People do not want to lose life and property in the hands of mafia government: Rizvi
BNP Senior Joint Secretary General Ruhul Kabir Rizvi said to the ruling party, “Hand over power to a non-partisan government. If not, mass uprising is imminent. At the time, he said, the people do not want to lose life and property in the hands of this mafia government.
He said this at a press conference organized at the Nayapaltan BNP central office in the capital on Monday.
He said, “The people of the entire country have come down to the streets with their backs against the wall due to the misrule of the Awami League for one and a half years. Stopping vehicles on the road, blocking the road. Attacking, arresting, suing. Even so, the caravans for public gatherings are increasing day by day. Thousands of patriotic people are spending day and night walking or coming in vans and trailers with chiramuri in assembly fields, streets, footpaths, alleys, small houses piled together, and even next to the bathroom. This unprecedented scene, their contribution will not go in vain. Realize this situation and hand over power to a non-partisan government. If not, mass uprising is imminent.
Commenting on the people who have been subjected to unlimited torture and oppression for the past 14 years, Rizvi has risen up all over the country with all his might and said, “We have been trying to keep people in demand for so long by disappearing, murdering, abducting, attacking, suing and oppressing them.” The people no longer want to sit at home and lose their lives and property in the hands of the mafia government. The people have come down to the streets ignoring all the obstacles with the final preparations.
After observing only two public meetings of BNP, the ministers of the government of Binavote have started talking delirium. It didn’t happen either. The BNP called it a flop rally called Mahasambesh.
Ruhul Kabir Rizvi said, “We have heard about night people, but this is the first time I have seen a day person.” Inauguration ceremony of Padma Bridge at the cost of hundreds of crores of rupees is a gathering place without pandal. In spite of the fact that the crowd at any of their farewell rallies is now a super flop: they are raving mad about BNP’s rally.