Jamaat’s 48-hour blockade begins again from today

Jamaat’s 48-hour blockade begins again from today
Jamaat’s 48-hour blockade begins again from today

The 48-hour blockade is starting from today again on the call of Jamaat. Maulana ATM Ma’chum, Acting Secretary General of the party, called for orderly and peaceful success of the third phase of the blockade of roads, railways and waterways across the country for two days starting from 6:00 in the morning and ending at 6:00 in the morning on Friday, November 10. In a statement, he said, the anti-government movement is going on demanding the resignation of the oppressive government, the formation of a caretaker government during the elections, the release of all the royal prisoners including Jamaat Amir Dr. Shafiqur Rahman, the withdrawal of false cases and bringing the prices of goods within the purchasing power of the people. Since the announcement of the program, the government has continued its nationwide crackdown. The government is obstructing the peaceful program of establishing constitutional, democratic and fundamental human rights of the opposition parties by resorting to various conspiracies and tactics.

A despicable plot is being hatched to suppress the movement by keeping the top leaders of the opposition in jail. Numerous leaders and activists are being arrested and detained with false and fabricated cases. A one-sided election plot is being made by depriving the opposition party of leadership. Unsuccessful attempts are being made to suppress the movement by intimidation. The backs of the oppressed masses, victims of the brutal and unspeakable torture of the tyrannical government, have turned against the wall. It seems that the government is plotting to usurp power this time through fraudulent and farcical elections like in the past. We want to warn the government that any attempt at one-sided elections will be resisted by the people, God willing. Calling for spontaneous participation in all anti-government programs, he said to the conscious countrymen that the government should not fall into any kind of trap. One must always be alert to government conspiracies and continue the agitation until an electoral caretaker government is installed. He appealed to the people of Jamaat-e-Islami at all levels, the leaders and activists of the opposition parties and the struggling masses of the country to make the two-day consecutive 48-hour blockade program orderly and peacefully successful on November 8 and 9, Wednesday and Thursday.

Observance of National Revolution and Solidarity Day: Former MP of Jamaat-e-Islami Central Nayeb Amir 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. Through this 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, this time it will not take much time insha Allah.

He said this while addressing the chief guest at the virtual discussion meeting organized by Jamaat-e-Islami Dhaka Metropolitan South on the occasion of National Revolution and Solidarity Day yesterday. Central Executive Council Member and Amir of Dhaka Metropolitan South Nurul Islam Bulbul chaired and Central Working Council Member and Secretary of Dhaka Metropolitan South Dr. Chairman of Bangladesh Kalyan Party Major General (retd) Syed Muhammad Ibrahim Bir Prateek was the main discussant in the meeting chaired by Shafiqul Islam Masud. Jamaat-e-Islami Assistant Secretary General Maulana Abdul Halim was the special guest. Spoke, Naib Amir Abdus Sabur Fakir of Dhaka Metropolitan South, Advocate Dr. Helal Uddin, Assistant Secretary Delawar Hossain, Kamal Hossain, Dr. Abdul Mannan and others.

Major General (retd) Syed Muhammad Ibrahim Bir Prateek said that Jasd’s plan on November 7 will lead the country to socialism. But their conspiracy did not succeed as the sepoy crowd came down to the streets in unity. He said that 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 soldiers 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. He said, look at 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.

In the president’s speech, Nurul Islam Bulbul said, November 7 is the day of rebirth and reconstruction of our nation. On November 7, the sepoys freed the nation from one-party rule and gifted multi-party rule. 7th November is a glorious and historic day. On this day, due to the combined and struggling role of the sepoys, Bangladesh as the second largest Muslim country, Islam as a nation state was able to be established in the court of the world. Along the way, the constitution added ‘Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim’, imported secularism, ‘faith and absolute trust in Allah as the source of all actions’ and ‘social justice’ instead of socialism. On this day, the nation was able to establish a multi-party parliamentary democracy freed from the shackles of one-party tyranny. Basically 7 November is the day of rebirth and reconstruction of our nation.

Dhaka Metropolitan North: Inspired by the spirit of November 7, Jamaat-e-Islami central working council member and in-charge of Dhaka Metropolitan North Amir Abdur Rahman has called upon everyone, regardless of party affiliation, to unite and use all their strength to succeed in the ongoing movement to establish democracy and democratic values ​​in the country and build a Bangladesh free from tyranny, dictatorship and fascism. Musa and Central Working Council member and Secretary of Dhaka Metropolitan North. Muhammad Rezaul Karim. In a joint statement yesterday on the occasion of the National Revolution and Solidarity Day, they said that November 7 is a historic and significant day to take the pledge and pledge to protect independence and sovereignty. On this day in 1975, the patriotic and Islam-loving sepoys united and shook the streets with the sound of ‘Naraye Takbeer, Allahu Akbar’, protecting the independence and sovereignty of the country and foiling the hegemonic conspiracy. Therefore, the spirit of National Revolution and Solidarity Day should be inspired to build a hunger-poverty and misrule-free Bangladesh. Otherwise our nation will be in crisis of existence.

The article is in Bengali

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