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Sunday, May 22, 2016, Jaistha 8, 1423 BS, Shaban 14, 1437 Hijri


Govt not so much serious to curb extremism: BNP
Staff Correspondent
Published :Sunday, 22 May, 2016,  Time : 12:00 AM  View Count : 28
BNP on Saturday alleged that the present government is not so much serious to curb the activities of the extremists as it is somber to oppress and annihilate the opposition.
The militant forces have become more encouraged at the irresponsible and unclear role of the government, BNP Secretary General Mirza Hakhrul Islam Alamgir said in a statement to media on Saturday.
Fakhrul said, "The militant forces are encouraged in killing game in recent years. Who are the forces and where is the address of them and how they kill people. Being failed to unearth the clues of such incidents, the government has resorted to blame-game practices."
He also demanded exemplary punishment of the criminals who are involved in the incident of killing of homeopath doctor Sanaur Rahman in Kushtia.
He said people including foreign citizens, Rajshahi University teacher AFM Rezaul Karim Siddiquee, US embassy official Xulhas Mannan and Buddhist monk have been hacked to death in similar fashion in this year.
Undemocratic situation in the country is only reason behind the killings, he observed.
The government should have to urge all to face the militant forces but the ministers of the government are stating self-contradictory, Fakhrul alleged.












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