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‘Government is using digital security laws to maintain power’

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Update : Sunday, April 30, 2023


The Digital Security Act is a ‘black law’. The government is using this law to maintain its power. No civilized country can have such laws.

Speakers made these comments at a protest meeting in front of the National Press Club on Sunday. They also demanded immediate cancellation of the Digital Security Act.

The protest meeting was organized by Bangladesh Youth Forum demanding the repeal of the Digital Security Act, the withdrawal of cases against editors and journalists and the opening of the closed media.

In the meeting, BNP Vice Chairman Ahmed Azam Khan said, “The current government is suffering from the fear of elections. Awami League is going around the country holding dharnas to hold elections under them.’ But caretaker government is not unconstitutional. I want elections under the caretaker government.

In the protest meeting, BNP’s Joint Information and Research Secretary Quader Gani Chowdhury referred to the Digital Security Act as a ‘black law’. Bachir Jamal, vice president of Dhaka Journalists Union, demanded the withdrawal of the cases against the journalists of various media outlets and the reopening of the closed media outlets.

Under the chairmanship of Bangladesh Youth Forum President Muhammad Saidur Rahman, BNP Children Affairs Secretary Abul Kalam Azad, Youth Forum Advisor M Nazmul Hasan, Nationalist Democratic Movement President Amir Hossain and others were also present in the meeting.

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