Hasina VS Khaleda’s March for Democracy & Upcoming Election

 

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BNP’s Chair person Khaleda Zia’s “March for Democracy” is on schedule despite Hasin’a Government full effort to keep the gathering out of Dhaka. Both parties continues to ignore the well-being of Bangladeshi people & choose street over dialogue. Awami League government is determined to hold election on January 5th without participation of the oppositions. BNP vows to continue protest till Government step down and election is held under neutral Caretaker Government. BNP promised a peaceful rally on the 29th but Government’s hard line to prevent the gathering may turn out something that no one expected.

Related Stories & Udates:

  • Opposition extend March for Democracy till Monday: With tight security government was able to foil opposition’s march for Democracy, READ More
  • Awami League men on Sunday forced open the Supreme Court main gate to chase demonstrating lawyers. In a incident they shamefully beat-up a pro BNP female lawyer. READ More
  • Protester clashes with security forces resulted in violence and death READ More
  • Government halts transports to de-link Dhaka from all major cities of Bangladesh ahead of the rally, combined forces arrest hundreds of opposition supporters, general people continues to suffer. READ More..
  • Unnecessary suffering of Dhaka bound people, people are forced to get down from buses, trains. READ More
  • BNP determined to hold the march despite all the barriers. READ More….
  • Governemnt tries to isolate Khaleda ahead of the rally. READ More

Related Videos:

Awami League supporters attack protesters inside Supreme Court in Bangladesh

Khaleda Zia’s random message to people when Government did not let her come out of her residence on the 29th.

Updates on 29th December, 2013:

Khaleda Zia announces March for Democracy:

Government abrupt efforts to disconnect Dhaka:

Government arrests opposition leaders:

Awami League’s plan to confront it:

BNP Determined to held the rally at any cost


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