Govt’s fall imminent: BNP
BNP today accused the government of indulging in a killing spree and planning to portray the country’s prevailing political crisis as a militant issue.
“The government’s evil efforts to project Bangladesh as a militant country before the world have already gone in vain. Now it is counting time to meet its severe downfall,” BNP Joint Secretary General Salahuddin Ahmed said in a press statement this afternoon.
Following rejection by the national and international communities, the “unelected government” has indulged in the killing spree, he alleged.
Salahuddin said the people who have been killed in the hands of different government agencies during the prevailing political crisis will be honored as national heroes.
The BNP leader also lambasted prime minister’s son Sajeeb Wazed Joy for his “Saturday’s immature remarks against BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia”.
In a post of his Facebook page yesterday, Joy, also Information and Communication Technology affairs adviser to the premier, said, “Khaleda is not a national leader. She is a national disgrace.”
Salahuddin also called upon the countrymen to continue the ongoing movement in a “peaceful manner” until their demand for a fresh election under a non-party administration is met.