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Hold dialogue or face movement: Khaleda Zia

Hold dialogue or face movement: Khaleda Zia

BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia has threatened that she would wage a harsher movement against the ‘Sheikh Hasina-led illegal government’ if it does not arrange immediate talks for an inclusive general election. “We have given 10-month to the ‘Sheikh Hasina led illegal government’ for dialogue but it did not pay any heed. We won't do...

Khaleda to visit 4 dists in Oct, Nov

Khaleda to visit 4 dists in Oct, Nov

BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia is scheduled to visit four districts during the months of October and November to garner public support in favour of the party's demand for an immediate election under a nonparty caretaker system. BNP-led 20-party alliance will arrange four rallies in Nilphamari and Natore on October 23 and 30, the party’s...

Language Movement Hero Abdul Matin's Death

Nation mourns

President Abdul Hamid, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, and different politicians and organisations have expressed their condolences at the death of Language Movement hero Abdul Matin. Matin, 88, breathed his last at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) yesterday morning. Hamid, who is currently in Saudi Arabia, in his message said the nation has lost a legend of the Language Movement. In a similar message, Sheikh Hasina termed Matin's demise “the end of a living history.” “The first step for the independence of the...

Khaleda co-opts idea from AL

Appreciating BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia for her “realisation” that a movement can not be waged by fixing a timeframe, Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed yesterday said she co-opted the political idea from the ruling Awami League. “This is our notion…I congratulate her for realising that any movement can not be launched by setting a deadline,” he told journalists at his office after exchanging greetings with officials and employees of his ministry on the first workday after the Eid-ul-Azha holiday. While exchanging Eid...

No alternative to movement: Fakhrul

No alternative to movement: Fakhrul

BNP spokesperson Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir today said the “illegal” government is snatching away people’s rights by enacting various acts and formulating policies like National Broadcast Policy-2014 to cling to power forever. He threatened to go for a tougher movement to oust the government saying: “There is no alternative to staging all-out movement to...

Govt not worried about BNP demo: Syed Ashraf

Govt not worried about BNP demo: Syed Ashraf

The government is not worried about any violence in the wake of the opposition BNP's announcement of an anti-government movement after the Eid, ruling Awami League general secretary said today. "We hope BNP would hold its demonstration peacefully," Syed Ashraful Islam said while exchanging Eid greetings with journalists at his office at Secretariat. Asked about the ruling party's strategy to deal with the anti-government agitation, Ashraf, also the LGRD minister, replied: "We are now busy preparing to observe the National Mourning Day on August 15."

No reason to be feared: Abbas to govt

No reason to be feared: Abbas to govt

BNP’s new Dhaka city chief Mirza Abbas today said the Awami League government has no reason to get feared of opposition’s movement as what he said the anti-government agitation would be “peaceful and democratic”. “But do not let loose your [the government] cadre groups and do not attack us. You will have to provide us opportunity to wage normal agitation,” Abbas said at an iftar programme at the capital’s Ladies Club.  The Dhaka Medical College Hospital unit of Doctors Association of Bangladesh, a platform of pro-BNP physicians, arranged the iftar. This was Abbas’s maiden appearance before the public and media since the announcement of the 56-member committee of the party’s crucial chapter...

Govt to be forced to hold polls: Khaleda

Govt to be forced to hold polls: Khaleda

BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia today said the BNP-led 20-party alliance would force the Sheikh Hasina government to hold a fresh national election under a non-party administration through massive movement after Eid. The BNP chief said this at an Iftar programme at a city hotel. National Democratic Party, a component in the 20-party alliance, organised the programme in honour of politicians. In her brief speech, Khaleda, also chief of the alliance, said people are ready to wage movement against the government as they have expressed their no confidence in the Hasina administration by rejecting the January 5 polls. “People did not go to election centres to cast their votes in the January 5 polls...

Post-Eid Movement

PM hits back at BNP threat

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday cautioned the BNP on its threat to stage anti-government protests after Eid, saying the government would not tolerate people's sufferings in the name of movement. "The BNP threatens to wage movement after Eid to topple the government. No one will be allowed to play with people's fate," she said in her valedictory speech at the budget session of the 10th parliament. People will not forget the brutalities the party had carried out before the January 5...

BAU students demand death penalty for Saad killers

BAU students demand death penalty for Saad killers

Academic and administrative activities came to a halt at Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) as students started an indefinite strike today, demanding immediate arrest and capital punishment to the killers of Saad Ibney Momtaj. Saad, a final-year student of BAU fisheries faculty, died at a private clinic in Mymensingh town on April 1, a day...

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