Bangladesh acting high commissioner summoned to FO, protest lodged
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The Bangladesh acting high commissioner was summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by the Director General (South Asia & SAARC) and a strong protest was lodged at the unfortunate hanging of Motiur Rahman Nizami on the alleged crimes committed before December 1971 through a flawed judicial process.
“The attempts by the Bangladesh government to malign Pakistan, despite our keen desire to develop brotherly relations with it, are regrettable,” the FO spokesman said.
He said that the 1974 Tripartite Agreement was the cornerstone of relations between the two countries. “It needs to be emphasized that, as part of the agreement, the Bangladesh government “decided not to proceed with the trials as an act of clemency.”
The FO spokesman that Pakistan reiterated its desire for friendly relations with Bangladesh.