- October 14, 2017
Senior leaders of the ruling party said the CEC’s remark about Ziaur Rahman was aimed at placating BNP and ensure its participation in the polls
On Saturday, KM Nurul Huda lauded BNP founder Ziaur Rahman and former BNP governments at a scheduled session of dialogues.
Election Commission officials have also talked about their limitations during the dialogue, says Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir
The ruling party will sit down with the commission on October 18
BNP, which also leads the 20-party alliance, says they will “soon provide the outline for the polls-time government”
Sheikh Hasina says she had tried her best to bring the BNP to the table for participating in the 2014 parliament election
BNP is optimistic that the government will accept its election-time supporting government proposal
‘BNP is trying to confuse the people as part of their conspiracy after misquoting the chief justice’s statements’
She will reach Dhaka at 5:40pm
The prime minister was commenting on the turbulent conditions surrounding the Chief Justice
Before leaving for Australia, Chief Justice Sinha on Friday evening told journalists that he was physically fit, completely contradicting a government narrative that he took a month-long leave on grounds of ill health.
Five people, including a local police station OC, were injured in the attack
Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha gave a written statement to the media at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport on Friday, while he was leaving Dhaka for Australia.
‘We’ll join the dialogue with the Election Commission with a big team and place our written proposals’
‘The government can’t accept and tolerate the verdict on the 16th amendment’
The car carrying the deputy leader of the parliament was vandalised, but she was unharmed, police say
Many leaders of the party are also concerned about her political future due to a number of reasons
“People can easily understand that the issuance of these warrants against Khaleda Zia, just as she is set to return home, is a plot by the government. We believe it is a part of the government’s strategy against the BNP,” Rizvi said.
The government plans to take preemptive action against political movement ahead of elections
So far, the shutdown has received lukewarm response with little to no report of violence coming in from the districts