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Bangladesh Nationalist Party on Friday the meritorious students were turning into killers only for joining ruling Awami League’s student Bangladesh Chhatra League.
The party senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi at a press conference also said Chhatra Leageu installed torture cells instead of book shelves in halls and hostels of educational institutions.
He came up the view at the party’s central office citing the October 7 murder of Abrar Fahad by a group of Chhatra League activists at Shre-e-Bangla Hall of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology following his critical views on social media over the recently signed deals between Bangladesh and India.
Rizvi said Chhatra League gets its leaders from the prime minister’s official residence Ganabhaban and some of its leaders were removed from Ganabhaban. ‘It means the government is controlling Chhatra League using state and government apparatus. Chhatra League activists are provided with arms, hammers and machetes to oppress students with descending views,’ he said.
With the government’s patronisation, Chhatra League broke the record of brutality of the ‘occupation forces’, said Rizvi without mentioning the word ‘Pakistani’.
‘The murder of Abrar Fahad by extremists in Chhatra League has proved that the Awami League was not only kill people, indulge in corruption, enforced disappearances, abduction, toll collection, money laundering and emptying banks but also snatching away humanity, civilization, kindness, brotherhood and social values,’ Rizvi said.
Referring to suspension of Khulna district Awami League executive committee member Baharul Alam for criticising the recent deals, Rizvi said even Awami League leaders were being expelled from the party for speaking against such unjust deals.
Earlier in the morning, Jatiyatabadi Muktijodhdha Dal and Jatiyatabadi Muktijuddher Prajanma jointly brought out a procession from the party central office protesting against Abrar murder and demanding immediate release of BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia.
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