As soon as the announcement of the schedule for the parliamentary elections, the increasing number of days, the political parties have started to become hot, In Dhaka, at least two bloody clashes took place in Dhaka in the hands of two political parties in the hands of desperate workers. It is believed that any such meeting-gathering cannot be held before the allocation of candidates, after the directive of the Election Commission (EC), even after no party did it, it is believed that violent acts are increasing.
Two youths were killed in a clash between supporters of Awami League candidates in Dhaka on Saturday. Several BNP activists and police were seriously injured in clashes with police in Nayapaltan on Wednesday in front of the BNP’s central office. BNP activists burnt two cars of police. More 8/10 vehicles vandalized. However, the police demanded that the BNP leaders and activists started throwing bricks at them. Police tortillas, rubber bullets and lathe charges were made to disperse them during this period. At one stage, angry activists set fire to two vehicles in the police. Police said 23 members of the police were injured in the attack, said police sub-inspector Paltan, 5 of them senior police officers and two Ansar members. Two cars of police were burnt at the time. Besides, another episode was partially damaged.
It is learned that initially, the election commission avoided these incidents but warned all the parties including the BNP-BNP alliance to stop the shutdowns against the political party’s election code of conduct on distribution of nomination papers on Sunday. But then, in front of the BNP’s central office, there was a violation of the violent clashes of BNP activists with police. Witnesses said that the clash erupted when police stopped the procession of BNP’s candidates on Sunday noon and stopped the streets and blocked the streets. Later, on one side of the clash, BNP activists set fire to two vehicles in the police station. At this time police fired tear gas and fired the nominees.
Earlier, on Friday no one was seen in front of BNP’s central office in Nayapaltan after the clash and counter-clash with the police. The leaders and activists kept brickbats on the police targets. At this time, police fired tear gas shells, rubber bullets were thrown to disperse them, and lath charges were made. At one stage, angry activists set fire to two vehicles in the police. In the attack, 23 members of the police were injured, he said, among them, five senior police officers and two Ansar members. Two cars of police were burnt at the time. Besides, another episode was partially damaged.
‘The attackers will be seen by watching the video’: Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khanan Kamal has commented that police have been attacked recently in Nayapaltan, planned to foil the upcoming parliamentary elections. The minister said that the video footage of the incident is being seen. Law enforcement will be taken to identify those who have burnt the car, attacked the police. He came to the Rajarbagh police hospital yesterday to see the injured policemen and he told reporters.