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Fakhrul condemns police action on Ganatantra Mancha procession

Another brutal manifestation takes place through the barbaric attack of police on a peaceful protest procession, says Fakhrul
Express Report
  29 Feb 2024, 03:03

BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir condemned the police action on the demonstration organized by the Ganatantra Mancha on Wednesday.

He came up with the remarks in a statement, condemning the police’s baton charge on Ganatantra Mancha leader and chief coordinator of Ganasanghati Andolan Zonayed Saki and other leaders and activists during a procession towards the Secretariat on Wednesday.

"After the January 7 dummy election, the authoritarian Awami League government his carrying out more severe repression and brutal cruelty on the opposition parties, undermining the voting rights and democratic rights of the people.

"Today, another brutal manifestation took place through the barbaric attack of police on a peaceful protest procession of Ganatantra Mancha, injuring more than 50 leaders and activists including the Mancha leader Zonayed Saki and arresting a leader from the spot," said the BNP leader.

"I strongly condemn the police brutality and protest against it, demanding the immediate unconditional release of those arrested,” he continued.

"Despite being citizens of an independent country, we are now under the fearful misrule of an illegal government. Ordinary people find no refuge from the law enforcement agencies' tyranny.

"However, we believe that the illegal Awami League Government will face swift retribution from the power of the people," he added.

Fakhrul hoped for the swift recovery of the injured leaders and activists, including Zonayed Saki.

Earlier on Wednesday, police charged with batons to disperse a demonstration of the Ganatantra Mancha towards the Secretariat protesting the price hike, bank 'looting' and money laundering.

Several leaders and activists of Ganasanghati Andolan including Saki were injured in the police action.

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Fakhrul condemns police action on Ganatantra Mancha procession

Another brutal manifestation takes place through the barbaric attack of police on a peaceful protest procession, says Fakhrul
Express Report
  29 Feb 2024, 03:03

BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir condemned the police action on the demonstration organized by the Ganatantra Mancha on Wednesday.

He came up with the remarks in a statement, condemning the police’s baton charge on Ganatantra Mancha leader and chief coordinator of Ganasanghati Andolan Zonayed Saki and other leaders and activists during a procession towards the Secretariat on Wednesday.

"After the January 7 dummy election, the authoritarian Awami League government his carrying out more severe repression and brutal cruelty on the opposition parties, undermining the voting rights and democratic rights of the people.

"Today, another brutal manifestation took place through the barbaric attack of police on a peaceful protest procession of Ganatantra Mancha, injuring more than 50 leaders and activists including the Mancha leader Zonayed Saki and arresting a leader from the spot," said the BNP leader.

"I strongly condemn the police brutality and protest against it, demanding the immediate unconditional release of those arrested,” he continued.

"Despite being citizens of an independent country, we are now under the fearful misrule of an illegal government. Ordinary people find no refuge from the law enforcement agencies' tyranny.

"However, we believe that the illegal Awami League Government will face swift retribution from the power of the people," he added.

Fakhrul hoped for the swift recovery of the injured leaders and activists, including Zonayed Saki.

Earlier on Wednesday, police charged with batons to disperse a demonstration of the Ganatantra Mancha towards the Secretariat protesting the price hike, bank 'looting' and money laundering.

Several leaders and activists of Ganasanghati Andolan including Saki were injured in the police action.

Comments

Quader terms BNP as communal force, kingpin of corruption
Rizvi: Awami League govt is afraid of BNP, lacks popular support
Severe temperatures bake Chuadanga, Rajshahi as heatwave likely to continue
Dump truck runs over 2 motorcycles, killing 3 people in Rajshahi
State Minister Palak ‘ashamed’ after attack on brother-in-law’s rival