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Quader Mollah and his accompanies had killed poet Meherun heard by witness not directly seen: Deposition of fourth witness in tribunal.
Tuesday, 31 July 2012
Poet Quazi Rosy told against Assistant secretary general of Jamaat Islam Abdul Quader Mollah. She said to International crimes tribunal-2 during her deposition, Jamaat leader Abdul Quader Mollah and his accomplices had killed pro-liberation poet Meherun Nesa, I had heard about this barbarous killing from people. She said during her deposition I had informed at evening of the day of incident on 27 March, 1971 that they had killed poet Meherun Nesa, her mother and her two brothers at their home in Mirpur during war. So far I heard Quder Mollah and his accomplices had entered in the house of Meheroun Nesa. Quazi Rosy said, after the liberation war, non-Bangalee Gulzar and another Bihari also told her about this savage occurrence. She also said “After killing Meharun Nesa. They tied her severed head to the ceiling fan with her hair and her beheaded body wriggled like a slaughtered chicken” Whoever happened this unexpected incident they were non-Bangalee Bihari. Quder Mullah and Biharies had happened this barbarous killing. Two non-Bangalee Bihari and informer Gulzar is not now in Bangladesh. Late poet Meheroun Nesa was a close friend a neighbor of mine. Bangalee were being regularly oppressed and irritated by Non-Bengali and Bihari in Mirpur. To get rid of from this unavoidable situation we had formed an “Action committee”. I was president and Meherun Nesa was a member of this committee. We had a meeting on the morning of March 25,1971, and apprehended that something was going to happen. When I reached home after the meeting sometime later I got information that my home was going to be raided along with Meheroun’s home because we were the female members of the action committee.I had sent a massage to Meharun asking her to leave home but Meharun sent her brother to me with the massage “where would we go?”. Then I told to her brother to convince Meheroun Nasa and his mother that we need to leave this area immadeately.Afterwards I left Mirpur but Meherun Nasa did not leave Mirpur and so far I heared on the evening of 27 March Quder Mollah and  his accomplices wearing red and white bandanas entered Meheroun’s home. Seeing them,she embraced a holy Quran firmly and pleaded for life but they slit the throat of all four of them. Rosy said “She was my friend but I could not do anything for her”. They entered the house under the leadership of Quder Mollah on that day but I could not say whether Quader Mollah had entered the house or not.
   Advocate Ekramul Hoque, defance lawyer of Quder Mollah, cross-examined Quazi Rosy after her deposition.
Q: When did you introduce with poet Meherun Nasa?
A: In 1968.First we met in the mid of 1967-68.
Q: Where did you learn primary education?
A: We had lived at Siddique Bazar in Dhaka city at the same time I commenced my primary education in Bangla Bazar Didhimoni Kishaloy School.
Q: What did Thaana belong that school?
A: I could not say.
Q: How many persons were in your family in that period?
A: We were eight in number including father, mother and brothers-sisters.
Q: What is the name of your younger brother?
A: Dr. Quazi Hillol.
Q: What is your position in your family?
A: I am elder all of them.
Q: What is the profession of your father?
A: Journalist. Firstly served in Sangbad,  later in Ittifaque.
Q: When you passed SSC and from where?
A: I had passed SSC from Motijil Central Government High school in 1964.
Q; when had you passed HSC?
Q: I had passed HSC from Intermediate collage at Bakhsibazar. Than I had gotten admitted in Dhaka University and passed MA in 1973.
 The tribunal adjourned the proceeding until tomorrow when the defance would continue cross-examining Quazi Rosy.