Bangladesh government ministers, political parties, NGOs and people in general have expressed dissatisfaction over the not guilty trial verdict against a BSF paramilitary constable Amiya Ghosh who brutally shot Felani Khatun, a 15 year old Bangladeshi girl and left her hanging for hours while she bled to death on the barb wire fence separating Bangladesh and India on the border triggering a global outcry.
Home Minister MK Alamgir said on Saturday “The justice what we had expected about Felani was not ensured in the preliminary decision of the court,”
“The killing of Felani is a shameful and tragic incident for both the countries—Bangladesh and India,” he said.
He said they have not yet got the detailed report on the verdict. ”There’ll be a formal reaction from Bangladesh government once the report will be there in our hands.”