BNP joint secretary general Salahuddin Ahmed in a statement on Monday cautioned that the government has to shoulder the responsibility if the continuity of democracy in the country is failed.
He also alleged the government has been encouraging extreme way by shutting
down all doors of lawful movements. As a result, the democracy is now confined,
Salahuddin in the statement asserted that days are not far when Sheikh Hasina
has to appear before the court for mass killing.
Hasina is shouldering the liabilities for issuing orders openly to kill the
leaders and activists of the opposition party, the BNP leader said.
Salahuddin alleged the government turned entire human habitations including
city, port and village dreadful by deploying politicised law enforcers in a
style of war with a view to carrying out midnight killings.
He also mentioned that law enforcers killed Dhaka city’s Shah Ali thana unit
Islami Chhatra Shibir leader Emdad Ullah after picking him up from his house on
Sunday, and made a cooked-up story of cross fire. “We strongly condemned such
BNP leader threatened that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina could be sued in future
for issuing orders of such killing of the opposition leaders and
Salahuddin also condemned the arrest of BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia’s adviser
Mosaddak Ali Falu, and demanded his release.