Goyeshwar for street agitation to face Govt

Goyeshwar for street agitation to face Govt

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BNP standing committee member Goyeshwar Chandra Roy on Sunday said country’s democracy could not be protected from the clutches of the autocratic government abiding by its laws.
“The people will have to take to the streets and get ready for tougher action to give a befitting reply to the misdeeds of the government. And the streets are the proper place to face the government,” he said while addressing a discussion meeting at the National Press Club.The BNP leader said staging protests or holding discussion meeting at the press club would not work; rather party activists would have to take preparation for tougher movement.
“We have to reorganise the party at grassroots level for taking preparation for a tougher movement. Tit for tat. We have to face this government on the streets,” he observed.
He accused the government of hatching conspiracy to cling to power at any cost for plundering wealth of the state.
Goyeshwar alleged that the government established injustice as justice and thus trampled justice. “The government knows if the judiciary is independent, we will get justice and the government will not be able to harass us,” he added.
Bangladesh Jatiyatabadi Repatriated Expatriates Dal organized the meeting demanding cancellation of “false” charge-framing against BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia and senior vice chairman Tarique Rahman and the release of BNP leaders.
Pointing his finger to BNP standing committee member Barrister Moudud Ahmed, he said, when the court asked a senior leader of the party about one of his comments, he expressed his sorrow for his comments. “Saying sorry as a lawyer means he does not agree with me. Then how can we work for the party?” he observed.
Referring to selecting Ziauddin Bablu as secretary general of Jatiya Party, he termed Bablu as a JP leader closed to Prime Minister and said he was chosen to make the premier happy.
Presided over by SM Tafazzal Hossain, president of the organisaiton, the meeting was also addressed, among others, by BNP leaders Nitai Chanda Roy, Amir Khasru Mahmud Chowdhury and Khairul Kabir Khokan. – Staff Reporter

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