Dhaka: After the death of Khak, who wrote against the Prime Minister in Bangladesh, there has been a ruckus in the country. Writer Mushtaq Ahmed was imprisoned for one year for writing a crime against the government. Mushtaq Ahmed was among 11 people arrested last year. Mushtaq was accused of criticizing Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for mis-management and corruption in the Kovid transition.
Mushtaq Ahmed's family has confirmed his death in captivity, saying that Mushtaq Ahmed was made a victim of the crime in jail. The government ran a repression cycle against him and he was sentenced to raise his voice against the government. Superintendent of Kashimpura Jail Mohammad Giasiddin said that 'Mushtaq Ahmad suddenly fainted in the jail after which he was taken to the prison hospital but his condition deteriorated continuously after which the jail administration admitted him to a big hospital in Ghazipur but He died in hospital
There has been a ruckus after the death of Mushtaq Ahmed on social media. People accuse that even though the government of Bangladesh favors freedom of speech, with the death of a writer who wrote against the Prime Minister, it has been decided that no matter what the government may be, the voice raised in the Khilafat Can not stand