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BNP asks govt to resign without delay

Dhaka march

29 January 2023

News Desk  :
BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has called upon the current government to resign without delay.
He made this comment before the inauguration of the march program organized by Dhaka North City unit BNP at Badda in the capital on Saturday (January 28), reports banglanews24.com.
Fakhrul said we started a new movement through a silent protest and silent march in Dhaka city.
"We will force this monstrous government to remove along with the people," he added.
"Today the price of rice, pulses, eggs, oil and salt has increased. My rickshaw puller brothers, labor brothers are not able to live. They are not able to buy rice, pulse, oil and salt," he added.
He further said, "Today, if you want to speak and protest, the opposition party is being detained with false cases and disappear cases. Today they have turned the entire Bangladesh into a prison. Do we accept it?"
Fakhrul said, "Do we have right to vote?  No.  We need to bring back that right to vote. We need to take back the right to speak."
Earlier, BNP begun its four-day march program in the capital to press home their 10-point demand, including holding the next general election under a non-party caretaker government.
The first of the road marches, organised by the party's Dhaka North unit, started from the Suvastu Valley point
at Badda around 2pm and end in front of Abul Hotel at Malibagh.
Earlier on January 26, BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir announced the program for Dhaka at a press conference the party's Naya Paltan central office.
Fakhrul said that the leaders and activists of their party's Dhaka north and south city units will observe the march program on January 28, 31, 30 and February 1 respectively.
Dhaka North City unit BNP will march from Gabtoli to Mirpur 10 intersection on January 31 and Dhaka South City unit BNP will march from Jatrabari to Shyampur on January 30 and from Mugda to Malibagh on February 1.

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