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The collapse of government massive gathering-panic!

The collapse of government massive gathering-panic!
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BNP activists from all over the country are running to Nayapaltan overcoming all obstacles to attend the grand meeting of Dhaka demanding the fall of the government. Awami League and BNP’s general meeting on Saturday has caused great concern and anxiety throughout the country due to the fear of massive violence on the part of both parties. Some are also recalling the Logi-Baitha violence on October 28, 2006.


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Even though the police did not give permission, the Jamaat announced to hold a rally at Shapla Chattar in the capital on the same day. RAB-Police are conducting strict search on the way. BNP activists are being prevented from coming to the capital. BNP has complained of widespread beatings across the country including the capital. The residential hotel restaurant mess has closed down unannounced in the capital. Fearing raids and arrests, BNP activists left their homes and spent the night in front of the party office in Nayapaltan. Diplomats are keeping a watchful eye on the whole situation. The United States and the United Kingdom have issued travel warnings to their citizens.

A key diplomatic source claimed no major untoward incident was likely. Dismissing the fear of BNP workers sitting on the streets from the rally, the source claimed that even if both sides are prepared to face any situation, the day will pass naturally. BNP leaders said that they have no program of standing on the streets. The workers will go back after the peaceful rally. However, sources did not rule out the fear of Jamaat workers getting involved in a conflict with the law and order forces. According to sources, the police will take strict action if the Jamaat tries to hold a rally. On the last day of the four-party coalition government on October 28, 2006, the then-opposition Awami League clashed with the Jamaat, not the BNP.

Friday night DMP Commissioner Habibur Rahman said that Awami League-BNP has been given conditional permission to hold a rally at their favorite places, South Gate of Baitul Mukarram and Naya Paltan. One of the 20-point conditions is that the speech of a convicted person cannot be published. No gathering of people can be held at the venue before 12 noon on Saturday. The assembly should be completed between 2:00 PM and 5:00 PM. However, thousands of activists have started gathering in front of the BNP office in Nayapaltan since Friday afternoon. Nayapaltan became crowded in the night. The Jamaat was informed that it was not allowed to hold a rally on Saturday.

According to a responsible intelligence source, they are afraid that the Jamaat-Shibir commissars will enter the BNP convention and create sabotage. They can attack the leaders by going to the gatherings in the guise of Chanachur, nuts or water sellers. Such plans are being made to confuse the situation. In view of such intelligence reports, CCTV has been installed in the entire Nayapaltan area. Keeping a sharp eye on floating hawkers or suspects.

Several senior law enforcement officials told Daily Dazzling Dawn that strict precautions are in place across the capital to keep the situation normal. Checkposts have been installed on the road to prevent terrorist attacks or any criminal gang from causing any untoward incident. However, BNP claimed that their activists were being arrested and prevented from coming to the rally in the name of check post.

A senior police official said that strict security arrangements have been made at all entrances of Dhaka. RAB-Police stopped the vehicle and searched it. Due to the search, miles and miles of traffic jams have been created on various roads including Savar, Ashulia, Kachpur, Narayanganj. The BNP leaders complained that gridlock has been created at the entrances of Dhaka in the name of planned search. By Saturday which will take dire shape. According to them, police-RAB are searching the houses of the activists to stop the crowd. They have complained that more than five hundred activists have been arrested so far.

Meanwhile, Durpalla bus service has been stopped since Friday night. Transport workers say they don’t want to risk going to the capital due to security reasons. Khandkar Enayet Ullah, President of Transport Owners Association, said that there is no decision to stop the buses. However, bus service can be stopped by local decision in urgent situations. And understanding the situation in the capital, they will decide on Saturday morning whether buses will run in the capital or not. Private vehicles will not go out on Saturday due to the government shutdown and fear of violence.

The BNP workers gathered in Nayapaltan said that they were coming to Nayapaltan on foot as the police stopped the bus at Savar in the name of search. The BNP leaders think that any obstacle from the government will not work. The crowd will descend on the great assembly. Appropriate response will be given where there is obstruction.

Awami League is not sitting either. They also announced to hold a large commemorative gathering. It has been said from Awami League. Leaders and workers are on high alert. No exemption will be given to BNP-Jamaat if there is loss of life and property. Along with the police, Jubo League-Chhatra League workers are reported to have guarded various entrances of the capital with batons.

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