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    Postpone polls schedule, save country: Khaleda to EC Frontier
    Frontier on Monday, December 2, 2013
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    BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia on Monday night urged the Election Commission to postpone the schedule announced for the 10th parliamentary election and thus save the country.

    “I want to tell the Election Commission, save the country by postponing the election schedule and not to be used as a puppet of a particular party by taking initiatives for holding a unilateral farce election,” she said in a statement.

    The former premier also requested all concerned not to engage in the farcical election process.

    She also called upon the country’s people who have been affected and repressed for the last five years to continue their movement in a peaceful manner. “People’s justified movement can never fail. Insh’allah our victory is sure and imminent.”

    About arson attacks, Khaleda Zia said unidentified miscreants are taking the lives of innocent and common people by carrying out heinous attacks. “They’re burning people alive by hurling bombs and torching passenger buses. Elderly people, women and children are being victims of such grievous attacks.”

    Mentioning that people are groaning in hospitals with pain of burn injures, the opposition leader said, “Their tragic screams have clearly exposed the unforgivable failure of our public security system.”

    “I’m surprised, disappointed, aggrieved and saddened. I strongly condemn and protest the barbaric and brutal killings,” she said.

    Khaleda said she along with the country’s people is stunned over the horrendous attacks amid the watchful positions of the law enforcers at different points of the city.

    She also said letting off the perpetrators with safe passage without the arrest of any of the offenders from the spot is not comprehensible to anyone.

    Khaleda asked all the leaders and activists of the BNP-led 18-party alliance, others democratic parties and all the professional and social bodies who are on the movement not to attack any innocent man and destroy anyone’s property anywhere in the country.
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