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February 12, 2013

February 11, 2013
Projonmo Chottor(Shahbag) Day 7:

Muktihoddha Sangshad continues their sit-in on day 7

Muktihoddha Sangshad continues their sit-in on day 7

People of all walks of life have been joining  the movement since it started. A new feature of day 7 is the participation of morticians. They express their solidarity with the movement.

People of all walks of life have been joining the movement since it started. A new feature of day 7 is the participation of morticians. They express their solidarity with the movement.

Wake up Bangladesh

Wake up Bangladesh

Teerandaj as usual is staging the street theater.

Teerandaj as usual is staging the street theater.

Ex-students of  Jahangir Nagar University demanding death by hanging for all war criminals.

Ex-students of Jahangir Nagar University demanding death by hanging for all war criminals.

For the first time, portrait of late Jahanara Imam, a brave and bereaved mother whose son was tortured to death by Pak Army and Razakars in 1971 and who pioneered the movement against the war criminals in 1991, has been displayed at the protest site. She remains a source of great inspiration for the protesters.

For the first time, portrait of late Jahanara Imam, a brave and bereaved mother whose son was tortured to death by Pak Army and Razakars in 1971 and who pioneered the movement against the war criminals in 1991, has been displayed at the protest site. She remains a source of great inspiration for the protesters.

Popular theater group ‘Theater’ cheers up protesters.

Popular theater group ‘Theater’ cheers up protesters.

At one corner, a group of protesters burn the effigies of war criminals

At one corner, a group of protesters burn the effigies of war criminals

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

Another feature of day 7 is a huge art installation by the students of Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University. This installation depicts Bangladesh’s struggle to independence and the atrocities committed by Pakis and Razakars.

An effigy is hanging on a lamppost.

An effigy is hanging on a lamppost.

Gallows are ready at people’s court

Gallows are ready at people’s court

Aged freedom fighters also join the protest

Aged freedom fighters also join the protest

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