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Khaleda Zia is returning home in the afternoon, the leaders in Nayapaltan broke the lock

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BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia is returning to Gulshan home from the hospital today after treatment. He has been under treatment at Evercare Hospital in the capital for a long time. Meanwhile, after two and a half months, BNP’s Nayapaltan office was broken by the party’s leaders and workers.

Shayrul Kabir Khan, a member of BNP Chairperson’s media wing, told the media on Wednesday that Khaleda will be taken home as her physical condition is stable.

Khaleda Zia was taken to CCU last Tuesday evening due to deterioration of her physical condition. Later transferred back to the cabin. After that it was informed that he is returning home on Thursday.

Khaleda Zia is undergoing treatment at Evercare Hospital under a medical board headed by cardiologist Professor Shahabuddin Talukder after her conditional release in 2020 in the Zia Orphanage Trust corruption case.

Meanwhile, the party’s senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi broke the lock of the gate of the central office of BNP in Nayapaltan of the capital today after being closed for almost two and a half months. The leaders of the party’s standing committee will hold a press conference there around 3 pm today.

After breaking the lock, Rizvi said, ‘A terrible rampage of persecution started with the killing of a leader of our youth party and a senior journalist. On October 28, after the peaceful general meeting of BNP, the police went on a rampage and locked the central office in Nayapaltan. For more than two months, the police did not allow anyone to enter here and even when they gathered around, they were detained and taken away.’

Bricks were pelted at the residence of the Chief Justice during the clashes surrounding the BNP’s mass meeting in the capital’s Nayapaltan on October 28. Since then the central office of the party has been locked. Party leaders and workers have not gone there till now. Members of law and order forces are standing guard in front of the office.

Meanwhile, since October 28, BNP has been announcing new movements by holding virtual press conferences. Various programs including hartal-blockade were held from time to time. During the strike, vehicles were vandalized and set on fire across the country. These sabotages have also resulted in loss of life. The train was also set on fire.

The party called for ‘all-out non-cooperation movement’ against the government from last December 20 to resist the 12th National Assembly elections. Officials and employees participating in this movement are asked to refrain from election duties. Leaflets are distributed. A 48-hour strike was announced on the polling day.

However, the 12th National Assembly elections were held through these agitations and programs with low voter turnout and violence in some isolated places. Awami League has won 222 seats in this election. Independent candidates won 62 seats. Jatiya Party won 11 seats. And Walkers Party, Jasad and Bangladesh Kalyan Party won one seat each.

Even though the Election Commission and Awami League say fair elections, BNP is demanding not to participate in the elections – the general public has responded to the BNP’s call to boycott the elections.

The president has decided to appoint Sheikh Hasina, the trusted member of the majority of the 12th national parliament, as the prime minister. Sahabuddin. He also agreed to form a new cabinet under his leadership. Later 36 people were invited to Bangabhaban to take oath in the cabinet. Today, Thursday evening, President Md. They will take an oath to Sahabuddin.



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