On 18th July, thousands of commuters suffered as the BNP procession caused traffic congestion for one and a half kilometre from Gabtali to Salehpur Bridge on the Dhaka-Aricha highway, the entrance of the capital. A pregnant mother in the ambulance died after getting stuck in a traffic jam. Can the BNP avoid liability for this death? How many deaths will satisfy BNP?
However, Awami League never organizes any of their scheduled gatherings except Friday and Saturday, considering public suffering.
BNP has named their program ‘Peaceful Procession’. So why do they carry sticks in this peaceful procession? Can the BNP ever finish a program without a clash? While crossing the area of Mirpur Bangla College, BNP activists threw cocktails at the police and set several motorcycles and the national flag on fire.
A BNP activist threw a cocktail from a fleet of motorcycles before the start of BNP’s procession in Natore. BNP supporters locked into a clash with the police and turned Bogra into a battlefield. In addition, various districts of the country have turned into battlegrounds during BNP’s procession.
BNP-Jamaat alliance leaders have seriously injured around 10 leaders and activists of the Awami League in a sudden attack on the peace procession in Khagrachari.
This is another major proof that BNP never does politics for people. BNP leaders and activists were chanting slogans by blocking busy roads like Moghbazar, Dhandmoni, Rampura and elsewhere. BNP never gets people’s support because they only do politics to achieve their own interests. Apart from blocking the road in the capital, BNP activists have carried out vandalism in Gazipur and Bagerhat. In the name of the procession, they set fire to two shops there. The top leadership of BNP has well understood that the country’s people will boycott BNP in the upcoming elections.