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This lockdown is not scientific: BNP


This lockdown is not scientific: BNP

This lockdown is not scientific: BNP

The BNP has called on the government to provide emergency relief to the homes of the poor and helpless during the lockdown. The call was made while announcing the decision taken at the party's standing committee meeting.

The virtual meeting was held on Saturday under the chairmanship of acting chairman of the party Tareq Rahman. This was stated in a press release signed by Syed Emran Saleh Prince, the organizing secretary in charge of the party's office on Sunday.

The statement said that due to extreme indifference and mismanagement and corruption of the government, the situation in the country has gone out of control. The members of the party's standing committee expressed deep concern over such a situation.

Leaders of the party's standing committee believe the announced lockdown is politically motivated. If not, how did the golden jubilee of independence and the birth centenary of Bangabandhu take place in such a situation even though the infection is on the rise?

At such a stage of the epidemic, the leaders of the party said that these events were nothing but arbitrariness of the government. And the way the lockdown is now, it's not scientific. This will be the suffering of the poor and helpless people.

Virtual protest meeting

Mentioning that the government has cracked down on the movement centered on Narendra Modi's visit, the party leaders at the virtual protest meeting demanded that all the conspiratorial false cases against the BNP leaders and workers should be dropped soon.

The price hike of TCB products before Ramadan is anti-people

At the meeting, members of the party's standing committee termed TCB's decision to increase commodity prices and increase public transport fares by 60 per cent as anti-people. The meeting called on the government to take immediate steps to reduce commodity prices and reduce public transport fares through subsidies.

Concerned about controlling digital platforms, including Facebook

In a press release, the BTRC expressed concern over the government's arbitrariness in controlling all types of digital platforms, including Facebook. On the one hand, the right to express one's opinion has been curtailed through the Digital Security Act and on the other hand, the government has been denounced for depriving the people of their constitutional rights through technology.

BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, Barrister Jamir Uddin Sarkar, Mirza Abbas, Gayeshwar Chandra Roy, Dr. took part in the meeting. Abdul Moin Khan, Nazrul Islam Khan, Amir Khasru Mahmud Chowdhury and Iqbal Hasan Mahmud Tuku among others.


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