BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has said that the people of Bangladesh are now groaning under the barbaric rule of an oppressive ruler. The people of the country are always terrified by the cruel and inhumane behavior of the government without accountability to the people. The Awami government has turned the whole country into hell. The voterless government has been arresting leaders and activists of the BNP and its affiliates across the country. Even in this holy month of Ramadan, the monstrous idol of the Awami government seems to have taken on a bigger shape.
He made the remarks in a statement signed by BNP organizing secretary Emran Saleh Prince on Wednesday afternoon condemning the arrest of the leaders and activists.
He said the Awami League government has turned the whole country into hell. They have been continuously arresting the leaders and activists of the BNP, its affiliates and allied organizations.
Mirza Fakhrul said the police raid to arrest BNP leaders and activists in Brahmanbaria, Keraniganj Model Thana BNP joint secretary Monir Hossain and Thana Ulamadal vice president Maulana Alauddin and Narsingdi district BNP treasurer Samir Bhuiyan, district Chhatra Dal joint secretary and BNP student secretary The arrest of Dalim in different parts of the country during the holy month of Ramadan, the arrest of BNP leaders and activists at their homes and the incidents of torture are the naked manifestation of the government’s monstrous image.
The BNP secretary general called upon the leaders and workers of all levels including the patriotic people to unite to save the country and its people from the misrule of the Awami government
A naval submarine with at least 53 passengers on board has gone missing at sea during a training exercise in Indonesia. The Indonesian authorities have sought the cooperation of Australia and Singapore to find it. The KRI Nangala-402 submarine is believed to have gone missing in the waters about 60 miles (96 km) off the coast of Bali early Wednesday morning.
The Indonesian military chief said the submarine took part in a training exercise north of the island of Bali. But the results were not as expected. The KRI Nangala-402 submarine is said to be made in Germany. The submarine is believed to have disappeared at least 98km off the coast of Bali on Wednesday morning, local media reported.
The Singapore and Australian administrations have not yet commented on the search for the submarine. Indonesia’s First Admiral Julius Yuzono told AFP a search was under way for the submarine. It is known where it went missing, but the area is very deep.
Note that Indonesia has five submarines. One of the missing submarines. This submarine was built in the seventies.