Democracy in crisis, says Bangladesh Jasod

Staff Correspondent | Published: 00:43, Sep 26,2020


Bangladesh Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal—Bangladesh Jasod on Friday alleged that the shameful national election, ruling party’s unending looting, corruption and politicisation in all sectors as well as discrimination and extrajudicial killings had created crisis in democracy and a serious political vacuum in the country.

Addressing a virtual meeting of the party’s Rangpur divisional representatives as the chief guest, the party president Sharif Nurul Ambia also alleged that the ruling party had gone far away from the ideals of 14-party alliance and the government’s policies in governing the country had endangered the ideals of the liberation war and establishing a non-communal society.

He stressed the need for united movement to overcome the situation.

Party general secretary Nazmul Huq Prodhan demanded the government should ban communalism-based politics and shun the politics of oppression.

Presided over by the party senior leader Abdus Sattar, the meeting was also addressed by the party standing committee members Mushtaq Hossain abd Md Khaled, joint general secretaries Karim Shikder and Manzur Ahmed Manzu, among others. 

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