People don’t want to see AL’s election drama: Islami Andolan


Staff Reporter  :
Leaders and activists of Islami Andolon Bangladesh (IAB) brought out a demonstration procession from the north gate of Baitul Mukarram Mosque in the capital on Monday, demanding free, fair and credible polls in the country.

Speaking in the procession, Islami Andolan Bangladesh Presidium Member Prof Ashraf Ali Akon said people of the country are not interested to see Awami League’s (AL’s) election drama.

“The Awami League, which led the war of independence, lost public support and became disoriented.

Now, they fear conducting fair elections in the country,” he added.

He alleged that the ruling party has destroyed the judiciary, administration and education system of the country.


“It has turned the country into a heaven for corrupt people.

If corruption could be curbed in the country, it is possible to reduce the price of goods.”

The Islami Andolan leader also alleged that miscreants exploded crude bombs at the Paltan intersection, aiming to disrupt their procession.

The party arranged the demonstration protesting the announcement of the election schedule, release of detained political leaders and election under a “national government”.

Ashraf Ali Akon announced that they will again hold a demonstration procession after Jummah prayers on 8 December.