BNP Secretary Normal Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir: Striving for Democracy and Freedom
BNP Secretary Regular Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir right now talked about their social gathering’s solely goal is to keep away from losing the nation from the fingers of the current fascist regime.
“We now have been in wrestle and wrestle in the direction of the oppression of the fascist, authoritarian and oppressive regime. Our solely goal is to free the nation from the grasp of these fascists,” he talked about.
Speaking at a programme on the BNP chairperson’s Gulshan office, Fakhrul talked about many opposition leaders and activists have already sacrificed their lives whereas many others have been subjected to enforced disappearance for the restoration of democrat and voting rights throughout the nation.
On July 18 ultimate, he talked about police opened hearth at a peaceable march programme of BNP in Laxmipur, killing Krishak Dal activist Sajib Hossain, and injuring many others. “Movement is the one means for us to remove this authorities. “This regime need to be overthrown.”
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Laxmipur unit BNP organized the programme to particular sympathy to the family members of Sajib and other people injured on July 18 whereas observing BNP’s march programme throughout the district.
Fakhrul talked about the nation and none of its residents will not keep safe if Awami League is in vitality.
The BNP chief talked about the sacrifices of lives by the opposition leaders and activists, along with Sajib, will not go in ineffective. “We must always ship once more our rights and arrange a pro-people authorities.
Stating that the nation’s people are with their social gathering’s ongoing movement, Fakhrul talked about they think about of us will definitely arrange a democratic authorities by ousting the current regime.
He talked about BNP will always maintain by the family members of the slain Krishak Dal activist and other people injured and misplaced eyesight in police firing in Laxmipur.