BNP march in Rampura led by Rizvi

BNP march in Rampura led by Rizvi
BNP march in Rampura led by Rizvi

On the second day of the blockade announced by the BNP, party leaders and activists started taking positions on the roads in different parts of the country, including the capital, to protest the police’s obstruction of the mass rally and demand the release of the arrested leaders and activists.

As part of this, a procession was taken out on Wednesday (November 1) at 8 am in the capital Rampura Bishwa Road under the leadership of Senior Joint Secretary General of BNP, Advocate Ruhul Kabir Rizvi.

Dhaka College Chhatra Dal march in Sciencelab area of ​​the capital

At that time Rizvi said, our movement is the people’s movement. Movement for restoration of democracy and rights. This movement cannot be stopped by threats, shooting, killing, repression. This time, BNP leaders and workers will return home after establishing the rights of the people.

Meanwhile, under the direction of Dhaka Metropolitan North BNP member secretary Aminul Haque, the leaders of Rupnagar thana BNP and all organizations are preparing to block the Beribandh highway of Rupnagar thana.

Blockers set fire to tires in the signboard area Photo: Nasirul Islam

Apart from this, at some points of the capital, leaders of student groups of various institutions have taken a position to observe the blockade program.

In support of the blockade, the leaders and activists of Dhaka College Chhatra Dal took out a procession at the Sciencelab area of ​​the capital around 8 am.

After seeing the police, the besiegers ran away Photo: Nasirul Islam

The blockaders tried to block the road by burning tires in the signboard area of ​​Narayanganj on Wednesday morning. After seeing the police, they ran away.

As part of the blockade program, BNP leaders and activists have already started picketing on various main roads of the country.

The article is in Bengali


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