Let the truth be known: no one has any idea what’s going to happen to Bangladeshi politics.
A man is arrested in a case filed for attempting to kill his wife by setting her on fire at GEC residential area of Chattogram.
More than 400 people are sued in connection with yesterday’s arson attacks and vandalism in Longadu upazila of Rangamati. Meanwhile, police arrest four more persons in this connection.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday hinted that BNP-Jamaat men had links with the recent secret killings and the government had substantial evidence in this regard. These two parties have changed their tactics and started attacking some “soft targets,” following public wrath for their arson attacks early last year, she added.
For 91 days from January 6 to April 4 last year, there was hardly a single day when innocent people were not burnt to death or injured in arson attacks on public transports.
BNP demands an international probe to identify the miscreants who carried out subversive activities during the party’s three-month-long anti-government movement.
BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia claims that policemen carried out the arson attacks during the BNP-led 20-party alliance’s anti-government movement earlier this year.
Ruling out again the possibility of any dialogue with Khaleda Zia, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says the best option for BNP chief to surrender to court
BNP announces to honour people, being killed in the hands of different government forces in the ongoing movement, as “freedom fighters of this generation”