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Gano Forum President and constitutional expert Dr. Kamal Hossain said the country has become totally infested with hooliganism and he wished to die instead of living in this country controlled by goons.  Addressing a protest rally against torture and repression on agitation students demanding safe road and expressing solidarity with them the rally was organized by "Concerned Citizens" at Jatiya Press Club on Monday.
Presided over by Dr Zafarullah Chowdhury, the rally was also attended Among others by Bikalpadhara President A Q M Badrudduza Chowdhury, BNP secretary general Nieza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir  Nagarik Oikya Concenor Mahmudur Rahman manna.    
Dr Kamal Hossain told the rally, "there is no more democracy in the country; goons are everywhere. It must be freed from hooliganism even in exchange of our life. I don't want to live any more in this country of goons; I wish I should be shot and killed; then I can at least say I died being vocal against hooliganism."                   
He said, "the rule of hooliganism can't be acceptable in Bangladesh which has been freed by lakhs of people. They sacrificed their lives to make it free; we didn't even get the body of many. But they left us indebted and a country for us where people will live a civilized life; people will enjoy human rights. The prevalence of hooliganism here means insult to their sacrifice."
He said, we have a bad system of governance and it is amply evident from letting lose the goons on the protesting students instead of coming to mitigate their problems. The young students have shown the high level of conscience that is still present in our nation. It has profoundly shaken the conscience of the entire nation.
He further said people taken to the streets wielding sticks and weapons to resist beat protesters can't claim to be members of any student organization. They are known by one word such as 'goons.'  
Dr Kamal said freeing the country from their grip is our national responsibility now. If they prevail good people can't survive, least to survive with respect. He also said armed attack on peaceful people by goons in the month of August is an insult on Bangabandhu.  
He said people are united now and they can't destroy them by letting  lose goons.  He said the constitution has been torn apart now saying  nowhere it is written that police will gang up with armed youths to beat people. He said armed youth are illegally attacking peaceful people taking cover of police. This is also an insult to the police force.
He said the IP of police is not servant of the government; he is responsible  to the state. He should not allow goons to gang up with police, even if someone demands it, Dr Kamal said.  to   we are deeply indebted to them. They had how and even don't find the bodies of many liberated the country able  the goons are moving here and there with police with arms and attacked on the students. Police and goons could not become partnership. We want hooliganism free Bangladesh. He also warned the government that the united people could not be suppressed by hooliganism.
He said Kamal said, it is not possible to accept that in Bangladesh the goons will take place. Where hundred of thousand people had sacrificed their lives for freedom and independent. We are debt to them. They left a country where civilization existed. People will enjoy human rights. There being hooliganism means insulting them.

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