BNP briefs overseas diplomats about ‘assaults’ on sit-ins
BNP right this moment briefed overseas diplomats stationed in Dhaka concerning the nation’s newest political state of affairs and another points, together with ‘assaults’ on their sit-programme on the entrances of the capital.
BNP Secretary Common Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir and the celebration’s senior leaders apprised the diplomats of the celebration’s observations at a closed-door assembly at a metropolis lodge within the afternoon.
Diplomats from round 25 international locations, together with the USA, the UK, the EU, Germany, China and Russia attended the almost hour-long assembly that started round 4:00pm.
Aside from Fakhrul, BNP standing committee members Mirza Abbas, Gayeshwar Chandra Roy, Dr Abdul Moyeen Khan, Nazrul Islam Khan and Amir Khosru Mahmud Chowdhury have been, amongst others, current on the assembly.
Speaking to reporters after the assembly, Amir Khosru mentioned they briefed the overseas envoys concerning the present political incidents, particularly the ‘joint’ assaults on BNP’s peaceable programme on July 29 by the police and armed “cadres” of the ruling celebration.
“We additionally talked concerning the arrest of our leaders and activists and false circumstances filed towards them. Folks, who imagine in democracy and wish to see democracy, democratic order and human rights in Bangladesh, have to know these points. We knowledgeable the diplomats of those points in right this moment’s briefing,” he mentioned.
The BNP chief mentioned the overseas envoys additionally wished to know through which route Bangladesh is shifting ahead forward of the following nationwide election.
Khosru mentioned they elaborately appraised the overseas diplomats of the incidents of ‘terrorist’ assaults, arrests and torture by the police and ruling celebration males throughout BNP’s grand rally and sit-in programme within the capital on July 28 and 29 respectively.
He mentioned additionally they informed the overseas envoys that circumstances have been filed towards those that have been subjected to assaults and repression. “Even, the circumstances have been filed towards many individuals who have been staying overseas or in Saudi Arabia for Hajj.”