Prime minister Sheikh Hasina says she fears further sabotage
after the bloody BDR mutiny and that the conspirators are not finished yet.
"Many did not like the incident to end so soon; the game is still on and
the conspirators are not taking a break," she said at a seminar on the
country's independence hero Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's historic March 7 speech at
the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh Tuesday.
The mutiny might have gone further, the prime minister added.
"I don't know whether I could speak here today," she said in her
first public remarks outside parliament since the renegade border guards
mutinied at their headquarters on Feb. 25-26.