Govt repressing BNP men for fear of losing power: Fakhrul

Govt repressing BNP men for fear of losing power: Fakhrul

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Dhaka – BNP on Monday alleged that the government is repressing its leaders and activists in an alarming manner across the country in fear of losing power.
In a statement, BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir said, “The current regime, elected without votes, has indulged in a grand festival of repressing opposition leaders and activists all over the country out of its fear of losing power. It seems there’s no end of it.” UNB news agency reported
The statement was issued protesting the arrest of Satkhira’s Kalaroa upazila BNP leader and Kalaroa municipality mayor Akrarul and Kusudanga UP chairman Asad in the same upazila.
“The arrest of Aktarul and Asad is the latest example of the current government’s misrule,” the BNP leader said.
Fakhrul alleged that the two BNP leaders were arrested in a ‘fabricated’ case to outshine their contributions to devolving their areas as public representatives.
“They’ve been implicated in a ‘false’ case and also with a political motive to malign them and harm their popularity. I strongly denounce the government’s move,” he said.
Fakhrul demanded the government immediately release the two BNP leaders and withdraw the case filed against them.

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