BNP wants treason case against Muktadir withdrawn

BNP wants treason case against Muktadir withdrawn

The BNP leader made the demand in a statement sent to the media on Friday

BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has urged the government to withdraw the sedition case filed against Khandakar Muktadir Hossain, a member of the party chief’s advisory council.

The BNP leader made the demand in a statement sent to the media on Friday.

In the statement, he said: “We are expressing deep condemnation and protest over the case against Muktadir. We are strongly demanding that the lawsuit be withdrawn soon.”

Aiming to make its one-party rule permanent, the government, which is detached from the people, is filing false, cooked up, baseless and conspiratorial cases against senior BNP leaders and other opposition party leaders and activists, he said.

The accused are being harassed, arrested and tortured. Muktadir being sued in a politically motivated manner reflects the oppression policy of the ruling party, he alleged.

The aim to establish one-party ruling system by uprooting the opposition through murder, enforced disappearance, abduction, false cases, arrest and oppression has left the government empty of a normal sense, he stated.

But no whimsical government, both at home and abroad, managed to stay in power for good in the past, by continuing such criminal acts and torture. The ruling party too will not be able to prolong its power, he hoped.

Source: Dhaka Tribune.

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