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BNP gave a program on January 30 to demand new elections

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BNP will hold a black flag march in all districts, police stations and cities of the country on Tuesday, January 30 to demand the annulment of the current parliament and new elections. The party will carry out this program to demand ‘cancellation of the illegal dummy parliament and the election of the national parliament under a non-partisan neutral caretaker government’.

Gayeshwar Chandra Roy, a member of the party’s standing committee, made this announcement after a short rally and black flag procession program at Nayapaltan in the capital on Saturday.

Earlier Gayeshwar said, ‘Not by the vote of the people of Bangladesh; The new government came to power with the support of China, India and Russia.’

A member of this standing committee of BNP criticized the killing of a Bangladeshi by BSF firing at Jessore border.

After the 12th parliamentary elections, BNP leaders and activists again took to the streets. The party held a black flag march in the capital Dhaka on Saturday to demand one-point resignation of the government along with rising commodity prices. Senior leaders of the party led the procession.

Thousands of leaders and workers of various organizations of BNP joined this program of Dhaka Metropolitan BNP.

The black flag procession started from in front of the BNP central office in Nayapaltan, passed through Kakrail Mor and Dewan Bagh and ended at the central office in Nayapaltan.

Earlier, BNP leaders said in a short rally in Nayapaltan, BNP’s movement has not failed.

The opposition political alliances and parties including Democracy Forum, 12-party alliance, Nationalist Samana Alliance, Democratic Left Unity, LDP, Labor Party, which are in simultaneous movement with BNP, also marched with black flags separately in the capital.


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