundeswari Road, set ready for attack. The principal greeted and entertained the military personnel. He explained to them the welfare work undertaken by his organization and informed them of his intention to continue with it. Being satisfied the military left. However, Salahuddin brought them back again, because his father had instructed him not to leave this infidel alive. On that day the bravery was not of the people with arms in hand. It was the courage of the unarmed seventy-year-old man that made it memorable. He stood still, ready to embrace martyrdom. They fired thrice at him. One bullet hit him just below one of his eyes. One hit his hand and the third went into his chest. Crying out for his mother he fell to the ground. For him it were not the Hindus only who lamented but many Muslims also cried.

d) The hearing of the case of Nutan Chandra Sinha’s murder was held in 1972. There were 12 witnesses including Nutan Chandra Sinha’s son Sattya Ranjan Sinha. The FIR number of the case is U/S302/120(13)/298 under Bangladesh Penal Code. The hearing began on 29TH January, 1972. Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury and five other defendants were absconding. On the other hand, rest of the defendants including his father Fazlul Quader Chowdhury was in jail custody. In the charge sheet of the case it was mentioned that the complaints against Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury and other defendants were proven true.

e) Thirteenth April will be remembered for yet another sad death. A band of rogues led by Salahuddin entered the house of Chittaranjan Biswas a respected resident of Gohira at half past ten in the morning. They picked up Biswas’s son Doyal Hori Biswas, a student leader, and brutally killed him.

Sheikh Mohammad Jahangir, son of another martyr of Chittagong, informed the People’s Investigation Commission that on 17TH April 1971 with the help of the Pakistan Army Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury and his accomplices picked up his father Shaheed Sheikh Muzaffar Ahmed and his brother Shaheed Sheikh Alamgeer from a road in Hathazari and took them to the nearby Pakistan Army camp. And later on they were killed in that camp. After liberation, complainant Sheikh Mohammad Jahangir also filed a case against Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury and his accomplices.

Harun-ur-Rashid Khan, is a leader of Jatya Party in Chittagong. During the liberation war in 1971 he was a liaison officer of the liberation army (he was appointed to that post by the commander of Sector 1, Major Rafiqul Islam). While discharging his duty Harun-ur-Rashid formed an intelligence cell and with the help of informers he collected information on Salahuddin and the killings, lootings and other activities carried out by him. Compiling the information he used to send reports to the commander of Sector 1, Major Rafiqul Islam and the political leaders engaged in the war. While doing this job he came to know how Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury and his father Fazlul Quader Chowdhury and their accomplices used to pick up and bring innumerable number of freedom fighters and the like minded people to their Good’s Hill residence and kill them by brutal torture. They even picked up women and handed them to the military for their carnal pleasure. Just before liberation Salahuddin fled the country. The freedom fighters missed him narrowly while chasing him. However, it is believed that of the bullets fired at him one had hit him in the thigh.

2. The Terrorist Connection

a) AK 47 Case : Top terrorist Rafiq alias Bachaiya was arrested by the army on 27 November 2002 during Operation Clean Heart, launched by the present regime against terrorism. The army recovered one AK 47 rifle, one 9 mm pistol, one indigenous pistol, a bulletproof jacket along with 4 rifle magazines and one pistol magazine, 195 rounds of AK 47 bullets, 7 rounds of pistol bullets and 16 pieces of knives from Bachaiya. Bachaiya was a tea-boy in a teashop in 1989-90. In 1992 he came into contact with the Saka Group (Salahuddin’s group of terrorists). Having joined Saqa Group he eventually turned into a top terrorist with blessings of Salahuddin. After his arrest Bachaiya told the newspaper reporters that whatever murder, kidnapping, extortion and arson he committed were done under the orders of Salahuddin and his brother Giasuddin.*

b) Nitol Murder : An activist of the BNP student wing Chhatradal, Shahidul Alam Nitol was gunned down on 29 May 2001 in front of Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury’s residence at Good’s Hill in Chittagong. After the incident, the police nabbed Salahuddin while he was fleeing from his house along with his 11 accomplices. As evidence, several bullet shells were recovered from the front of the sentry box of Salahuddin’s residence. Nitol’s fault was that he had refused the invitation from Salahuddin to join his terrorist group. A case (no. 87/29.5.2001) was filed against Salahuddin along with his accomplices in this regard. It is interesting to note that after the BNP Alliance came to power the names of Salahuddin and his brother were secretly withdrawn from the case on 4 November 2002 whereas the very same party had earlier made allegations against him for this murder.

c) Recovery of Illegal Arms : After Nitol murder on 29 May 2001 police raided Salahuddin’s residence the same evening and recovered 2 telescopic rifles, 1 revolver, 1 pistol, 2 air-guns, 3 Motorola Wireless sets, 173 rounds of rifle bullets, 250 rounds of pistol bullets, 52 cartridges, 1 sword, 2 knives, 3 daggers and 3 bullet-proof jackets. None of the fire-arms were licensed. The police also collected a pistol and 57 rounds of bullets from his person. A case was filed against him under the Arms Act.

d). Cadre Arrested : On 6 June 2003 police arrested 3 armed cadres of Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury from his village home in Rouzan, Chittagong. The police recovered 2 single-barrel and 1 double-barrel guns. These miscreants were involved in extortion, ransom and toll-collection in the area under the protection of Salahuddin.

3. International Terrorist Connection & Smuggling

a. While working as a broker at the Dhaka International Airport in 1976-77 S Q Chowdhury came into contact with the international terrorist/smuggling network. In 1977-78 he developed acquaintance with the infamous international smuggler Haji Mastan in Dubai. With the help of Haji Mastan he started his shipping business of Q.C. Teal. While conducting international smuggling he befriended Daud Ibrahim in Dubai and Imtiaz Khodadad in Karachi. He also used to supply arms to the rebels in Afghanistan and Sri Lanka.

b. Assistant Police Superintendent of Ukhia Circle in Cox’s Bazar sent a report (Memo no.1811 dated 26.6.2000) to the Police Superintendent of Cox’s Bazar. The report quoted that on secret information the police had learnt that during the previous BNP regime (1991-96) Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury smuggled in modern arms and ammunition from different countries to supply to the Rohingya separatists. The Assistant Police Super also furnished a list of 12 illegal arms traders with Salahuddin’s name topping the list.

c) The Asia Times in its 6 February 2002 issue wrote in an article "Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury and his brother Giasuddin Quader Chowdhury both BNP leaders and alleged smugglers are actively involved in abetting fundamentalists, militant groups such as Harkat-ul-Jihad and rightist political parties such as JEI and IOJ".

d) On 14 October 1996 a group of 12 motor bikers were coming out of Jetty # 3 of Chittagong Port where a ship of Q.C. Teal was moored. Noticing their suspicious movement the police on duty challenged them and recovered 168 pieces of gold bars worth Taka 11.7 million. Also recovered from them was a delivery note of Q.C. Teal bearing number 954/96. All these 12 bikers were the employees of Q.C. Teal. In this connection a case was filed the same day 14 October 1996 with the Port Police station under Customs Act 165(8) and under Section 25B of Special Powers Act. Needless to mention that Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury owns Q.C.Teal.

4. Rauzan: The locality of horror and terror

Once Rouzan, which is the heart of the constituency S Q Chowdhury represents, was a very peaceful place where its inhabitants could move around freely, could laugh without restrictions, could cry in the open without fear and had faith in each other. Today, the scenario has changed. With murders, torture of the minorities, kidnapping, extortion and theft on the everyday menu Rouzan is now benumbed, dead. During the last 16 years more than 200 murders were committed in Rouzan (The Daily Janakantha 20.5.2003), the electoral constituency of Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury. Here, each and every voter has to be the supporter of Salahuddin. Or else the person would be permanently eliminated. No one can speak against the reign of terror unleashed by Salahuddin and his followers.

On 25 April 1991 the local Awami League leader Abdullah Al-Harun filed an election case with the Election Commission against Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury and his accomplices. Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury was number one in the list of the seven defendants in the case. Relating the misdeeds of Salahuddin, Abdullah Al-Harun mentioned, ‘the number one defendant believes in using force, brutality and terrorism. He never cares about law. He never had any respect toward the election rules and norms. Neither does he believe in people’s mandate’.

5. Latest News

Right now, Salahuddin is in the centre of a controversy for his obscene and most derogatory comments about women of Bangladesh and the state language movement that he made while addressing the closing ceremony of a book fair on 31 May 2003 in the town of Feni.

Protest against the nomination of Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury

Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury cannot in any circumstances be considered for any association with OIC. May we request the honorable members of OIC to reject this nominee to nip the heinous attempt to disgrace the organization in the bud.

Authored by: Sarwar Hossain, DESHDIGANTA and Ranjan Chowdhury, CANADA

Maudud Ahmed

This is the Moudud Ahmed, always successfully keeping himself in prominent roles in power politics of Bangladesh, and his dubious and ambitious career goes on without any check and balance from any government in Bangladesh! This stained character always remains “clean” due to our power hungry anti people politics! Even Awami League also flirts with him time to time! During our liberation war this young ambitious lawyer got the post of Post Master General, though he was never be an AL standard bearer politician rather doing AL’s main political rival Bhasani politics at that time! After 1975 tragedy Moudud’s star turned from glimpsing one to a shining one due to Ziaur Rahman’s success in making politics an open field for the most opportunists and principle less power hungry ones! Turned to Deputy Prime Minister in Zia era and did lots of misdeeds at that time! After fall of BNP regime under unscrupulous Bisho Behaiha Ershad’s coup one of the first victim of BNP ministers was Moudud, who was arrested for multi corruption charges but in one fine morning nation surprisingly knew that without any trial, conviction or any legal proceedings against this most corrupted minister (mind it unscrupulous Ershad justified his coup against BNP’s Sattar government by highlighting the Corruption issue and that was the main factor of that coup to bring the most corrupt regime in power in Bangladesh and that saga is still going on in Bangladesh) not only released from the jail rather enthroned with getting back powerful ministries under Bisho Behaiha Ershad! Ershad pours all the old wines in new bottles in Bangladesh politics and such a way Moudud continued his prominent roles in our government and political arena. He started his ministerial duplicity probably by giving back the abandoned properties to the Pakistani Razakars and collaborators, which he began in Zia era and completed in Ershad era! He visited Pakistan at that time with the intention to make profit from his unscrupulous counsel to anti Bengali people in Pakistan to get back their fallen properties in BD!

After our liberation war our government abandoned lots of properties, which belonged to the people who publicly expressed and showed their allegiance to Pakistan – not to Bangladesh and its people and government – who were termed as “collaborator”! Bongobondhu’s government allotted most of those abandoned properties to martyred families. Dolly Azad was the female MP in Ayub’s Parliament from Ayub’s Muslim League party and she was involved in her all through political career with anti Bengali activities. In 1971 Dolly Azad openly took side with Pakistani killer regime and worked against our liberation war. Eventually she lost her citizenship of Bangladesh right after our independence alike Nurul Amin, Golam Azam etc. due to anti Bnagladesh role! She had a very big house along with a vast land in 19 New Eskaton Road and that was just next to Nurul Amin’s house! Both the houses were declared abandoned in 1972 and allotted to martyr families/some organizations to work for distressed women/Martyr families! The 19 New Eskaton House of Dolly Azad was allotted to the families of the prominent journalist of the land Shaheed Serajuddin Hossain, the Ex-News Editor of Daily Ittefaq and Dhaka University’s Professor of Mathematics Dr. Abul Kalam Azad – both the intellectuals were brutally killed by Razakars and Al-Badars, the cadres of Jamati Islam on 10th and 14th December 1971 respectively!

Moudud visited Pakistan as a minister in early 80’s and gave counsel to those Pakistani Collaborators, who lost their properties in Bangladesh due to loosing Citizenship for their perpetrating roles and collaborating with Pakistani killers in 1971, how to get back those properties and how to evade the existing law of the land! Under Moudud’ guidance and counsel those Pakistani Citizens produced forged court documents by putting back date on the documents, which proved that those collaborators before loosing their Bangladeshi citizenship handed over their respective properties to their children or wife or any family members, who are lawfully Citizen of Bangladesh; So, Bangladesh government cannot take any Citizen’s property under the Abandoned Property Law because that property was not Abandoned at all! By doing that Moudud opened up the way once more to launder our properties to Pakistan – thus, Pakistani Citizens’ closest family members, who were Citizen of Bangladesh, just superficially lodged a case against the government in the court and demanded to get back their properties, which were “unlawfully” taken by Bangladesh Government, and Zia and Ershad’s governments did not contest those cases in the court and “willingly” lose each and every case and those properties in wink of an eye transferred to those collaborators’ hands and right away they cashed in those property by selling those properties and took the money from Bangladesh to their beloved country Pakistan!

In that duplicity Dolly Azad got back her property but while Zia/Sattar governments willingly subdued; rather facing the case they gave up so early stage that then families of Shaheed Serajuddin Hossain and Dr. Abul Kalam Azad went to the court and Dr. Kamal Hossain and his law firm fought for them in the court! But before the court proceeding got any shape Ershad’s coup was being completed and another most opportunist and corrupt regime got in to the power. Since Ershad’s Martial Law prohibited all civil liberties, so, then there was no way to remain in court fight because citizens of the land lost that civil right under ML! So, in this interim period the interested party took all the chances under Martial Law – with 2 hour eviction notice a magistrate came with 2 platoons of Police forces to evict the families of martyr of this land Shaheed Serajuddin Hossain and Dr. Abul Kalam Azad! The police activities to evict the Shaheed families in such a way generated immense curiosity to the street people – at least to them that appeared that the Police was acting against some criminals! In 2 hours with 8 children the widow of Shaheed Serajuddin Hossain had to leave the house and came down to the street by the order of Bangladesh government – irony of fate was that in this Bangladesh another government with full respect, dignity and honor gave the shelter to the widow and 8 children of Shaheed Serajuddin Hossain in that same house just few years ago!

At that time there was an analytical report published in Weekly Bichitra, which indicated how Zia government’s prominent minister (Moudud) made that bartered deal with collaborators of Pakistan to give them back their fallen properties in Bangladesh to cash in and launder that to Pakistan by depriving Bangladesh once again!

This is the tale of our “patriot” politicians of Bangladesh and its politics! And thus Moudud saga continues and we, the public, are eagerly waiting to see what is next in Moudud’s duplicity to betray our nation once again!

Saleem R. Noor, New York, USA
[Saleem R. Noor is the son of Shaheed Serajuddin Hossain]

Nazmul Huda Mithu

Military Dictators
General Ziaur Rahman

Zia is the reincarnation of Aurangjib in Bangladeshi politics. The ultimate fake hero made protégé by his renegade followers to rival the real hero of Bangladesh history: Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Zia hails from a settler family in Bogra, northern part of Bangladesh where his father migrated from India after1947. Zia was primarily an opportunist army officer who nipped in the bud the spirit of liberation war. Zia: a. reversed the political orientation from secularism to Islamic palace politics. b. rehabilitated the anti- liberation forces (Razakars i.e.: Muslim leaguers and Islamic fundamentalists) in our politics and society. c. amended the constitution of Bangladesh to make a virtual Pakistan out of independent Bangladesh.

Click here to read more about General Ziaur Rahman

General Ershad

General Ershad finished what Zia started in 1975: corrupting the social and political institutions and establishment of militarism by progressively undermining the civil leadership and civic society in Bangladesh. In this regard both of them were successors of the Pakistani military dictator, Gen Ayub Khan. Click here for Ershad's profile

Partners in Crime
Taher Uddin Thakur

Mustak's fellow conspirator in the murder of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, his family and the four national leaders in Dhaka Central jail.

Mahabubul Alam Chashi

The other notorious associate of Khandaker Mostak since 1970. Chashi was the foreign secretary in the ministry of foreign affairs of the provisional government and worked under direct supervision of Khandaker Mostak, the then foreign minister. Mostak's right hand Chashi, as he was called, used to pass top secret state and security information to the US officials. He was also instrumental to fan the youth leaders of Awami League (specially Sk Moni) against the leadership of Tajuddin Ahmed so as to subvert the liberation of Bangladesh.

Kamal Siddique
The administration of Khaleda Zia, the semi-illiterate widow of the former military dictator Zia, is crowned with a notorious killer Kamal Siddique whose main aim is to talibanize Bangladesh. Kamal a veteran killer was trained and mentored by notorious Khondoker Mostak. Khaleda Zia appointed Kamal as her principal secretary when she formed the government in coalition with Jamat-e-Islami. Kamal was the right hand of killer Khondoker Mostak. During our liberation war, Kamal was the private secretary under Mostak. The CIA, Kissinger and Paki agents were in contact with Mostak through Kamal Siddique and Mahbubul Alam Chashi to foil our liberation war. After the independence, the same group conspired to Islamize Bangladesh. Kamal Uddin Siddique was one of the master minds behind the Islamist coup of 1975 killing the key secular politicians of Bangladesh movement.

In Khaleda's cabinet Kamal is the key person helping Jamaat-i-Islam and other Islamic fundamentalist parties to eliminate the religious minorities (Buddhists, Christians and Hindus) and even Quadiani Muslim sect (Ahmadiyas) of Bangladesh. It was Kamal who kept the administration inactive during the systematic killing and torturing of religious minorities in Bangladesh on various occasions since the election of 2001. Kamal Siddique left Bangladesh in the aftermath of the jail killings. Later he returned to Bangladesh on invitation from the military dictator Ziaur Rahman, Khaleda's husband. Since 1971, Kamal has never stopped conspiring against the processes of secularization and democracy undertaken by any governments in Bangladesh. In fact, the intelligence department accused him of an involvement in a conspiracy for creating unrest in the administration. The intelligence department brought a charge sheet against him in a case in Lalbagh police station ( case number 59 of December 20, 1995 Ref: "Kagoj”, New York, USA).

Being blessed with Khaleda's favor the charge against Kamal went under the carpet. Not only Kamal, Khaleda released thousands of criminals from jail after 2001 election to realize her husband's concept of democracy in Bangladesh politics. These criminals are involved in a noble mission of cleaning Bangladesh off the infidels, non-Muslims and heretics (liberal Muslims). Kamal has been working die hard to implement the long-term plan of the hard core Islamist organizations.

Colonel (s) Faruk & Rashid

Colonel Faruk

Colonel Rashid

Like Zia and Ershad, this duo, colonel Faruk and Colonel Rashid, brothers-in-law in real life, belong to the settler (muhajeer) families. In the Military coup of 1975, this evil duo led the artillery band to assassinate Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahamn, his whole family, relatives and neighbors.

Kazi Zafar: The Sugar Thief

Born in 1939, Kazi Zafar alias Sugar Zafar (more precisely sugar thief) hails from Chauddogram of Comilla district. Kazi Zafar Ahmed was originally a student leader at Dhaka University.

He was a student leader of the pro-Chinese (i.e. Maoist) student league: Biplobi Chhatro Union. They were critical of pro-Soviet Chhatro Union. Basically they are Islamic leftists united by the hatred against the Hindus and anti-Indian sentiment. Socially they belong to the provincial landed gentry who occupied Hindu properties after the partition. Despite reading bulk of Marxist literature they could not overcome their Muslim selves. The pro-Chinese leftists were always inclined to extremist underground parties such as Shiraz Sikdar's Sarbohara Party. But in the last thirty years of their extremist politics they hardly killed any police officers let alone the army officers. They killed their fellow political activists more than their class enemies. Strange may it sound the pro-Chinese leftists supported all the military dictators starting with general Ayub Khan. Liberal democratic party Awami League's is their sworn enemy. Since 1967 the pro-Chinese leftists have been opposing Awami League and supported, whether publicly or secretly, all the military dictators. Dozens of pro-Chinese leftist leaders decorated the cabinets of the military dictators.

The whole group of pro-Mao leftists fell into a dilemma during the liberation war in 1971 because Mao's China sided with the Paki dictator Yahya Khan. Most of them weren't clear about what they should do. Many of them went to India to save their skin. After all, the killer Pakistani occupation army didn't know how to distinguish the pro-Soviet leftists from pro-Chinese leftists. They're assigned to eliminate the secular Bangalee intellectuals and politicians.

After 1971 and encouraged by Mujib’s forgiving attitude, the pro-Chinese leftists became active to undermine the politics of Awami League and Sk Mujib's influence in Bangladesh. Many of them were even funded by Pakistani intelligence (ISI for example Anwar Zahid). According to some newspaper report pro-Mao underground leader Toaha used to correspond directly with Bhutto.

During 1972-73 the pro-Chinese leftists factions joined hands with the anti-liberation forces and carried out sabotage activities in the Eastern and Northern regions of Bangladesh to discredit the nascent Awami League government formed by Sk Mujib and his associates. A pro-Chinese weekly magazine “ The Weekly Bichitra” highlighted the weaknesses of Sk Mujib government. Their subversive activities compelled Mujib to form the BKSAL comprising all the pro-liberation political parties (NAP, CPB and Congress). After the fall of BKSAL and the assassination of Sk Mujib, all anti-liberation parties resurfaced and backed up by the military dictator Zia formed an anti-AL and anti-Mujib political platform. Kazi Zafar was one of the champions of anti liberation political alliances. He joined hands with general Zia along with the notorious collaborators like Sabur Khan and Shah Azizur Rahman. They formed a party named Peoples' Democratic Party (PPP). Those pro-Chinese politicians deliberately misguided the post war generation so as to rehabilitate the Razakars (war criminals and collaborators) in Bangladesh under the leadership of general Zia.

As soon as his interests were served general Zia formed a united front and dissolved Kazi Zafar's party. He remained with Zia for sometime as the education minister. Zia used to be very harsh when dealing with the political leaders. As per the BNP insiders Zafar had to resign due to personality clash. Zia only liked those politicians who could unconditionally lick his boots.

Kazi Zafar later joined Zia’s successor general Ershad. Unlike Zia Ershad used any politicians who served him to achieve his goals (money and women) During Ershad’s regime Zafar became the Prime Minister. It's reported that Kazi Zafar created artificial crisis to import sugar from overseas. He sold thousands of tonnes of sugar, sent to Bangladesh as relief for the flood affected people, in the black market and made millions of dollars. Sugar price hiked so high that even the urban middle classes found it expensive. To make money many greedy businessmen mixed urea (very fine and white fertilizer) with sugar and sold them. People started suffering from kidney problems as urea damages kidneys. Since the premiership of Kazi Zafar, deaths due to kidney failure multiplied. He was so hated by the common people that they named sugar after him "Zafar". People would say at grocery shops “give me 250 grams of Zafar”. After a decade since the fall of Ershad, still people call him Chini Zafar. Some of his associates were involved in smuggling sugar. He was found guilty in one of the corruption cases filed against him a few years ago. He left Bangladesh and took shelter in Australia to escape prosecution.

As the prime minister of Ershad govt, Zafar used his authority to develop his family property. In Khulna Zafar’s family owns a hundred acres of lands. Zafar declared to donate that huge block of land for a proposed cancer hospital and allotted thousands of tonnes of wheat sent to Bangladesh as foreign aid for “food for work” program to develop the property. But once the property is developed Zafar, instead of handing the property to the hospital as promised, turned the land into real estate business with a massive turn over. Obviously the so called “cancer institute’ is one of Zafarite trick to make money using foreign aids. After the fall of dictator Ershad, Zafar like his other mates, disappeared to save his skin from peoples’ grunts. During the Khaleda Zia regime (as it was agreed on by the anti Ershad alliance) all the Ershad’s cabinet ministers, including Zafar, were put on trial on corruption charges. Zafar used his political influence (Abdul Mannan Bhuiyan being one of his old mates in the key position of BNP govt) to delay his trial indefinitely. But the fate betrayed him when, to his utter dismay, Awami League came to the power in the next election. Knowing that he could not delay his trial during the Awami League government as he had nobody to intervene in the judicial process, Zafar sat with a dozen of top solicitors of to discuss his chances. All agreed that Zafar would not be able to escape conviction. Having no option left Zafar decided to leave Bangladesh and take political shelter in some western countries.

Zafar deliberately came to Australia because he knew he could not get refugee status in UK or USA because the officials, unlike their Australian counterparts, of those countries are aware of Zafar’s corruption and his ignoble role in Bangladeshi politics. The Bangladeshis living in UK or USA are much more politically aware than the Bangladeshis living in Australia. His assessment was correct. Nobody knows how a man of his profile can obtain refugee status in Australia. The Dept of Immigration has no record in their files about his past crimes. The immigration minister himself expressed his ignorance in regards to Zafar’s refugee status.

In Australia one of his relatives and a Maost supporter, Anis Chowdhury, took initiative to rehabilitate Zafar in Australian society. He approached a few Bangladeshi community leaders to welcome his fallen leader in the community. The community leaders declined to revive the fallen angel. Some for fear of being defamed by the community some afraid of losing their leadership to this shamelessly cunning Machiavellian. Failing to establish Zafar in the local Bangladeshi community, Anis and Mizan Chowdhury (another veteran Maoist presently pretending to be politically neutral and a moderate Muslim to keep his voluntary position as the chair of BHHP Migrant resource Centre) moved to place him in Australian community using his former status of which the Australians are absolutely unaware of and manipulating some of the academics and politicians. First of all Anis approached a Bangalee academic of University of Western Sydney. The Bangalee academic is originally from West Bengal and a leftist. Unaware of Zafar’s political role in pre and post liberation of Bangladesh Mr. Bhattacharya agreed to give Zafar a break. Debesh then organized a seminar where he invited Zafar as a guest speaker. In the seminar Zafar’s talk impressed some of the audience (who were also unaware of the fact that this man is in Sydney to escape prosecution). Thus having created his profile he applied for a job in the University of Western Sydney. Eventually, due to continued public (and secret by Mizan) lobbying of Anis, Zafar obtained a part time position in the University of Western Sydney.

How Zafar managed to have a refugee status in Australia? To many of the Bangladeshis in Australia Zafar’s refugee status is still a mystery. Officially Australian govt does not accept the fact that political persecution exist in Bangladesh. All Bangladeshi asylum seekers are refused refugee status by the department of immigration. Like Afghan or Iraqi refugees, Bangladeshi refugees are destined to be deported by the immigration department. The only exception is Zafar. But the reality is Zafar is not being persecuted in Bangladesh. There are hundreds of Maoist (like Zafar himself) politicians and activists are living in Bangladesh. They are pampered, instead of punched, by the BNP government. Besides in his last visit to Bangladesh, Zafar checked out through the VIP exit in Dhaka Airport and had meetings with top government officials during his stay in Banglaadesh. So definitely he is not persecuted. So if he is not persecuted by the Bngladeshi establishment how come he is granted refugee status in Australia? Many believe that his solicitor helped him for a large amount of money. Others disagree because the solicitor is too cunning to lose his image affecting his business due to his association with Zafar. Others believe that Zafar bribed Ruddock or his nominated third party to obtain refugee status.

Fortunately due to Australian prime ministerial intervention Zafar’s case is to be investigated again. The Bangladeshi community is waiting for the outcome of this investigation as they feel disgusted to see that their taxes are used to accommodate this vile character. They will be happy if Australian Govt forces Zafar to repay all the pensions he has been given for last few years and to refuse Australian refugee status. He is too rich to live on at the expense of the Australian taxpayers. (more to come)

Resalder Moslehuddin Khan: Rashid's Dirty Hand

GInstructed by the officers of the military coup of 1075, Muslehuddin shot Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, his family members and relatives. Muslehuddin also shot the four national leaders in Dhaka Central Jail. He and his sepoys bayoneted Tajuddin Ahmed to death.

Courtesy: Humayun "The King"

Last edited by THE 1; Tuesday, March 21, 2006 at 11:50 PM.
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