People are out on the streets for change: Jamaat

People are out on the streets for change: Jamaat
People are out on the streets for change: Jamaat

Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami Central Naib Amir and former MP Dr. Syed Abdullah Md. Taher said that most of the people of the country did not get the opportunity to vote in the 2014 and 2018 elections. As a result, the current government has become a minority government. Thus the rule of the minority people can never get legitimacy without the opinion of the majority people. History is witness, they will pay for it.

He said that on November 7, 1975, the will of the majority of the people of the country was reflected. Common people spontaneously came out. So today according to the demands of the times, people have come out on the streets for change. It will not take much time inshallah.

He said these things in the virtual discussion meeting on the occasion of ‘National Revolution and Solidarity Day’ of Dhaka Metropolis Dakshin Jamaat on Tuesday (November 7) morning.

Amir Nurul Islam Bulbul of Dhaka Metropolitan South Jamaat chaired and secretary Dr. Chairman of Bangladesh Kalyan Party Major General (Retd.) Syed Muhammad Ibrahim Birpratik, Assistant Secretary General of Jamaat Maulana Abdul Halim, Abdus Sabur Fakir of Dhaka Metropolitan South, Dr. Helal Uddin, Delawar Hossain, Kamal Hossain, Dr. Abdul Mannan.

While describing the context of National Revolution and Solidarity Day, Dr. Syed Abdullah Md. Taher said, on November 7, the motto of the unity of the sepoy people was Naraye Takbir-Allahu Akbar. From 1972-75, the government was run beyond the trust of the majority of the people of the country. Where there was no reflection of public opinion. There was no lead on November 7. People spontaneously took to the streets. The sound of naraye takbeer was everywhere. It was the sound of everyone’s heart. It’s not just a slogan, it’s a belief. On the basis of this belief, the path of the Muslim.

Syed Muhammad Ibrahim said that on November 7, Jasdar’s plan will lead the country towards socialism. But their conspiracy did not succeed as the sepoy crowd came down to the streets in unity. The then Army Chief Major General Ziaur Rahman took the right decision for the nation. It is rare to find an army chief like him. The country’s independence was under threat that day. If the sepoy crowd had not been successful that day, if the continuation of November 3 had continued, then it is easy to understand where the country would be today. Compare the prevailing political situation. What can we do? What should be done?

He mentioned that everyone should be united in the crisis of the country. The country must be protected. The voting rights of the people must be returned.

The article is in Bengali


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