Sheikh Hasina, the former Prime Minister of Bangladesh and leader of the opposition has just left US to join a coming conference of the Association of the Asian Parliaments for Peace. As a founder Chairperson of this forum, Hasina is attending this conference in Manila. In the second part of this exclusive interview with VOA she analyses the reasons behind the present crisis in Bangladesh. She blames the present BNP led four-party alliance government for crimes and corruption and political terrorism in Bangladesh. She cautions against the rise of religious terrors in Bangladesh and mentions how freedom and democracy are being undermined in Bangladesh. Hasina says her party believes in freedom and democracy for all.