Dr. Abdul Moin Khan, a member of the party’s standing committee, said that BNP’s biggest challenge is to bring back the economic freedom, democracy and voting rights of the people of the country. He also said that BNP is working to fulfill the demands of the people.
Moin Khan said these words after BNP paid tribute to Khaleda Zia’s younger son Arafat Rahman Koko on the occasion of his ninth death anniversary at Banani cemetery on Wednesday morning.
He claimed that Koko died without treatment due to the continuation of torture on BNP as part of the blue plan of the eleventh government.
Dr. Moin said, BNP hopes that the politics of violence, hatred and revenge will be removed and democracy will return to Bangladesh. And the movement to protect democracy should be continued by everyone ignoring various obstacles.
Besides BNP, Moin Khan also urged like-minded political parties to join the movement of the people.