The government should answer the murder of BNP activists – Tanvir Huda

The government should answer the murder of BNP activists – Tanvir Huda

The BNP leaders claimed that the BNP leaders and workers were killed during the program organized to protest the increase in the prices of all commodities including fuel oil and public transport fares. BNP executive committee member Tanvir Huda, eldest son of late Nurul Huda, former Member of Parliament of Chandpur 2 Constituency, has warned that these murders must be answered. He said these things during the protest march and rally organized to protest the killing of Chhatra Dal leader Nure Alam, Sechsevak Dal leader Abdul Rahim and Juba Dal leader Shaon who were killed by police in Bhola and Narayanganj.
On Saturday (September 10), the protest march and rally was held at Khandkarkandi Darul Uloom Rahmania Madrasa ground of Matlab Uttar Upazila of Chandpur.

Addressing the chief guest at the gathering, Tanvir Huda said that the prices of daily necessities are increasing at a huge rate every day. This government has no headache to keep the prices under control. If this continues, ordinary people will die of starvation. He demanded the unconditional release of BNP chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia, besides identifying the syndicate involved in rising commodity prices and taking quick action.
He appealed to the activists and said that now there is no time to sit down and do politics in Dhaka, we have to do politics from the streets. Leaders and activists must play a strong role in the party movement in the coming days from the streets.

Former organizing secretary of Matlab Uttar Upazila Juba Dal Kabir Hossain Majumdar addressed the rally, Chandpur district BNP ex-vice president Billal Hossain Mridha, Matlab Uttar Upazila BNP ex-vice president Golam Sarwar Majumdar, upazila Juba Dal former president Abu Syed Golam Rabbani Mamun, general secretary. Amir Hossain Amu, former organizing secretary of Matlab Dakshin Thana BNP Zakir Hossain, former president of Gajra Union Youth Dal Saiful Islam, leader of Chengarchar town BNP A. Mannan Lashkar.
At the end of the rally, the leaders and workers of BNP and organizations took out a protest march from Khandkarkandi Darul Uloom Rahmaniya Madrasa ground. Later, the former State Minister for Information and Organization and Central BNP Vice President Nurul Huda’s grave was prayed for.