Morning-Evening Hartal Across The Country On Sunday: BNP

Morning-Evening Hartal Across The Country On Sunday BNP My News Bangladesh

Before this, heat spread around the rally of BNP and Awami League in the capital. The first clash between Awami League and BNP activists started in Kakrail at 1 pm. Later, the fear of this clash spread to the surrounding area including Nightangle Junction.In this situation the general meeting was adjourned. Later, tomorrow’s strike program was announced.

BNP leaders and activists clashed with the police at the Kakrail junction of the capital around 1:00 p.m. that day. At that time, BNP workers set fire to the Police Box and Engineers Institution (IEB) building at Kakrail intersection. However, the fire service brought the fire under control after five minutes.

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During the clash, BNP activists attacked the Chief Justice’s residence besides the police box. They broke the CCTV of the residence and set a bus and a pickup on fire.

There is heat in politics around the rally of BNP and Awami League in the capital. Law and order forces are on high alert around the rally of the two main parties. There is concern among common people.

In this regard, the head of DB Mohammad Haroon Or Rashid said that the gatherings should be held systematically, they have taken permission from the DMP commissioner under such conditions. But suddenly the BNP activists first threw bricks and stones at the police. He said, then we remove them. Later they set fire to the IDEB building, vandalized the Chief Justice’s building. We removed them.

When asked about the Jamaat’s rally in Motijheel, he said, “We are not saying anything if the Jamaat holds a peaceful rally.” But even there they threw bricks and stones at the police. We are vigilant, we will take legal action if things go out of control.

He also said that those who caused the fire in the government building and fire in the bus will be investigated and legal action will be taken.

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