Panic is being spread to prolong misrule

BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has commented that fear and panic are being spread in the state-society to prolong misrule. He said that because there is no rule of law and good governance in the country, the leaders and activists participating in the democratic struggle are being deprived of justice. A totalitarian anarchy exists in the country. Fear and panic are being spread in the state-society to prolong the misrule.

He made this comment in a statement sent to the media on Monday (February 26). BNP national executive committee member and former member of parliament of Dinajpur-4 seat in false, fabricated and politically motivated cases. Akhtaruzzaman Mia and Chirirbandar Upazila BNP Joint Convener Nur Alam Siddiqui Nayan’s bail was denied and sent to jail, Fakhrul said in a statement.

He said that the Awami ruling group has become more reckless and authoritarian by seizing power through farce elections on January 7. In order to maintain state power, BNP and its affiliates and affiliated organizations have increased the level of repression in various ways on the leaders and activists of anti-democracy parties. A culture of oppression has been created by denying bail in false and fabricated cases and jailing opposition activists. Md. The incident of Akhtaruzzaman Mia and Noor Alam Siddiqui Nayan being denied bail and sent to jail is a continuation of excessive oppression by Awami.

Fakhrul said, “I am deeply concerned about the ongoing jailing of opposition leaders and activists with the help of the government through denial of bail and I call for immediate withdrawal of the false cases filed against Akhtaruzzaman Mia and Noor Alam Siddiqui Nayan and their unconditional release.”