The life of river Padma

The life of river Padma

There are 1 comment on the The Daily Star story from Jan 25, 2014, titled The life of river Padma. In it, The Daily Star reports that:

Under the title "Life and Struggle of Padma", Alliance Franaise de Dhaka , Dhanmondi has organised the first solo photography exhibition of young photographer Sumon Yusuf.

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Abid Bahar

Montréal, Canada

#1 Jan 29, 2014
INDIAN AWARD FOR ANISUZZMAN

India's Ananda award, Padma award, Indra Gandhi award etc prizes are given to people in Bangladesh to buy their heads, I mean to buy their loyalty to India. It has already awarded Hasina, Taslima Nasrin and many other pro-Indian Bangladeshi intellectual and their loyal local anarchists in Bangladesh.

Lately, Bangladeshis became concerned after an embassy correspondence leak that revealed Indian forces are working together with Hasina's joint forces in the latter's killing missions against the official opposition.
There are other national issues that shows India as an unfriendly neighbor of Bangladesh:

(1) India's systematic damming of our rivers, using Hasina as its puppet it is also benefiting from its free access of transit through Bangladesh.
(2) It is carrying out its unrestrained border killing

(3) Using Hasina as its puppet,India is getting its unrestrained access to Bangladeshi resources.

(4) Due to India's shameless negotiation with Ershad to support Hasina, it became clear that Hasina's authoritarian rule is also backed by India.

(5) With Indian inspiration, Hasina is also destroying Bangladesh institutions (banking, judiciary, bureaucracy, educational institutions, police, military by recruiting Gopali and loyal minority people to continue her fascist rule).

Under the circumstances, when Bangladeshis in general are showing abomination to the Indian policy in Bangladesh, Anisuzzaman as an intellectual should refuse to accept the fake Indian awards normally given to its puppets in Bangladesh.

It seems that unlike like Tagore (who refused British award), Anisuzzan wouldn't walk with his head high by refusing the award in favor of Bangladesh.

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