Dhaka: BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has commented that the history created by the death of Juba Dal leader Shahidul Islam Shaon will make the party leaders and activists more courageous against the terrible misrule of the government.
He said these things in a condolence message after the death of Shaon Dhameke, who was injured in the police-BNP clash in Munshiganj on Thursday (September 22).
Mirza Fakhrul said, “I am at a loss for words to express my grief over the death of Jubo Dal leader Shahidul Islam Shawon, who was seriously injured in police firing while undergoing treatment at Dhaka Medical College (DMEC) Hospital on Thursday night. I firmly believe that the history made by Shahidul Islam Shaon, a deep believer in the Bangladeshi nationalist philosophy, by being shot dead by the police while carrying out a peaceful program of BNP, will make the party leaders and workers more courageous against the terrible misrule of the government.
He said that the late Shaheedul Islam Shaon will never be forgotten from the hearts of the countrymen even though he has left the illusion of this time and gone to the other side. The countrymen and the party will forever remember this youth party leader who is courageous against all the misdeeds and injustices of the Awami government. The commanding police forces are pouncing like wolves on any program of BNP to sustain the government, seriously injuring the leaders and taking lives. The government has now gone berserk as the sirens of collapse begin to sound. The fall of the Awami government is imminent.
He said, I am seeking forgiveness for the soul of Shaheedul Islam Shaon and express my deepest condolences to the bereaved family members, relatives and well-wishers.
Incidentally, during the BNP program in Muktarpur of Munshiganj on the afternoon of September 21, there was a massive clash between the activists and the police. When the youth leader Shaon was seriously injured, he was admitted to DMK Hospital. He died on Thursday night.
Bangladesh Time: 0941 hours, September 23, 2022
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