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Another 48-hour blockade with a break on Tuesday

Another 48-hour blockade with a break on Tuesday
Another 48-hour blockade with a break on Tuesday

Dhaka: After the second round of 48-hour blockade, BNP announced another 48-hour blockade with a one-day break. The third phase of the blockade will continue from 6 am on Wednesday to 6 am on Friday.

BNP Senior Joint Secretary General Ruhul Kabir Rizvi announced the program in a virtual press conference on Monday (October 6) afternoon.

He said that the blockade program will be held from 6 am on Wednesday (October 8) to 6 am on Friday (October 10) with a one-day break to demand the resignation of the government, elections under a non-partisan neutral government and the release of party leaders and activists.

After the mass meeting on October 28, BNP held a morning-evening hartal program across the country on October 29. After that, a 72-hour blockade program was held from October 31 to November 2 in the first phase.

Later, a 48-hour blockade of roads, railways and waterways was announced across the country including Dhaka from Sunday to demand the resignation of the government. The blockade will end early Tuesday morning.

BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir along with some top leaders have been arrested and are now in jail.

Bangladesh Time: 1723 hours, November 06, 2023

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The article is in Bengali


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