Demonstration procession of Chhatrashibir across the country in protest against the joint attack of police and Chhatraleague-Juboleague leading to killing of 17 people in indiscriminate firing in the peaceful programs of Alem society including Chhatrashibir across the country.
Law enforcers resort to genocide instead of ensuring public safety - Chhatrashibir
Various branches of Bangladesh Islami Chhatrashibir have staged demonstrations and rallies across the country, including the capital city Dhaka, to protest the joint attack of police and Chhatraleague-Juboleague and their indiscriminate firing leading to the death of 17 people in the peaceful program of Alem Samaj including Chhatrashibir across the country.
Taking part in the protest rally, the Shibir leaders said that the fascist illegal government has indiscriminately killed the patriotic and Islam-loving students to please their foreign lords.
Demonstrations, strikes, protests, and expressions of opinion are the basic rights of every citizen ensured by the constitution. And the law enforcement agencies are supposed to help the most in terms of protecting and enforcing that right. But in the last few days, law enforcers along with armed terrorists of Chhatraleague and Juboleague have carried out atrocities against the people participating in legal and peaceful programs in different parts of the country including Dhaka Baitul Mukarram, Hathazari, Jatrabari, and Brahmanbaria.
17 people including students have been martyred by indiscriminate firing. Numerous innocent unarmed protesters have been injured and bloodied by bullets and tear gas, many of whom are still in critical condition. Without any provocation, police attacked a peaceful Shibir procession in Sylhet and arrested 15 people. They looted 14 motorcycles belonging to the procession leader members like robbers. This barbaric torture, arrest, and murder is not an isolated incident but is well-planned.
The government has sold its conscience to the foreign imperialists by excluding the people of the country on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of independence. On the one hand, unannounced curfew has tried to block the means for the people to celebrate Independence Day and on the other hand, it has made the foreign lords happy by shedding the blood of the innocent people of the country. The government, in a cowardly manner, has carried out brutal atrocities with the use of police and party terrorists. The countrymen are stunned and outraged by the brutality of the police in the guise of law. People today cannot differentiate between the police and Awami terror. However, even before, the police have carried out such barbaric killings to fulfill the wishes of the illegal government. In order to serve the illegitimate fascist government, the police have become terrorists in uniform.
We want to make it clear that the Islam-loving people and students of the country will not back down from their just struggle. The people have identified those involved in the massacre. In the passage of time, every drop of blood will be accounted for. The administration has to answer as to under whose direction the innocent and unarmed students were attacked and martyred in this manner. The law should immediately mete out exemplary punishment to the murderous police members. The Awami terrorists involved must be brought to justice. Appropriate compensation should be given to the dead and quality treatment should be provided to the injured. Everyone, including the arrested Shibir leaders and activists, must be released immediately. Otherwise, the Islam-loving students of the country will be forced to take a tough stand to give a proper answer to the murderous terrorists.
Dhaka Metropolitan West
The Dhaka Metropolitan West branch of Chhatrashibir, led by central law secretary Hafizur Rahman, staged a protest march in the capital against the killing of 17 people in a joint attack by police, Chhatraleague, and Juboleague. The procession started from the Dhanmondi area of the capital at 9 am and went around various roads in the area. Metropolitan President Abdullah Al Maruf, Secretary Sabbir bin Harun and other leaders and activists of the city branch were present at the time.
Dhaka metropolitan east
The Dhaka Metropolitan East branch of Chhatrashibir staged a protest march against the joint police and Chhatraleague-Juboleague attack. Metropolitan President Mujibur Rahman led the protest rally held in the Khilgaon area at 9 am. Secretary Abul Khair and other leaders were also present at the time.
Khulna metropolitan branch
The Khulna metropolitan branch of Chhatrashibir staged a protest march against the killing of 17 people in a joint attack by police, Chhatraleague, and Juboleague. Leaders and activists marched on the Dhaka-Khulna highway at 10 am under the leadership of Metropolitan President Musharraf Ansari. Leaders and activists of different levels including Metropolitan Secretary Abdul Awal were present at the time.
Rangpur metropolitan branch
The Rangpur metropolitan branch of Chhatrashibir staged a protest march against the killing of 17 people in a joint attack by police, Chhatraleague, and Juboleague. Leaders and activists gathered in a procession on the Dhaka-Rangpur highway at 9 am led by Metropolitan President Shahabuddin Sarkar. Leaders and activists of different levels including Metropolitan Secretary Shoaibur Rahman were present at the time.
Barisal metropolitan branch
The Barisal metropolitan branch of Chhatrashibir staged a protest march against the killing of 17 people in a joint attack by police, Chhatraleague, and Juboleague. Leaders and activists led by Abu Hanif Noman marched on the Dhaka-Barisal highway at 9 am. Leaders and activists of different levels including metropolitan secretary Shahjalal were present at the time.
The Tangail city branch of Chhatrashibir staged a protest march against the killing of 17 people in a joint attack by police, Chhatraleague, and Juboleague. Leaders and activists marched on the Dhaka-Tangail highway under the leadership of city president Nurul Islam at 8 am. City Secretary Abdullah Al Mamun and other leaders and activists were present at the time.