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Monday, October 26, 2009

[ALOCHONA] RE: [] Gen. Ziaur Rahman supported BAKSAL, congratulated those joining BAKSAL !

Dear Mr. Syed Aslam:
Just for clarity and accuracy of information, I request you to comment on this issue as I see it: I know quite a few people are mixed up with the name "Professor Muzaffor Ahmed" for the then Muzaffor of NAP and the now Muzaffor of IBA. This is happening because of the time lapsed between 1975 and 2009. The people who were very young in 1975 may not even know who was Muzaffor-NAP.  
I appreciate your clearing up this confusion. As I remember, Muzaffor-NAP has expired quite a while ago, but I may be wrong; he may still be well and alive.
Now I am asking you to kindly let me know how much you know and remember about the events unfolded prior to the actual formation of BAKSAL. If Professor Muzaffor Ahmed-TIB saw General Ziaur Rahman congratulating the people who accepted/joined BAKSAL then, it becomes a little difficult to comprehend because 'a Second in Army Command' Ziaur Rahman could not have the power, position, and authority to do anything political like that.
Please enlighten me about this if you would.
Mohammad Jalaluddin             

Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 11:02:03 -0400
Subject: Re: [] Gen. Ziaur Rahman supported BAKSAL, congratulated those joining BAKSAL !

RE: General Zia supported BAKSAL, congratulated those who joined BAKSAL !
Mr. Muhammad Saiduzzaman 
Both yourself and Mr. Faruq Alamgir seem to be confused.
This professor Muzzaffor Ahmed here was the Chairman of the Board of Trustee
of TIB Bangladesh Chapter ... not the now defunct President of Muzzaffor
The Professor Muzzaffor Ahmed, a professor of Business Adminstration (IBA, DU)
has always been an ardent advocate of Capitalist economy and Transperency in
Professor Muzzaffor Ahmed has never visited the former USSR as
Mr.Saiduzzaman asserts. Perhaps, you guys have not done your
homeworks or may be it is your biased thinking that leds to your
biased writings.
In any case, the fact remains: All the available sources of Mujib era
[1972-75] points to the truth:
BNP founder General Ziaur Rahman not only supported BAKSAL,
he congratulated those who joined.
BTW, Professor Muzzaffor Ahmed (TIB) is no supporter of BAL.
Please read Professor Muzaffor Ahmed's comments again at:

 Syed Aslam

 On Thu, Oct 22, 2009 at 10:24 PM, Faruque Alamgir <> wrote:
These chinnito  phsycophants  of then fascist Socialism of USSR n presently great adorer n dalal of another newly born fascist n bestail HINDU    STAAAN  who fingers all it's neighbours n creates chaos n confusion through it's paid agents like these so-called congenital liers  K. jibis.
Faruque Alamgir
On Thu, Oct 22, 2009 at 7:36 PM, Saiduzzaman, Muhammad <> wrote:

Dear Professor Mujaffar Ahmed,

First week of May, 1981, you had returned from USSR visit and met that night with the President Zia-ur-Rahman and the Prime Minister Shah Azizur Rahman at Banga Bhavan to express how pleased you were to identify yourself as Bangladeshi to USSR not as a Bangali. I was the witness of that meeting do you recall. Ironically, only Dr. B chowdhury is still alive to testify to fact if he still mentally sane.

I still love this professor but he is a classic example of Master "flip flopper" as well. Dear Professor Stop misleading the people, you are my teacher. We have many fond memories and respect.


With love,

Muhammad Saiduzzaman

From: [] On Behalf Of Syed Aslam
Sent: Thursday, October 22, 2009 1:21 PM
To: Khobor; notun Bangladesh;; Sonar Bangladesh; Amra Bangladesi;
Subject: [] General Ziaur Rahman supported BAKSAL, congratulated those who joined BAKSAL !



BNP founder General Ziaur Rahman supported BAKSAL, he congratulated those who joined

BAKSAL. Read Professor Muzaffor Ahmed's comments at:





Sent by:

Syed Aslam



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