The incident in Brahmanbaria is fueled by a third state, said Bhasani Anusari Parishad chairman and founder of the public health center. Jafrullah Chowdhury.
He made the remarks at a press conference held at the Major Haider Auditorium of the Public Health Center in Dhanmondi on Monday afternoon.
Jafrullah Chowdhury said, “We have a team of 14 members to inspect the scene.” I have heard and seen the statements of local people, Awami League, police and Hefazat. From what we have heard and seen, it seems to us that this attack is fueled by a third state.
“The fire at the railway station happened seven days ago, but on April 3, we went there and saw the fire burning,” he said. Why is that? Who do you want to show it to, is it Hefazat Islam or the people or any other third state involved here.
This freedom fighter said that politics is now in the hands of bureaucrats and businessmen. Politics lets politicians do it. The MP there is a bureaucrat and he has no political activists. He has police and helmet forces.
Jonaid Saki, coordinator of the mass solidarity movement, made three proposals on behalf of all at the press conference.
One of them published a list of the injured and demanded an investigation into the killings and proper justice and compensation.
Two, a credible investigation of the whole incident from Baitul Mukarram to Brahmanbaria is required. Citizens should have the participation of different parties in the investigation committee.
Three, at the same time, he mentioned that the harassment should be stopped in the name of the cases that have been filed against more than 20,000 people as anonymous.
People’s Forum leader said. Reza Kibria said people still can’t talk. There has been an opportunity to stop people with anonymity. Everyone must stand up against such oppression.
Sheikh Rafiqul Islam, secretary general of the Bhasani Followers’ Council, said a child was shot in the body but could not go for treatment. I strongly condemn this kind of incident.
People’s Forum leader was also present at the press conference. Reza Kibria, Secretary General of Bhasani Followers Council Sheikh Rafiqul Islam, Political Science Professor Dilara Chowdhury, Chief Coordinator of Gana Sanghati Andolan Jonaid Saki, Freedom Fighter Ishtiaq Aziz Ulfat, Advocate of State Thought Hasnat Qayyum, Presidium Member of Bhasani Followers Council Ruby Amanullah, executive director of good governance, water expert engineer m. Enamul Haque and Barrister Sadia Arman among others.
During the holy month of Ramadan, office hours have been fixed from 9 am to 3 pm in government institutions.
A meeting of the virtual cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday set the office schedule for all government, semi-government, autonomous and semi-autonomous organizations in the holy month of Ramadan 1442 AH (2021 AD).
From the Ganobhaban, the Prime Minister and Ministers from the Cabinet Division in the Secretariat attended the meeting via video conference. After the meeting, Cabinet Secretary Khandaker Anwarul Islam told reporters at the Secretariat.
Depending on the sighting of the moon, Ramadan, the month of fasting for Muslims, will start from April 14 or 15. At present office hours are from 9 am to 5 pm.
The cabinet secretary said, “There will be a break for Zuhr prayers from 1:15 pm to 1:30 pm in Ramadan.” There will be weekly holidays as usual on Friday and Saturday. ‘
Banks, insurance, financial institutions, postal, railways, hospitals and state-owned enterprises, factories and other emergency services will be excluded from the schedule. These organizations will set and follow the schedule considering the public interest according to their own laws. The cabinet secretary also said that the schedule of the Supreme Court and all the courts under it would be decided by the Supreme Court.