BNP-Jamaat’s Deadly Brand of “Terror Politics” in Bangladesh

The Canadian Federal Court in Ottawa, Ontario in Gazi v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration) (2017 FC 94) held that BNP is indeed a terrorist organization. The court took into account that BNP is a party that uses armed struggle or violence to reach political objectives, uses ‘ammunitions and arms’ like hand bombs, pistols, and big swords like ...

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...

Lest We Forget The Real Mafias of Bangladesh

Barrister Shah Ali Farhad: When Awami League won a landslide election led by Sheikh Hasina on 29 December 2008, it was bad bad news for some very crooked and powerful people: 1. The convicted killers of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib, whose appeals in the Supreme Court were intentionally stalled by the then BNP-Jamaat Government from 2001-06. Rememb...

Corrupts and terrorists will be brought to justice: HPM Sheikh Hasina

Stating that the government didn't withdraw any case against her, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said those who will commit corruption and terrorism and get involved in militancy must be tried to ensure the country's peace and development. "We want to bring a peaceful environment ... we want to develop the country and change the lot of the pe...

BNP Jamaat's Violence in the name of Politics

In the Name of Politics BNP-Jamaat Alliance is Burning People Alive. To Know Detail Please Visit: http://bnpjamaatviolence.albd.org/

The Necessity of the 5 January Elections

This article looks at the necessity of the 5 January elections, and how Awami League tried its best to accommodate BNP and its allies to participate, failing which there was no other option but to go ahead with the elections according to the constitutional obligation.

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...