News Desk: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has expressed her anger that no Awami League leaders and activists came forward to help Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on August 15. He said, "The bodies of Bangabandhu and his family members were lying there for 24 hours. But no one came forward to pick it up.” He said these things in a discussion organized by Awami League on the occasion of National Mourning Day on Tuesday (August 16) afternoon. Referring to the August 15 evidence that people are left with no one when they die, the Prime Minister said, "The killers not only killed, but also took away the right of the Bangabandhu family members to seek justice." Those who sheltered the killers of Bangabandhu, again talk about human rights and ban Bangladesh. He said, "Today, the countries that raise the question of human rights and impose sanctions on us are harboring murderers." So how does it raise the question of human rights." Rashed was the commanding officer of the operation at Mintu Road, said the president of Awami League, "We are repeatedly talking to America, but they are not giving him (Rashed). We have to take all of our humanity from them. They teach us all about humanity who killed my father, mother, women, children.” Expressing his anger, the Prime Minister said, "Today there are many questions, questions of human rights. Talking about human rights, questions our government about human rights. My question to those who ask this question, our human rights, where were the human rights of those who lost their lives on August 15? We had no right to seek justice. I have lost my parents, but I cannot sue.” The prime minister also said, "The bodies were lying in that house number 32 of Dhanmondi. How many slogans, where you are, we are there. Where were those people? A man did not dare to come forward? Wasn't a man protesting? Why could not? Such a big organization, so many supporters, so many people - no one had the courage to say a word. The body fell from August 15 to August 16. The word of judgment cries in silence. Even when I came back, I could not judge. We didn't even have the right to file a case."