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BNP against PM’s proposal to create ‘safe zones’ for Rohingyas

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BNP on Sunday opposed Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's proposal for creating 'safe zones' for Rohingyas in Myanmar terming it a 'conspiratorial and dangerous' move.

 

The party also renewed its call for creating a national unity to face the Rohingya crisis and successfully repatriate Myanmar citizens taken shelter in Bangladesh in the face of genocide and severe persecution in their homeland.

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BNP accuses AL men of attacking puja mandaps

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BNP accuses AL men of attacking puja mandaps

BNP on Tuesday alleged that the ‘ruling party’ men are attacking different puja mandaps and idols of the Hindu community across the country as part of its foul politics.

 

 

 

“The Awami cadres have indulged in vandalising idols at different puja mandaps. The attacks on puja mandaps in Satkhira, Natore, Manikganj and Jessore are unprecedented ones. It’s part of Awami League’s foul politics. We strongly condemn and protest the incidents,” said BNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi.

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BNP says govt 'incapable' of protesting airspace violation by Myanmar

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The BNP has blamed the government for its 'incapability and inability' to protest the repeated violation of Bangladesh's airspace by Myanmar helicopters and drones.

 

 

Its Standing Committee member Nazrul Islam Khan said the Rohingyas were 'killed and tortured' along the border, and even their gunships crossed Bangladesh airspace apparently to monitor mass exodus from the trouble-torn Rakhine State.

 

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Court asks Khaleda to appear before it on Oct 5 or face arrest

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A court here on Sunday ordered BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia to appear before it on October 5 or face an arrest warrant if fails to comply with the order in a case filed for dishonouring the country's map and the national flag.

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BNP just wants publicity: Quader

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The BNP's relief convoy headed to refugee camps in Cox's Bazar was barred by police for neglecting rules, says Obaidul Quader.

 

The Awami League government's Road Transport minister claimed the BNP was going to the camps for publicity, not because of humanity.

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BNP appreciates PM’s Rohingya visit

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BNP appreciates PM’s Rohingya visit 

BNP on Tuesday appreciated Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for visiting Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar but strongly criticised her government for not adopting a motion in parliament condemning the ongoing genocide against the ethnic community by Myanmar authorities.

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Rohingya crisis: BNP wants PM to visit countries like India, China

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Rohingya crisis: BNP wants PM to visit countries like India, China    

BNP on Sunday called upon Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to visit different countries, including India and China, and seek their support for resolving Rohingya crisis and repatriating the Myanmar citizens taken shelter in Bangladesh.

 

Speaking at a discussion, BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir also alleged that Myanmar is interfering in Bangladesh’s independence by forcing its citizens to enter the country.

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Quader smells BNP plot over Rohingya issue

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Quader smells BNP plot over Rohingya issue 

Noakhali, Sept 9 (UNB) - Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Saturday urged BNP to stop hatching ‘conspiracies’ centering Rohingya issue.

 

“BNP has been engaged in a dirty game. They don’t criticise the repression of Rohingyas by the Myanmar authorities…they only criticise the government,” he said.

 

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Rohingya crisis: BNP to form human chain Friday

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Rohingya crisis: BNP to form human chain Friday

BNP will stage human chain programme for an hour on Friday across the country, including the capital, demanding the government give shelter to Myanmar’s Rohingya people fleeing persecution there.

 

BNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi announced it at a party programme in Nawabganj upazila here on Wednesday.

 

He said human chain programme will be observed from 10am to 11am on Friday.

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Take Rohingya issue to UN, BNP asks govt

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Take Rohingya issue to UN, BNP asks govt

Accusing the government of having failed to take any step to resolve the Rohingya crisis, BNP on Wednesday urged it to raise the issue at the United Nations.

 

“Foreign ministers from Indonesia and Turkey are arriving here over the Rohingya crisis. The United Nations has issued a statement to stop persecution on them immediately. But, our government didn’t send any envoy anywhere and it still didn’t take any step to take the issue to the United Nations,” said BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir.

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Where was court's conscience when Bangabandhu murder trial was halted? Hasina asks

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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has raised questions about court’s inaction when the path to try the killers of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman had been closed.

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BNP slams PM for ‘seeking votes from flood victims’

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BNP slams PM for ‘seeking votes from flood victims’   

BNP on Sunday criticised Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for what it said seeking votes from flood victims for her party while distributing relief materials in Gaibandha and Bogra on Saturday.

 

“Though late, Prime Minister went to distribute relief materials and sought votes for boat. Flood-hit people are not getting support, but the Prime Minister is busy seeking votes for Awami League,” said BNP vice chairman Abdullah Al Noman.

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Provide shelter to fleeing Rohingyas: Khaleda

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BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia on Monday called upon the government and law enforcement agencies to provide shelter and security to the Rohingya people who are fleeing their homeland Myanmar to save their lives following a fresh violence there.

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AL doesn't know what is saying: Fakhrul

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BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Saturday said that the Awami League government itself does not know what it is saying over the verdict on the 16th constitutional amendment.

 

"I think, Awami League leaders don't know what they are saying about the verdict. This verdict exposed their actual faces. That's why they are making baseless comments," Fakhrul alleged.

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Govt puts judiciary face to face with executive:BNP

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The government has put the judiciary face to face with executive division, alleged BNP’s secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir.

 

“We are concerned and stunned by the Prime Minister’s aggressive remarks on Supreme Court, Judiciary and the Chief Justice. She also made sullen comment on our patriotic armed division.

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Supreme Court clears way for Gatco graft trial against Khaleda

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The Supreme Court today cleared the way for a lower court to run trial proceedings against BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia in Gatco corruption case.

 

A four-member bench of the Appellate Division headed by Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha dismissed two leave-to appeal petitions filed by Khaleda seeking stay on the trial proceeding.

 

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If Zia’s tenure illegal, AL's too : Fakhrul

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The BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has said Awami League is illegal if Ziaur Rahman’s tenure is called illegal. "Awami Legaue had got registered as a political party coming out of Bakshal during Ziaur Rahman’s tenure. In that sense, if Zia's term illegal, the present AL government too. Zia established the multi-party democracy in the country," he said.

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