Awami League Joint General Secretary and Information Minister Hasan Mahmud has commented on the death of Bangladeshi student Syed Faisal in Boston, Qatar as very unintended, sad, and a violation of human rights. He said, ‘This murder has shown that human rights are violated in the United States as well. He said this in response to a question from reporters at the Kakrail Information Building auditorium in the capital on Tuesday afternoon. These things were said in the press release sent by the Ministry of Information. The information minister said, “I pray for the forgiveness of the soul of the Bangladeshi student who was shot by the police.” However, the US government has already suspended the concerned police officer, and the investigation is ongoing. Hopefully, those who are guilty of this incident by the law enforcement forces of the United States will be prosecuted. Hasan Mahmud said, “The United States is our friendly country.” We are keeping a watchful eye so that no one violates human rights in our country. We also want that human rights should not be violated anywhere in the world.’ Information Minister Hasan said regarding the release of two top BNP leaders on bail at the Information Bhavan Auditorium in Kakrail in the capital on Tuesday afternoon, the fact that Mirza Fakhrul and Mirza Abbas have been released has proved that Bangladesh’s judiciary is independent. Because they were arrested by the government, they were freed through the legal process of a legal battle. Law courts of the country work very independently, that’s why they got freedom. He said, ‘I wish them both good health and long life. I wish that they can oppose the government while maintaining good health. On January 11, Hasan Mahmud said in response to a question about BNP’s nationwide mass-location program, “If BNP or any opposition party carries out any peaceful program, the government has always cooperated and will continue to do so.” But we have always seen them talking about peaceful programs and creating unrest and destroying people’s property. Awami League’s joint general secretary Hashan Mahmud said, “They created unrest in the country even around December 10.” They set cars on fire, vandalized vehicles, and destroyed the peace and security situation of the people. On the 11th too, we will keep a watchful eye, and be on guard. Our party will be on alert so that they do not create chaos in the country in the name of political agenda. If an attempt is made, then the people will resist, and our party will be with the people.