BNP central committee vice chairman and former minister Abdullah Al Noman said that there is no rule of law in the country now. Instead of the rule of law, Awami League has organized the country in way. Had the rule of law prevailed in the country and if the judiciary was free, then the country’s leader Begum Khaleda Zia would not have been in prison in the case of false cases. There is no alternative to the movement to restore the rule of law. We have to get all these rights through the movement by embracing Jail-oppressed, Hulia.
Abdullah Al Noman, in a discussion meeting organized by the National Advocates Forum, Chittagong, on Tuesday afternoon, in the discussion meeting of the National Advocates Forum, former General Secretary of Chittagong, senior lawyer, Syed Sirajul Alam, said this as the chief guest. Abdullah Al Noman said that the country is passing through a transitional period. The government is plotting to capitalize power through the election of another proverb like January 5, 2014, keeping the country’s leader of country’s independence, Khaleda Zia in a false case as a part of that plot, harassing people in false cases in the name of BNP leaders and activists. Deshantri Begum Khaleda Zia and senior lawyers who are conducting the case of BNP activists have harassed them in the case.
Abdullah Al Noman said, BNP activists cannot stay at home and stay at the torture of police. Police arrested innocent activists every night and sent them to the court in false cases. Hundreds of activists from different police stations and wards of Chittagong city have already been arrested.
Abdullah Al Noman said to the police enthusiastic, you should remember that this government is not the last government. The night will be as deep as it is in the morning so act as neutral as the Republican officials and those who cannot conduct neutral behavior please join the Awami League. Those who have harassed my staff by unnecessary misdeedment, will also have to respond to all these misdeeds one day.
Abdullah Al Noman said, Deshteri Begum Khaleda Zia will be released, Parliament will be broken. The Election Commission has to be reconstituted and the formation of a neutral government will be formed. Otherwise, no election will be allowed to be BNP in Bangladesh. There is nothing to lose the BNP. BNP activists are not afraid of false cases, attacks and jail-torture. In the stormy waves of the movement boats will be boasted in Padma.Abdullah Al Noman said that the fall of the government is only a matter of time now. The government has been totally disbanded. Obaidul Quader said that he wants to keep the government alive but he will not get any benefit. All the autocrats of the world have to taste the fall, the taste of the Awami League will also be accepted. On the day when the Awami League will fall, the people will call on Teknaf or Khulna, and on the other hand the government will fall in Dhaka.
Abdullah Al Noman, highlighting the working life of late lawyer Syed Mohammad Sirajul Alam, said Syed Sirajul Alam was a famous lawyer. He worked tirelessly to strengthen the BNP during his lifetime. He was one of the protagonists of Nationalist Lawyers Forum in Chittagong.
Former President of Bangladesh Bar Council Advocate Mohammad Kabir Chowdhury, General Secretary of Chittagong District Bar Association, Nazim Uddin Chowdhury, Nurul Islam, Metropolitan Regional Council, and Chairman of National Bar Council of Bangladesh, Mohammad Delwar Hossain Chowdhury presided over the discussion. BNP vice-president Abdus Satta , ASM Badrul Anwar, Abdul Malik, Enamul Haque, Rafiq Ahmad, Rowshan Ara Begum, Azizul Haque, Selima Khanam, Kazi Mohammad Siraj, Akbar Ali, Nuruddin Arif Chowdhury, Ajmal Haque, Abdul Khalek, Shahjahan, Fouzul Amin, Haider Mohammad Solaiman, Mohammad Qasim Chowdhury, Aasia Khanam Beauty, Sirajul Islam Chowdhury, Salimullah, Ashfaq Ahmad, Iftekhar Hossain Chowdhury Mohsin, Ahmadur Rahman Khan, SM Forkan, Shamsul Alam, Syed Mej Abdullah Ahmed, Nasima Akhtar, erasadura Rahman ritu, Kabir Hossain, Kaniz Kausar Chowdhury, Mohammad Osman, Laila Noor and others.