Bnp reiterates demand for release of its indisposed leaders

Bnp reiterates demand for release of its indisposed leaders

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The BNP yesterday demanded the release of its leaders and activists who are leading inhuman life in prisons being seriously ill.
“Many of our leaders and activists are seriously ill and leading a difficult life in the in prisons but the government does not believe it,” said BNP spokesperson Dr Asaduzzaman Ripon.
Addressing a doa and milad mahfil at party central office at Naya Paltan, he said they are alleging that their leaders and activists are ill only for ensuring their release.“BNP does not believe in such politics. They are really sick,” he added.
Ripon, also international affairs secretary of the party, mentioned that Nasiruddin Ahmed Pintu and a ward commissioner have come out from prisons as dead bodies.
“WE don’t want that any other leader to face such consequence in future,” he said.
Jatiyatabadi Ulema Dal, a front organisaiton of BNP, organised the doa and milad mahfil seeking early recovery of party’s ailing leaders including acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, Tariqul Islam, Prof MA Mannan and Rizvi Ahmed.
Hafez Abdul Malek, president of Ulema Dal, conducted the doa and milad mahfil.
BNP vice chairman Selima Rahman, Abdus Salam Azad, Noor-e-Ara Shafa, Abdul Latif Jony and Shamimur Rahman Shamim, among others, were present on the occasion. – Staff Reporter

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