Five policemen, including the officer-in-charge (OC) of Mollahat Police Station, were injured in an attack allegedly by Hefajat-e Islam activists in Bagerhat this morning.
City dwellers yesterday suffered due to a shortage of public transport and traffic restrictions imposed on different roads centering the
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urges the Alem-Ulema of the country not to take laws in their own hands provoked by propaganda on social media.
Police detain two Hefajat activists for their alleged suspicious activities at Shahbagh intersection of Dhaka.
Cracks have surfaced within the Hefajat-e Islam over a proposed public reception to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, prompting the Islamist group's senior nayeb-e-ameer Mohibullah Babunagari to resign.
The residents of Dhaka’s Mohammadpur and its adjoining areas suffer due to severe traffic gridlock following a rally arranged by a faction of Tablig Jamaat and followers of Hefajat-e Islam.
Hefajat-e Islam threatens that if Maulana Saad Kandhalvi is not sent to India, “prevailing peace and mobility on roads in Dhaka might be hampered”.
In wake of the recent issue between Islamists Hefajat-e-Islam and Sultana Kamal, a group of civil society leaders have voiced to stand by the rights activist. They criticise the government's inaction and demand immediate arrest of those who threatened Sultana Kamal.
Ten eminent personalities of the country in a statement yesterday said the government “virtually surrendered to religious fundamentalist forces” through removing the Lady Justice's statue from the Supreme Court premises.