Alleging the government for instigating conflict, BNP Acting Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Saturday said that the 20-party alliance did not get permission to observe the ‘International Day of the Disappeared’ because of administrative politicization.
“The government is not allowing us to hold our programme. Moreover, the way they (government) are talking made it clear that they are instigating conflict,” alleged the senior BNP leader.
“But we don’t want conflict, rather want to hold our programme peacefully,” Mirza Fakhrul came up with the observation at a press briefing at BNP Naya Paltan central office protesting the postponement of the human chain program of 20-party alliance.
The human chain programme was scheduled to be held on Saturday marking the 'International Day of the Disappeared'.
Postponing the programme because of denial of the administration, Mirza Fakhrul said it will now be held on September 2. The time and venue will be announced later, he added.
He claimed that 25 leaders and activists of BNP have been disappeared from January 1 to February 28.
Mirza Fakhrul also placed a report prepared by Ain O Shalish Kendra which showed that allegations of against the law enforcing agencies were reported for abducting 330 people from 2007 to May 29, 2014.