Tariqat programme still on
Radical Islamist group Hefazat-e-Islam has decided to shift its planned November 15 Shapla Chattar rally to November 23, after taking into consideration the observance of Ashura and Tablig Jamaat programmes in the capital on November 15.
Hefazat’s Press Secretary Monir Ahmed made the disclosure to the Dhaka Tribune on Saturday, adding that the decision was announced at a programme at Chittagong’s Hathazari on Friday.READ MORE
A number of politicians outside the ruling or BNP-led opposition alliances thought the latest action of the government would make situation more complicated
The leaders of different political parties said the failure of the two major parties to hold talks would linger political crisis and trigger more violence, creating a deadlock in the future.
Many of them, who are allies of ruling Awami League, said talks could be held even after arrests of top opposition leaders for resolving the crisis over polls-time government system.
However, a number of politicians outside the ruling or BNP-led opposition alliances thought the latest action of the government would make situation more complicated.READ MORE
They also demanded highest punishments for the war criminals and ban on religion-based political parties
Communist Party of Bangladesh (CPB) and Bangladesher Samajtantrik Dal (BSD) leaders on Friday urged the two major political parties, Awami League and BNP, to take effective steps for resolving the ongoing political crisis and holding a free and fair parliamentary election.
They also demanded highest punishments for the war criminals and ban on religion-based political parties including Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami while speaking at a joint-rally organised by CPB and BSD at the capital’s Suhrawardi Uddyan.READ MORE
Awami League government has won in Barguna 2 constituency by-election through a power game and therefore no the election under AL can be fair
Islamist party Islami Andolan Bangladesh on Friday demanded a non-partisan polls-time government system to resolve the existing political crisis.
Party Chairman Rezaul Karim urged the president to take initiatives to resolve the political crisis and initiate election time government system.
Addressing a rally at the capital’s Suhrawardi Uddyan, he said the government had created a political crisis by the 15th amendment of the constitution.READ MORE