Speaking at the Foreign Service Academy in Dhaka on the occasion of the 52nd Independence Day, Momen said Pakistan should be “ashamed” not to apologize for the atrocities committed on Bengalis in 1971, the Dhaka Tribune reported.
“At that time, the Pakistani army committed heinous crimes and genocide. Even the Pakistani government reported that his torture was excessive. They have violated all national and international human rights laws.
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Momen said if the Islamabad government did not correct the mistakes made in 1971, the same mistakes could be repeated in the future. He hopes that the next generation of Pakistanis will come forward and apologize for the crimes of their ancestors.