Like-minded professional democratic alliance marched in the capital
The like-minded professional democratic alliance marched in the capital to protest the increase in the prices of daily necessities including electricity, gas, rice, flour, salt, withdrawal of harassing false cases against the opposition party leaders and activists nationwide and the release of all the royal prisoners including Khaleda Zia and implementation of 10-point demands as part of the simultaneous movement.
On Friday at 11 a.m. from Purana Paltan Mor to Dainik Bangla Mor in the capital, this padayatra is scheduled.
Muhammad Saidur Rahman, coordinator of the like-minded professional democratic alliance and president of Bangladesh Youth Forum, said in a short gathering organized on the eve of the agenda, that the people’s desire for the increase in the price of daily necessities has reached its peak. The government ministers are smuggling the country’s money abroad by syndicating with the businessmen. Gaebi is harassing millions of opposition party leaders and activists of the country with secret cases. The ongoing democratic movement cannot be hindered by lawsuits. The illegitimate government must go. All the royal prisoners including the national leader Begum Khaleda Zia should be released immediately. The 10-point demand must be implemented through a popular uprising in the style of the 90s.
President of Nationalist Citizen Movement Syed Mohammad Omar Farooq, President of Constitution Preservation Council Advocate Atiqur Rahman, President of Democracy Defense Forum Manowar Hossain Beg, President of Liberation War-71 Ansar Rahman Sikdar, President of Bangladesh Democratic Council Sheikh Alim Ullah Alim, Bangladesh Jubo Oikya Parishad were present in the march. General Secretary Shariful Islam along with the top leaders of the alliance.