BNP wants ‘national dialogue’ to stop the killing and rape

Staff Correspondent

13 July 2019, Sat
Published: 02:25 Updated: 03:04

BNP wants ‘national dialogue’ to stop the killing and rape

BNP wants a ‘national dialogue’ to protect against the country's ongoing disappearance, murder, murder and rape. For this, President Abdul Hamid has called for taking initiative, senior member of the Standing Committee said. Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain.

On Saturday (July 13), he made this demand at the meeting of the National Press Club on a view-exchange meeting organized by ‘Nagoric Odikar Andolon’, organized by the 'Poverty-killing-rape epidemic, Bangladesh, terrified civil life and government role'.

Dr. Khandaker Musharraf Hossain said, ‘He is the President, though he is safe after the Awami League but being the President, he can take an initiative to save national security from the rape as soon as possible by calling a national dialogue. And to get rid of it, the first thing that needs to be done is to establish the government of the people.’

He said, ‘In the last few days ago the High Court, a comment came that some OC-DCs consider themselves as Raja-king. who are they? They are beneficiaries of the government-backed people, they themselves consider Raja-king.’

Commenting on the continuity of culture in the country, the leader said, ‘The biggest example of non-violence culture is the country's leader Khaleda Zia.’