City Election: BNP quits midway, not Bangladesh

Before the city corporation elections in Dhaka and Chittagong, BNP was desperate – not to win the race but to quit midway through the voting. Afraid to test their popularity due to the 93 days of arson campaign on innocent people, they were on the lookout for any chance to make the democratic process questionable and snatch people’s ...

Terror Of BNP Jamaat Exposed Like Daylight

In scores of hit-and-run arson attacks, almost every day, since the out-of-sorts Bangladesh Nationalist Party launched its farcical “peaceful” programme about a month back, 49 innocent lives were burnt to death, and 331 suffered burn injuries. Admitted at the DMCH burn unit, the victims were making the air thick with their blood-cud...

BNP Jamaat Terrorists Out To Hold Back Progress In Education

Besides, the ongoing blockade played havoc with education with most of the institutions, from primary schools to universities, failing to hold classes properly, and resulting in changes in exam schedule. Moreover, the young learners' preparations were ruined and the students had to go through undue mental pressure. Turning a blind eye to the pl...

BNP-Jamaat’s Ongoing Arson Violence Culprits Nabbed Red Handed

According to reports run by national electronic and print media, in last 20 days of non-stop blockade, at least 18 rioters of Shibir, student wing of Jamaat-e-Islami, a party that opposed the country’s independence and a key ally of Bangladesh Nationalist Party, were caught by law enforcers and common people while fleeing after carrying ou...

Phone Conversation reveals BNP-Jamaat's Bigwigs Link in Jatrabari Arson Attack

Referring to a group of arsonists, the activist said “we have hired them, they demand BDT TK 15,000 for grisly arson… " Other conversations showed even the high profile leaders warned its activists of expulsion from party posts unless the activists unleashed mindless violence on common people, a media report added. "60 percent mon...

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