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United in Protest, United in Anger

February 17, 2013

February 14, 2013
Projonmo Chottor (Shahbag) Day 10:

A program had been called earlier to hold a country-wide candle light-vigil for those who lost their lives in jamat-shibir purported terror campaign during and after the liberation war of Bangladesh. The response was overwhelming. Hundreds of thousands people gathered at Shahbag and millions across the country lit up candles for the fallen at 7 pm.

A program had been called earlier to hold a country-wide candle light-vigil for those who lost their lives in jamat-shibir purported terror campaign during and after the liberation war of Bangladesh. The response was overwhelming. Hundreds of thousands people gathered at Shahbag and millions across the country lit up candles for the fallen at 7 pm.

A program had been called earlier to hold a country-wide candle light-vigil for those who lost their lives in jamat-shibir purported terror campaign during and after the liberation war of Bangladesh. The response was overwhelming. Hundreds of thousands people gathered at Shahbag and millions across the country lit up candles for the fallen at 7 pm.

A program had been called earlier to hold a country-wide candle light-vigil for those who lost their lives in jamat-shibir purported terror campaign during and after the liberation war of Bangladesh. The response was overwhelming. Hundreds of thousands people gathered at Shahbag and millions across the country lit up candles for the fallen at 7 pm.

A program had been called earlier to hold a country-wide candle light-vigil for those who lost their lives in jamat-shibir purported terror campaign during and after the liberation war of Bangladesh. The response was overwhelming. Hundreds of thousands people gathered at Shahbag and millions across the country lit up candles for the fallen at 7 pm.

A program had been called earlier to hold a country-wide candle light-vigil for those who lost their lives in jamat-shibir purported terror campaign during and after the liberation war of Bangladesh. The response was overwhelming. Hundreds of thousands people gathered at Shahbag and millions across the country lit up candles for the fallen at 7 pm.

There are candles everywhere! On foot path, on roads  and on rooftops.

There are candles everywhere! On foot path, on roads and on rooftops.

There are candles everywhere! On foot path, on roads  and on rooftops.

There are candles everywhere! On foot path, on roads and on rooftops.

There are candles everywhere! On foot path, on roads  and on rooftops.

There are candles everywhere! On foot path, on roads and on rooftops.

Children of murdered freedom fighters express solidarity with the protest.

Children of murdered freedom fighters express solidarity with the protest.

A sticker  on the laptop of a cyber warrior  at Shahbag reads  ‘Restoration of 42-year-old road is going on,  Sorry for the temporary inconvenience.’

A sticker on the laptop of a cyber warrior at Shahbag reads
‘Restoration of 42-year-old road is going on,
Sorry for the temporary inconvenience.’

This huge portrait of late Jahanara Imam was unveiled day before at the protest site. It reads ‘Victory is ours’.

This huge portrait of late Jahanara Imam was unveiled day before at the protest site. It reads ‘Victory is ours’.

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