On the first day of the fourth round of 48-hour blockade called by BNP and like-minded parties, the leaders and activists of BNP and other organizations held a protest march in front of Motijhele Ideal School and College at Kachabazar intersection in the capital. BNP Senior Joint Secretary General Ruhul Kabir Rizvi led it. Leaders and activists protested this Sunday at 7 o’clock in the morning.
BNP and like-minded parties and organizations have announced a fourth round of 48-hour blockade program with the aim of demanding a round of demands including the attack on the mass gathering in Dhaka on October 28, the arrest and killing of thousands of leaders and activists of various parties, the resignation of the government and elections under a non-partisan neutral caretaker government.
At this time, the health affairs secretary of the BNP National Executive Committee. Rafiqul Islam, co-editor of health affairs. Parvez Reza Kakon, Executive Committee Member Mahbubul Islam, Dhaka Metropolitan South Labor Party Joint Convener Anwar Hossain Khan, Siddiqur Rahman Mintu, Zillur Rahman Khan, Shahbag Police Station Convener Mohammad Jasim Uddin, Motijheel Police Station Convener JK Lovelu Dhali, Khilgaon Police Station Convener Mohammad Amir Hossain , convener of Mugda police station. Quddus Bepari, convener of Paltan police station. Abu Taher Shajahanpur police station convener. Leaders including Mintu, Sabuj Bagh police station convener Mohammad Swadhin, member secretary Jasimuddin were present.
Ruhul Kabir Rizvi said in a short speech, “People from all walks of life have supported the BNP blockade in the movement to restore democracy and establish human rights.” Using force, arresting and torturing the people will not help. Leaving out 90% of the country’s population, no more fraudulent elections will be allowed in this country. No evil power will stand before the people. BNP leaders and workers will return home after establishing the voting rights of the people of Bangladesh.
Regarding the blockade program that started today, Rizvi said, ‘The 48-hour blockade program is for the democracy-loving people of Bangladesh who believe in democracy, who believe in freedom-sovereignty, who believe in real democracy, who believe in free, fair, participatory elections, who believe in credible elections. , everyone believes in competitive elections to make this blockade a success.’
Rizvi also said, ‘They should be present in every place including the roads and highways in Bangladesh and they will be on the streets by resisting all the oppression-torture-oppression-torture of the government. On behalf of the BNP, we are making that call to the democracy-loving people of the country.