BNP complains DMP Commissioner didn't meet them

BNP complains DMP Commissioner didn’t meet them


BNP leaders yesterday complained that they were unable to meet or contact Dhaka Metropolitan Police Commissioner Assaduzzaman Mia in collection with taking police permission for holding its rally at Suhrawardy Udyan on November 13 to mark the “national revolution and solidarity day.”The leaders, who went to the office of DMP Commissioner but failed to either meet or communicate with him, said that the Commissioner should listen to them since he is for everyone.
BNP chairperson’s adviser Abdus Salam, who led the 4-member delegation, said they went to the office of the DMP Commissioner but they were informed that he (Commissioner) was not available in the office.
Talking to The Independent, he said they informed the duty officer at DMP office to convey to the Commissioner that they came to meet him and they sought appointment either today or tomorrow to meet him.
“We want to talk to him (Commissioner) and he should listen us,” he said.
The BNP leader alleged that the government is deliberately and political reason does not want the BNP to hold the rally to mark the national revolution and solidarity day.
He also accused the ruling party leaders of distorting the history of the national revolution and solidarity day.
“It will not bring any benefit to the ruling quarters, if they don’t allow us to hold the rally and speak before the people,” he said.
He hoped that the government would give them permission to hold their rally at Suhrawardy Udyan on Sunday.
The other members of the delegation are: Abul Khair Bhuiyan, Monir Hossain and Shamim Ahmed.


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