Sheikh Hasina paid her deep respect to the memory of Comrade Moni Singh. She said, “Comrade Moni Singh had a good relation with the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. He had an important role to rebuild war-ravaged Bangladesh.”
President Abdul Hamid also issued separate messages paying respect to the memory of the late leader and seeking eternal peace for his departed soul.
In his message, President Abdul Hamid said Moni Singh was the pioneer of communist movement in the subcontinent.
Throughout his life, he was involved in all the movements and struggles, including the anti-British movement, struggle against Pakistani rulers and the campaign to establish the rights of the toiling masses, he added.
The head of the state recalled the role of Moni Singh during the Liberation War saying that his relation with Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was ‘very deep.’
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, in her message paid her deep respect to his memory.
Comrade Moni Singh, a respected political figure of the revolutionary and progressive mass movement, was directly involved in all the movements and struggles of the subcontinent for the establishment of the rights of the people throughout his life including the anti-British movement and the struggle for Bengali rights, the premier added.
She said Comrade Moni Singh played an important role in the great liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971.
Comrade Moni Singh’s political and personal relations with Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the greatest Bengali of all time and the father of the nation, were very cordial, she added.
She mentioned that Comrade Moni Singh made a commendable contribution to the reconstruction of the newly independent war-torn Bangladesh.