May 19, 2021


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The President and the Prime Minister mourn the death of Matin Khasru


President expressed deep grief over the death of former law minister Abdul Matin Khasru, president of the Supreme Court Bar Association, who was infected with the coronavirus. Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

The president and prime minister sent separate messages of condolence to the media on Wednesday.

In his condolence message, the President said the nation will always remember his role in the trial of the murder case of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman by repealing the infamous Indemnity Ordinance.

The President said his contribution to the establishment of parliamentary democracy and rule of law would be shining in the parliamentary history of the country.

In a separate condolence message, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said Matin Khasru as a wise lawyer and leader of the people will live in the hearts of the people forever. He has made significant contributions to the passage of law and justice in the country.

Sheikh Hasina said, “We have lost a public leader and a soldier of Bangabandhu’s ideology who has worked efficiently in establishing justice by playing a responsible role as a lawyer in various cases of national importance including the trial of the murder of the father of the nation.”

The Prime Minister prayed for the forgiveness of the departed soul and conveyed his deepest condolences to the bereaved family members.

Besides, Chief Justice Syed Mahmud Hossain, Law Minister Anisul Haque, Education Minister Dr. expressed grief over the death of Abdul Matin Khasru. Dipu Moni, Minister of Environment, Forests and Climate Change. Shahab Uddin, former state minister for women and children affairs, chairman of Jamuna Group and Jugantar publisher Advocate Salma Islam MP and chairman of Bangladesh Private University Association Sheikh Kabir Hossain.

Matin Khasru, a Member of Parliament and President of the Supreme Court Bar Association, died of coronavirus on Wednesday. He was 61 years old.