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BNP announces two-day program in protest of fuel oil and commodity price hike

Dhaka /

The BNP has announced a two-day program to protest against the rise in prices of fuel oil and essential commodities.

The party’s secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir announced the program at a human chain held in front of the National Press Club on Monday.

The Dhaka Metropolitan South and North BNP jointly organized a human chain program in protest of rising commodity prices.

Mirza Fakhrul said, ‘We are announcing the program from this rally. The program is to protest against the increase in fuel oil and commodity prices on November 10 in the country’s metros, (excluding Dhaka, because the program has been held in Dhaka today). Protest rallies will be held in district headquarters across the country on November 12 demanding the same.

Mentioning that Dhaka metropolis has protested today, he said, ‘This protest must be spread. We have to wake up the people all over the country. Because as long as this Awami League lasts, the suffering of the people will increase and it will become more and more helpless, from poor to poorer. Our economy will be ruined and our opportunity to speak will be ruined. So we all have to unite and take the people to the field.

The BNP secretary general said the number of poor people in the country was two crore before Corona started. Now 3 crore 48 lakh have become poor. People’s poverty is increasing every day. So the common man is getting poorer day by day.

The character of the government is looting, he said, adding that the government is looting the economy on the one hand. On the other hand, people are cutting their pockets and making their own pockets heavier. You see, they have smuggled thousands of crores of rupees.

Addressing the leaders and workers, the BNP secretary general said, “It is a pocket-cutting government, which everyone calls a pocket killer.” This pickpocketing government cut the pockets of the people twice in a row. Once the pocket was cut – by increasing the price of diesel and kerosene. For the second time, people’s pockets were cut by increasing bus fares. All sorted and sorted game.

Convener of Dhaka Metropolitan North Aman Ullah Aman presided over the function and member secretary Aminul Haque conducted the human chain. Member Secretary Rafiqul Alam Majnu also spoke.

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