BNP senior leader Moudud Ahmed today said the ongoing students’ movement as part of a mass outburst, warning that angry countrymen will soon take to the streets soon against the government’s misdeeds.
“It is a part of mass upsurge. Like the agitating students, people will take to the streets with pent up anger. And, it must happen,” Moudud, also a standing committee member of BNP, said.
Addressing a discussion organised by Labour Party at the National Press Club in Dhaka, he said the agitating students do not trust the government’s assurance of meeting their nine-point demands.
“Our students are saying they want to see a safe and peaceful Bangladesh instead of Awami League’s Digital Bangladesh,” the BNP leader said.
He applauded the agitating students for carrying out a peaceful movement maintaining discipline on the streets and said common people will come to the streets merging voices with the agitating to bring discipline and restore democracy in the country.