With yet another general election coming up, BNP is trying to warm up its ranks.
Considering its recent demonstrations “a success”, the BNP now plans to hold public rallies in 10 divisional headquarters from October 8.
Leaders and activists of BNP and Awami League locked into a clash in Dhaka’s Mirpur area this afternoon, leaving several people injured.
BNP is holding a rally in front of Jatiya Press Club, demanding immediately allowing her to go abroad for better treatment.
Dhaka Metropolitan Police Commissioner Md Shafiqul Islam says that the matter of giving permission for BNP’s rally in front of its Naya Paltan central office is under consideration.
BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir categorically announces that his party men would never wait for permission from the concerned authority to hold their programmes.
BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam’s motorcade is intercepted by unknown criminals on his way to attend an election rally in Bandar Upazila of Narayanganj.
The BNP plans to launch countrywide agitation soon after the formation of polls-time government to realise its demand for a free, fair and inclusive national election under a neutral administration and the release of its chairperson.
Political opposition BNP rolls out a seven-point charter at their rally, placing demand for Khaleda Zia’s unconditional release on the top of their agenda.
With about three months before the national election, the BNP will come up with some specific demands, including polls under a nonpartisan administration, from its rally at Suhrawardy Udyan today.