Published:  02:38 AM, 11 January 2019

Oikya Front to launch agitation from Sylhet

Leaders of the Jatiya Oikya Front and BNP led 20- party alliance have decided to visit Balaganj in Sylhet district on Tuesday to register their protest against the fake and fictitious election held on December 30. This is one of the three activities the Oikya Front has taken up to press their demand for re-elections.

The central leaders of these two alliances - the Jatiya Oikya Front and the BNP led  20-Party Alliances instructed their leaders and workers of all districts to organize rallies, demonstrations and meetings during the meetings of the alliances scheduled to start from Tuesday next to materialize three point of chatter of Demands.

The other two planned activities  are to files cases before the election tribunal regarding what they termed " the massive riggings"  under the protection of members of law enforcing agencies and security forces and holding of  a national dialogue .

Talking to The Asian Age, Senior Joint Secretary General of BNP Advocate Ruhul Kabir Rizvi said that the members of the steering committee of the Jatiya Oikya Front and the BNP have been working on their program of actions.
The BNP central leaders have been planning to restructure different committees of the party to cope with the demands of the workers and problems faced by the party.

Advisor to the Chairperson of BNP Ataur Rahman Dhali said that the central committee and other committees of BNP have been working to sort out ways for intensifying the movement for a fresh election free from all sorts of riggings, corruption and misuse of power with the help of the members of the administration.

The central leaders may organize central extended meeting of the party for formulating policies to run the party smoothly. Mirza Abbas, a member of the steering committee said that BNP is a big opposition party and it needs to be a disciplined force to run the state craft with policies and principles it has adopted at its highest forum.

"The BNP leaders are thinking of intensifying movement for re-election to restore the franchise of the voters, keep the members of law enforcing agencies from the corrupt practices and make the administration neutral" Mirza Abbas said adding that under no circumstances, election under party government would be neutral and acceptable to the world communities.

Mustafa Mohsin Montu, General Secretary of the Gano Forum talking to The Asian Age said all alliances led by Dr Kamal Hossain will take decision unanimously at meetings and follow the decisions of meetings in full.

He said leaders like A S M Abdur Rob, Bangabir Abdul Kader Siddiqui, Mahmudur Rahman Manna and some other leaders of the BNP led-20 party alliance will go to Balaganj on Tuesday. The leaders will visit most of the districts in the country to mobilize public opinion over the election.     


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