Nusrat murder trial to start resisting violence against women: Anisul

DHAKA Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister

Anisul Huq today said speedy trial over murder of Sonagazi madrasa student

Nusrat Jahan Rafi will be marked as a milestone in our socioeconomic

perspective and it will start a process of resisting violence against women.

We would be able to come out of culture of impunity through such trials

and it will be helpful in establishing parity among men and women. A message

was given through this judgement that we would be ready to award maximum

punishment if anyone commits such heinous crimes, he said.

The minister said these while addressing a grand finale of National Debate

against Oppression organised by jointly Debate for Democracy and ATN Bangla

at Bangladesh Film Development Corporation (BFDC) this morning.

Debate for Democracy Chairman Hasan Ahmed Chowdhury Kiron presided over the

function.

Dhaka College and Eden Mohila College were declared joint champion in the

competition while University of South Asia became runner up.

Professor Abu Mohammad Rois, journalists Prosoon Ashish, Abdullah Tuhin,

Jhumur Bari and NGO activist Sarwat Binte Islam acted as judges in the

competition.

Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)