He wrote four books, published by the University Press Ltd.
"Mridubhashan", (Bengali) “The Emerging New World Order”, and “Bangladesh at the Crossroads”, Chitta Jetha Bhoyshunya (Bengali)
He was Editor and Publisher of a Bengali weekly, "Mridu Bhashan".
He wrote hundreds of articles both in Bengali and English. Among those, here are few below:
Reform of the Caretaker Government
A country cannot be regarded as democratic if the government of that
country is not elected by the people. However, a country is not
democratic simply because the government was elected. Election is
certainly a pre-condition for ensuring a democratic form of government
but it is not the only condition.
Reign Of Terror In Bangladesh
Across the country, Awami League leaders are being killed, often in
cold blood, one by one, according to a hit list. The murder of Mr.
Manjurul Imam is a part of the grand design of the ruling alliance.
BNP wants "Stage Managed Democracy"
BNP-Jamaat alliance adopt a similar policy of terror and repression?
Obviously, they also wanted to terrorize the members and supporters of
Awami League to abandon the party. It is a matter of profound concern
that a reprehensible crime such as rape was used by the ruling party
musclemen as an instrument of terror.
Concern About Image is Futile Unless the Actual Situation Improves
A report dated 22 August said, Prime Minister Khaleda Zia has called
upon the people to speak up against those who are damaging the image of
the country. She made the appeal when a delegation of the Hindu
community from Chittagong called on her at her office. Her
insensitivity to Hindu sentiment was remarkable.
BNP-Jamaat Government Completes One Year
As the BNP-Jamaat alliance completes one year in the government, it is
an appropriate occasion to evaluate its performance. The near-collapse
of law and order is the most important issue that is haunting the
entire nation. In fact the sense of physical insecurity seems to be the
over riding factor in the public’s mind.
Why is Bangladesh such a troubled country?
Even those who supported the BNP-Jamaat alliance and voted
them to power are uneasy in their mind. A pervasive sense of unease and
lack of security prevails everywhere. A lot of people spend sleepless
nights because the prospects for the future seem so bleak. Many people
believe that the country has not seen such a situation since the days
of the Liberation War in 1971
Hundred Days of BNP-Jamaat rule: A Period of Anarchy and Economic Disaster
Begum Khaleda Zia’s 60-member cabinet started its rule with a populist
stunt. Imitating the American practice, she promised to implement a
series of crash programmes within the first hundred days. The common
people could hardly imagine what kind of a disaster awaited them during
these hundred days.