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Maybe Abby made it up, 'cause it did sound different in tone than other Abby questions.
Uh, not that I would know from being an avid Abby reader or anything.
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For those who need more confirmation that our political parties do not care about our religious minorities, here is Professor Abul Barkat’s study on the Vested Property Act.
And since most of our intelligentsia falls into this category, that should answer our question as to why they haven’t really looked into the reasons behind the Vested Property Act being instituted in the first place in 1974 in a Bangladesh supposedly built on a secular Bangali nationalism. Jamaat would stink if it had more power as would JP. And because of them, we as a nation should hang our heads in shame. Oh and while we do that, the Indian media covers the story with its usual neutrality and balance, quoting only the 2001-2006 figures and not the 1997 figures. I just saw The Bourne Supreme Ultimatum, or whatever its called. And one might argue that people who lead lives of mystery and intrigue don't use watches, and to that I say, WRONG.Everything was fine and dandy till our villainous friend and master Zia came along, rehabilitated Jamaat and inserted "Bismillah" into the constitution. During 2001-20% of the land grabbers were affiliated with the BNP, 31 % with the Awami League, 8% with Jamaat-e-Islami 6% with the Jatiya Party and other political organisations. After all, they had 5 years to do so but chose to do it only right before elections, after five years of allowing supporters to plunder the property of the citizens of Bangladesh by labelling them "the enemy".His ‘97 study showed the opposite trend:44% with the Awami League32 % with the BNP(figures for Jamaat and JP not given)And did I mention that the Awami League government repealed the act in 2001? And before you BNP-supporters get too excited, let me point out that the study also finds that the violence faced by minority religious communities increased under the BNP-Jamaat government.