Atrocities of Bangla Bhai in northern Bangladesh including Rajshahi: BNP MPs and ministers used to hire militants to kill people under the patronage of Tarique Rahman

A large area of the northern region, including Rajshahi, Natore and Naogaon, became a city of terror due to the open killings and brutality of the extremist militants. Later, the caretaker government hanged the notorious militant Bangla Bhai and his associate Shaykh. But the BNP-Jamaat coalition government not only denied their killings but also...

BNP govt used to send money to militants through police: Sajeeb Wazed

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's Information and Technology Advisor Sajeeb Wazed Joy has posted a video clip on his verified Facebook page about the funding of militants during the BNP-Jamaat government. In the video shared on Wednesday, he alleged that the BNP leaders used to send money to militants through the hands of the police. In the video...

BNP-Jamaat sponsored Militant Outfit JMB to Carry Out Terrorism across the Country

Immediately after formatting the government in 2001, the BNP-Jamaat men started massacring the Awami League leaders and activists, including killing, torturing, extorting, looting and raping their women. They even hired militant outfits to carry out killing missions across the country. Khaleda Zia’s government used to communicate with the milit...

Behind the BNP's poll reluctance

Sukharanjan Dasgupta: Why is Bangladesh's leading opposition party, the BNP, reluctant to fight the parliament elections? Why is it that the BNP leaders are threatening to launch an agitation to oust the Hasina government? At the root of this is a serious leadership crisis facing the BNP. Their chairperson and former prime minister Khaleda Zia...

Why BNP Fears to Participate in Election?

The main goal of any political party in a democratic country is to serve the nation by reflecting the hopes and aspirations of the people. And the election is the only way to do it. Therefore, the key objective of the political party is to lead the country with support from the majority of the people to gain policy-making power. We have recently...

21st August 2004: The Day When Humanity Stood Ashamed

21st of August, another dark August day of Bangladesh's politics. On this day, in 2004, grenades and bullets were deployed in a crowded area of Dhaka city for assassinating the entire top leadership of Bangladesh Awami League; the day when the Central Office of Awami League at Bangabandhu Avenue became a scene of carnage and mayhem. During the ...