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BNP holding protest rally against load shedding

Publish: 01:01 PM, 31 Jul, 2022


Bangladesh Nationalist Party - BNP is holding a pre-announced protest rally against load shedding and mismanagement of electricity.

The rally started in front of the National Press Club around 10:30 am on Sunday (July 31).

District BNP President Dr. Dewan Mohammad Salah Uddin is presiding over the rally organized by Dhaka District BNP.

BNP Standing Committee Member Nazrul Islam Khan will address the rally under the direction of Dhaka District BNP General Secretary Khandaker Abu Ashfaq. The party's national leaders will also give speeches.

Dhaka district BNP leaders Nazim Uddin Master, Tamiz Uddin, Kafil Uddin, Dewan Nazimuddin, Sahabuddin Ahmed, Iftekhar Al-Farooqi, Abed Hossain, Md Mohiuddin, Md Badiuzzaman, Shah Mainul Hossain and Irfan Ibn Aman, Ni Raipun Chowdhury and others are present in the rally.

Earlier from 10 am Dhaka district BNP, NGO and allied organizations leaders joined the rally in front of the press club with a procession.

BNP   Protest rally   Load shedding  


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BNP clash with Awami League in Hazaribagh

Publish: 04:07 PM, 26 Sep, 2022


A clash broke out between Awami League and BNP leaders in front of Shikdar Medical in Hazaribagh of the capital.

The incident took place on Monday (September 26) around 2:55pm. Police have been deployed at the spot to control the situation.

According to locals, the followers of local MP Shafiul Islam Mohiuddin took a stand at the Tally office intersection in Hazaribagh to resist the BNP rally.

Meanwhile, during the BNP's rally in front of Hazaribag Shikdar Medical College, AL supporters chased BNP leaders and activists. 

BNP was supposed to hold a rally in front of Bangladesh Medical in Dhanmondi of the capital as per the pre-arranged program. But Dhanmondi Thana Awami League took up the program at the same place. Keeping in mind that there may be a clash if the two groups face each other, the police asked both the groups not to hold any program there.

People from both sides are chasing each other and there is panic in the area. Due to the conflict, people are running amok. Shops have been closed by traders.

BNP   Awami League   Election   Clash  


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BNP's case against 20 AL leaders and activists dismissed

Publish: 03:56 PM, 20 Sep, 2022


Dhaka's CMM court dismissed BNP's case against 20 leaders and activists of Awami League-Youth League.

Earlier on Tuesday (September 20) in the court of Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate of Dhaka Md Tofazzal Hossain, a plaintiff named Omar Farooq Farooqui filed this case.

The court accepted the statement of the plaintiff. After the hearing, the court will issue an order later, he said.

The other defendants named in the case are - State Minister for Industries Kamal Ahmed Mojumder, Member of Parliament for Dhaka-16 Constituency Ilyas Uddin Molla, General Secretary of Dhaka North Awami League M.A. Mannan Kochi, Dhaka Metropolitan North Jubo League General Secretary Ismail Hossain, Organizing Secretary Taijul Islam Chowdhury Bappi, Rupnagar Thana Awami League President Haji Rajab Hossain, Ward Awami League Leader Kashem Mollah, Former Member of Parliament of Dhaka-14 Constituency Tuhin, Awami Leader Sheikh Mannan, Anwar Hossain Litu, Salahuddin Robin, Dhaka North Metropolitan Volunteer League President Ishaq Miah, Dhaka North Metropolitan Secha Sebok League President Ishaq Miah, Secha Sebok League Joint General Secretary Mobaswer Chowdhury, Awami League leader Haji Tofazzal Hossain Tenu, Rooppur Thana Jubo League president Zakir Hossain, general secretary Khokon, Dhaka Metropolitan North Chhatra League president Md Ibrahim and Dhaka Metropolitan North Awami League treasurer Salma Chowdhury.

The complaint said that Dhaka Metropolitan North BNP held a peaceful rally in Mirpur Pallabi Zone on September 15. Suddenly 400/500 unidentified Awami Jubo League and Chhatra League workers including Kamal Ahmed Majumdar, Ilyas Uddin Molla, Agakhan Mintu, Mainul Hossain Khan Nikhil, MA Mannan Kochi, Ismail Hossain made a surprise attack on them.

BNP   Bangladesh   Politics  


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CU BCL blocks university, shuttle train, bus services halted

Publish: 11:14 AM, 19 Sep, 2022


Leaders and activists of a faction of Chittagong University (CU) Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL), have called for an indefinite blockade to demand evaluation of the dedicated workers who allegedly were deprived of posts in the full committee. They have locked the main entrance of the university. Shuttle train and bus services have also been suspended due to this.

As a result of the blockade, no teacher buses left for the city from the university's transport department. The matter was confirmed by the administrator of the university's transport department, SM Moazzam Hossain.

Besides, the shuttle train has been stopped at Sholoshahar railway station. Station master Abhi Sen said that the train service has been stopped due to the movement of the university's Chhatra League committee.

Rakibul Hasan Dinar, vice president of the branch Chhatra League, said, "We have been expressing our demands peacefully for a long time. We have requested not to force us to go into harder movements. The movement of who were deprived of the post has support. The top two leaders of the Chhatra League should take responsibility for spoiling the environment of university education.

Since the announcement of the full committee of the CU Chhatra League, several groups have been protesting against the committee as illegal, pocket committee. Meanwhile, several sub-groups of the branch Chhatra League have been protesting on the issues of giving committees to married, inactive, infiltrators and incompetents.

Their demands are- Inclusion in the committee by evaluating the deposed sacrificers and hardworking workers, Re-evaluation of the posts as per merit of the leaders placed in the committee, taking organizational measures against married, employed and long-term inactive people in the committee.  They have warned of strict movement if their demand is not fulfilled. 

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Khaleda Zia's release period will increase again

Publish: 02:48 PM, 18 Sep, 2022


The government has again decided to extend the suspension of the sentence of former Prime Minister and BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia. As a result, her release period is increasing again by the executive order of the government.

Law Minister Anisul Haque confirmed the matter on Sunday.

He said, two days ago I agreed to extend the suspension period of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia's sentence by 6 months. But Khaleda Zia cannot go abroad and has to receive treatment from home. Now the government will issue a notification in this regard.

Earlier, on September 11, BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia's family requested for the extension of the suspension of her sentence for the sixth time. The application was submitted to the Ministry of Home Affairs at 4 pm on Sunday (September 11).

The BNP leader, who was convicted in two corruption cases, was released on March 25, 2020 after the sentence was suspended for six months by the government's executive order amid the Corona pandemic. After that, the period of suspension of his sentence was extended in 5 stages.

Each time the condition was that Khaleda Zia had to get treatment from her home in Dhaka and she could not go abroad.

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BNP to follow the ideology of traitor?

Publish: 02:13 PM, 15 Sep, 2022


Shah Moazzem Hossain. Vice Chairman of BNP. This veteran politician passed away at 9:30 pm on Wednesday night at his home in Gulshan. His first funeral prayer was held in front of the party's central office in Nayapaltan today at 11 am. Nazrul Islam Khan, a member of BNP's standing committee, said that BNP will move forward according to the ideals of Shah Moazzem Hossain. Since then, the question has arisen in the political arena that, will the BNP then be led by the ideology of a traitor? Because Shah Moazzem Hossain is known as a traitor in the political arena. His ideals were treachery, deceit and murder.

Shah Moazzem Hossain's political career started with Chhatra League. He became the leader of Chhatra League in favor of Bangabandhu, the father of the nation. This veteran politician was elected Member of Parliament in 1970 and 1973 elections. After independence, he was elected as a chief whip in Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's Parliament. He was elected Chief Whip for the second time after the 1973 election. But later he betrayed Bangabandhu. This leader had good relations with those involved in the 75 killings and jail killings. After the assassination of Bangabandhu, Shah Moazzem Hossain attended the ministerial meeting of murderer Mushtaq.

In the eighties of political change, Shah Moazem Hossain joined the Jatiya Party and became the Secretary General of the Jatiya Party, Minister of the Ershad Government, Deputy Leader of the Parliament and Deputy Prime Minister. He joined the Bangladesh Nationalist Party-BNP during the last four-party coalition government. He was last serving as the Vice-Chairman of BNP. 

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