Petition for deportation of the self-confessed and convicted killer Nur CHY. to Bangladesh

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We the Canadian citizens from your riding would like take the pride to elect you as our Hon. Representative to the Canadian Parliament to advance our legitimate causes. Today, we would like to draw your attention to a crucial fact, which needs to be addressed to ensure rule of law, human rights and justice.

Bangladesh became independent in 1971 through a nine month long bloody war under the great leadership of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Bangladesh gratefully remembers the contribution of the then Prime Minister Pierre E. Trudeau for his support to Bangladesh during the liberation War in 1971.

After the independence Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman became the first President of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. While he was tapping all out efforts to re-build Bangladesh, a small group of disgruntled military officers brutally killed Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman including his family members on the night of 15 August 1975. Two daughters, the current Hon’ble Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina and her sister Sheikh Rehana fortunately survived from the carnage as they were travelling abroad at that time.

The Dhaka District and Sessions Judge Court found Mr. Nur Chowdhury guilty of the criminal offenses of killing the Father of the Nation and his family members on the night of 15 August 1975, and sentenced him to death by firing squad in November 1998, subsequently, the High Court upheld his death penalty. The trails of Mr. Nur Chowdhury followed a complete transparent and impartial process, most importantly, the Amnesty International (AI) Research Center in London which found no indication of bias or unfairness in the trails.

But it is a matter of grief that this self-confessed killer Mr. Nur Chowdhury, is now living in Canada (most likely in Greater Toronto Area (GTA)) evading justice. We the citizens of your riding strongly demand that for the sake of justice Mr. Nur Chowdhury should be deported to Bangladesh immediately, for facing justice. We firmly believe that Canada cannot be a safe-haven for a perpetrator like Mr. Nur Chowdhury, who committed crimes against humanity and a convicted killer of a Father of the Nation of Bangladesh.

Mr. Robert Currie, Professor of Law of the Dalhousie University said that “Nur is a murderer of the Prime Minister therefore he should not be granted any humanitarian ground to stay in Canada………………….”

Thus, we strongly believe that killer Mr. Nur Chowdhury is not morally eligible to stay in Canada. He must be deported from Canada to Bangladesh to face justice because of his most heinous crimes against humanity committed on15th August 1975. With others, Mr. Nur Chowdhury perpetrated the most heinous crimes in Bangladesh, the people of Bangladesh are still carrying the grave wounds of the slayer’s impunity.

We, the peace-loving citizens of Canada, therefore strongly request the Government of Canada through you, the Hon. MP, to deport killer Nur Chowdhury to Bangladesh.


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