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    Movement in due time, threatens Khaleda Frontier
    Frontier on Saturday, April 12, 2014
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    BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia on Saturday threatened to wage a movement against the government again at the appropriate time after reorganising her party. “I don’t follow anybody’s dictate… we’ll wage our movement after reorganising our party,” she said. Khaleda was addressing the 6th council of Dhaka city unit Sramik Dal at the Engineers’ Institute. Renewing her party’s demand for a fresh national election, the BNP chief said there is still time to arrange an election immediately under a non-party caretaker government through talks. “The consequences won’t be good the way you (govt) are carrying out repressive acts…one day you’ll be held responsible for your misdeeds,” she added. Khaleda also urged her party leaders and activists to get ready for giving a befitting reply to the government’s repressive acts. “It won’t be enough to shout slogans or clap only…you’ll have to work hard. Our party committees will be reorganised with those who will be able to play a courageous role in the anti-government movement and take to the streets taking risks,” she told her party men. The BNP chief said the committees of BNP and its associate bodies will be reconstituted through councils as part of their preparations for launching a strong movement. Turning to the upazila polls, Khaleda said the ruling party men, being unnerved by the success of the opposition-backed candidates in the first two phases of the local body polls, have indulged in widespread vote fraud in the last three phases to ensure the defeat of the BNP loyalists. At the beginning of her speech, the former premier said democracy is now dead in Bangladesh. “The current illegal regime has buried democracy on January 5. Awami League had not arranged the national polls under a non-party caretaker government in light of people’s hopes and aspirations as it knew that it wouldn’t be able to retain power had it been held under a non-party administration.” Accusing the ruling party men of indulging in terrorism, tender manipulation, killing, drug peddling and smuggling, she said Awami League is not a pro-people party. “Awami League believes in terrorism. Every ruling party man is carrying illegal arms, but BNP’s weapons are people. We’ll take to the streets together with people.” She urged people from all walks of to get united to dislodge the current regime. “It’s the high time to take a position against this illegal and unconstitutional government. Let’s get united.” Chaired by Dhaka city unit Sramik Dal president Rihan Ali, the programme was addressed, among others, by BNP standing committee member and Sramik Dal president Nazrul Islam Khan and BNP vice chairmen Abdullah Al Noman and Sadeque Hossain Khoka.
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