Syed Emran Saleh Prince, the BNP’s organizing secretary and in-charge of the department, has commented that the government is in a dilemma like last time to deal with the corona infection in the country.
He made the remarks at a press conference at the party’s central office in Nayapaltan in the capital on Wednesday (April 7).
Prince said the government’s response to the second wave of corona was uncoordinated, unplanned, short-sighted and irrational. This time the government got a lot of time, but due to lack of preparation, the situation is the same as last time. He said the government has announced a seven-day nationwide lockdown from April 5 to prevent coronavirus infections. Two days of lockdown have passed. The second wave of corona has attacked Bangladesh with more force. Although corona infection has increased in Bangladesh since the first week of last month, there is no effective and practical step to deal with corona due to indifference and failure of the government.
Prince added that since the onset of the outbreak in March, experts have warned the government to take effective and strict measures, but the government has been busy organizing the festival. While government ministers have called for a lockdown, senior government officials have said it is not a lockdown, but a ban on some issues. The two types of statements in the government about the lockdown are evidence of extreme lack of coordination.
The BNP’s organizing secretary said the reality is that neither lockdown nor sanctions are being implemented at the field level due to government mismanagement. On the contrary, people are at risk due to the contradictory steps of the government. The situation in Lejegobar is everywhere. People in various hardships. He said the government wanted to quell the protests by shooting dead bodies instead of talking. Although there was a mass protest in Faridpur’s Saltha against the inhumane torture of a shop worker by his employees in the presence of a high-ranking government official, it is clear that there is no trace left under the government.
On behalf of the BNP, I am expressing deep concern over the Saltha incident, Prince strongly condemned and condemned. He also demanded exemplary punishment for the officials involved in the incident. He also prayed for the forgiveness of the departed soul and expressed deep sympathy to the bereaved families. The BNP leader also demanded proper compensation to the family of the deceased.
Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra’s Shabd Sainik, Ekushey Medal winning vocalist and researcher Indramohan Rajbangshi has expressed deep grief and sorrow over his death. Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury.
In a condolence message on Wednesday (April 8), the Speaker conveyed his deepest condolences to the bereaved family and well-wishers.
Deputy Speaker. Fazle Rabbi Mia and Chief Whip Nur-e-Alam Chowdhury also expressed their condolences on the death of Indramohan Rajbangshi. They expressed deep sympathy to the bereaved family.
Indramohan Rajbangshi’s death sent a similar message of condolence to the Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Ministry of Home Affairs and former State Minister. Shamsul Haque Tuku and Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism, Brahmanbaria District Awami League President AM Ubaidul Moktadir Chowdhury.
Indramohan Rajbangshi breathed his last at 10:20 am on Wednesday (April 7) while undergoing treatment at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University Hospital (BSMMU) in the capital.
Last Thursday (April 1), when he felt chest pain, the vocalist of Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra underwent corona examination at Mohakhali Metropolitan Hospital. His corona test came positive. With that, an infection was caught in the lungs. Later on April 3, he was admitted to the ICU of Prashanti Hospital in Malibagh. He was admitted to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University on April 4. He was taken to the ICU after his condition deteriorated. He died there today.
He is survived by his wife Deepti Rajbangshi, son Rabin Rajbangshi and daughter Prabasi. They themselves are involved with folk songs.