Page 21 of 21 FirstFirst ... 11161718192021
Results 401 to 409 of 409

Thread: Bangladesh headed for civil war???

Share             
  1. #401
    Media Editor Razamustafa76's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Location
    Wazirabad
    Posts
    5,037
    Thanks
    3317
    Pakistan Saudi Arabia

    Re: Bangladesh headed for civil war???




  2. #402
    Media Editor Razamustafa76's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Location
    Wazirabad
    Posts
    5,037
    Thanks
    3317
    Pakistan Saudi Arabia

    Re: Bangladesh headed for civil war???




  3. #403
    Media Editor Razamustafa76's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Location
    Wazirabad
    Posts
    5,037
    Thanks
    3317
    Pakistan Saudi Arabia

    Re: Bangladesh headed for civil war???




  4. #404
    Media Editor Razamustafa76's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Location
    Wazirabad
    Posts
    5,037
    Thanks
    3317
    Pakistan Saudi Arabia

    Re: Bangladesh headed for civil war???




  5. #405
    Media Editor Razamustafa76's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Location
    Wazirabad
    Posts
    5,037
    Thanks
    3317
    Pakistan Saudi Arabia

    Re: Bangladesh headed for civil war???




  6. #406
    Media Editor Razamustafa76's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Location
    Wazirabad
    Posts
    5,037
    Thanks
    3317
    Pakistan Saudi Arabia

    Re: Bangladesh headed for civil war???

    دارالحکومت ڈھاکہ کا ملک کے دیگر حصوں سے زمینی رابطہ منقطع ہوگیا،ریل اور کشتی سروس بھی بند کر دی گئی۔

    ڈھاکا: بنگلہ دیش میں 5 جنوری کو ہونے والے عام انتخابات سے قبل ملک بھر میں سیاسی کشیدگی عروج پر پہنچ گئی، 18 جماعتوں کے اپوزیشن اتحاد نے اتوار کو ڈھاکہ میں سرکاری عمارتوں پر قبضے کا اعلان کر دیا۔

    غیر ملکی خبر رساں ادارے کے مطابق بنگلہ دیشی حکومت نے بنگلہ دیش نیشنل پارٹی (بی این پی) اور اس کی اتحادی جماعتوں کے کارکنوں کو ڈھاکہ میں داخل ہونے سے روکنے کے لیے اٹھارہ ہزار فوجی تعینات کر دیئے ہیں۔ دارالحکومت ڈھاکہ کا ملک کے دیگر حصوں سے زمینی رابطہ منقطع ہوچکا ہے جب کہ ریل اور کشتی سروس بھی بند کر دی گئی ہے۔ ٹرانسپورٹ مالکان نے سیاسی کشیدگی کے باعث اتوار کو بسیں چلانے سے صاف انکار کردیا تاہم بی این پی کی چیئرپرسن خالدہ ضیا کا کہنا ہے کہ حکومت نے عوامی مارچ کو ناکام بنانے کے لئے ٹرانسپورٹ مالکان کو ٹریفک سڑکوں پر نہ لانے کی دھمکی دی ہے۔

    واضح رہے کہ وزیراعظم حسینہ واجد کی جانب سے انتخابات سے قبل نگران حکومت قائم نہ کرنے کے خلاف بی این پی اور جماعت اسلامی سمیت دیگر اپوزیشن جماعتیں سراپا احتجاج ہیں جب کہ مظاہروں اور جھڑپوں کے نتیجے میں 100 سے زائد افراد ہلاک ہوچکے ہیں۔
    The Following User Says Thank You to Razamustafa76 For This Useful Post: tamz_thunder


  7. #407
    Senior Member Nabeel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Posts
    2,002
    Thanks
    946
    Bangladesh United States

    Re: Quit forthwith or consequences will be dire: Khaleda to govt

    Quote Originally Posted by Jameel View Post
    Lets pray for no deaths.
    Pray all you want things are going to get a lot worse I thinks

  8. #408
    Member tamz_thunder's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    Posts
    379
    Thanks
    238
    Bangladesh Bangladesh

    Movement to start at appropriate time: Khaleda

    Staff Correspondent

    The Bangladesh Nationalist Party chairperson, Khaleda Zia, on Saturday said her party would go for movement at an ‘appropriate’ time, not at the instruction of others, to ‘dislodge’ the government and ‘restore’ democracy.
    ‘Movement will begin when we will find that the time is favourable,’ she said, adding that BNP did not go by anybody’s instructions.
    She made the remarks apparently in response to statements of Awami League leaders and some other quarters that BNP was unable to build up a movement.
    Addressing the inaugural session of the sixth council session of the Dhaka City unit of Jatiyatabadi Sramik Dal, she censured the government for failing to handle socio-economic problems, particularly law and order which, she said, was evident from rising incidents of killing, gold smuggling, clashes at universities and turning campuses into ‘armouries of Awami goons’.
    The BNP chairperson said preparations for movement and strengthening the organisation were going on to bring dynamism in the party through a ‘new leadership’.
    She said a new committee for Dhaka city unit would be formed as dedicated leaders and activists were necessary for the future movement to ‘oust’ the ‘illegal’ government.
    ‘It is no time to shed tears but to build up resistance against repression, killing and enforced disappearance,’ she told the conference at the Engineers Institution, Bangladesh.
    Defending her party’s decisions, Khaleda said BNP had proved it was on the right track by boycotting the general elections in 1986, 1988 and finally on January 5, 2014.
    She claimed that responding to the call of her party, 95 per cent of voters did not go to the polling stations on January 5. ‘It is our success,’ she asserted adding that Awami League had failed.
    About the upazila elections, she said the first phase of upazila polls was good, second phase moderate but there were no elections in the third, fourth and fifth phases which were marked by capture of polling stations and stuffing of ballot boxes by Awami League men.
    The BNP chairperson asked the incumbent government to take immediate steps through discussions for holding general elections under a neutral government.
    She said people had started to leave HM Ershad’s Jatiya Party. She branded Ershad as a ‘traitor’ saying that he had taken oath as a lawmaker after announcing that he had withdrawn his nomination papers for the January 5 election.
    Khaleda also criticised the appointment of Ershad as the special envoy of the prime minister. ‘People of no foreign country trust him,’ she said, adding that there were allegations of corruption and killings against Ershad.
    The BNP chairperson said that Middle East countries had stopped recruitment of Bangladeshi workers due to a ‘wrong’ decision of the government, but did not specify the wrong decision.
    She said that gold was smuggling had become ‘a regular phenomenon in the Sonar Bangla’ with all ‘golden boys’ sitting back and watching. She asked where the gold was going.
    Presided over by Dhaka city Sramik Dal president Rehan Ali, the inaugural session was also addressed, among others, by Sramik Dal president Nazrul Islam Khan, BNP vice-chairmen Abdullah Al Noman, Dhaka city BNP convener Sadeque Hossain Khoka, Sramik Dal executive president Abul Kashem Chowdhury, general secretary Jafrul Hasan and city Sramik Dal general secretary Nurual Islam Khan.

  9. #409
    Senior Member Nabeel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Posts
    2,002
    Thanks
    946
    Bangladesh United States

    Bangladesh figure abducted amid political unrest

    A prominent Bangladesh opposition politician has been abducted, allegedly by police, just days after appearing to call for military intervention to end the country's political crisis.

    According to family members, Mahmudur Rahman Manna, 63, say he was picked up on Tuesday by plain-clothed police officers from his niece's home in Dhaka.

    "There were four to five men. They said they were from the DB (police detective branch). They asked him to go with them," Manna's niece Shahanama Sharmin told AFP news agency. "They led him away on a micro-bus at around 3:30am," she added.

    Police denied they were behind the abduction of Manna, who has also been calling for talks between the government and the BNP to resolve the crisis.

    "We don't have any information regarding his detention or arrest. None of the branches of the Dhaka Metropolitan Police arrested or detained him," police spokesman Monirul Islam said.

    The abduction is the latest twist in weeks-long turmoil led by the main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and its allies in efforts to topple Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and force fresh elections.

    Confined by authorities to her office on January 3, BNP leader Khaleda Zia called on supporters to block roads, railways and waterways, sparking a wave of violence that has claimed more than 100 lives.

    Over 10,000 opposition supporters and dozens of senior BNP officials have been arrested as part of a crackdown by Hasina to end the unrest.

    An audio recording of a phone conversation between Manna, an opposition official and an unknown third person was leaked to local media late on Sunday. Manna can be heard telling the unidentified person that he was open to talks with generals in a bid to resolve the crisis gripping Bangladesh, a country with a history of military-backed coups.

    According to bdnews24.com, Manna and the unidentified person discussed plans to meet top army officers.
    Manna has admitted to the phone call, but denied supporting any military takeover.

    Bangladesh's powerful military has publically denied speculation it plans to overthrow the government, which it did in 2007.

    http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2015/0...041616215.html

Page 21 of 21 FirstFirst ... 11161718192021

Similar Threads

  1. Will there be a Civil War 2013?
    By Mirza44 in forum U.S. Affairs
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 23rd January 2013, 22:28
  2. Warships Headed To Libya, U.S. Officials Say
    By Aryan_B in forum U.S. Affairs
    Replies: 4
    Last Post: 13th September 2012, 22:52
  3. Our War in Afghanistan is Headed Straight For Failure
    By Superkaif in forum Pakistan's War
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 19th August 2012, 15:01
  4. Replies: 0
    Last Post: 16th August 2012, 11:19

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
Join us on twitter Follow us on twitter