Law enforcers will conduct special drives to apprehend "troublemakers" and will not allow any illegal gathering on the streets, said officials
As long as it faced no street confrontation, BNP saw a huge success in its recent anti-government demonstrations. But because of the way Saturday’s sit-ins played out, the party high-ups are considering taking a step back from capital-centric anti-government programmes for now.
Authorities must prevent violence and legal intimidation targeting BNP activists
To avoid confrontation, both AL and BNP must come to a consensus.
A consensus among political parties is essential for holding a good election.
The political culture that has been bred in the country by the ruling party is one of impunity, where party members are, directly or indirectly, encouraged to violently suppress dissenting voices. The slapping of Inamul Haque is merely a result of that attitude.
What game do our political leaders plan to play?
In the current environment, it is the ruling party that has been seen in the offensive.