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Terming the 10th national poll as farcical, BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia on Monday said the illegal government would not last long.
Khaleda Zia, also former prime minister, made the observation in a statement issued on Monday evening, hours after Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s press conference.
The BNP chief said, “The people rejected the farcical polls and the autocratic attempts have already proved that it is unfeasible to hold a free, fair and credible election without the caretaker government.”
Khaleda also called upon the government to reach consensus for holding free, fair and credible elections under
Alan Berry, South Asia Bureau Chief and Political Editor of US based The New York Times, met BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia at her residence for an interview on Monday night.
Earlier, German Ambassador to Bangladesh Albrecht Conze had an hour-long meeting with BNP chief.
Berry was barred to meet with Khaleda Zia in a scheduled meeting just a day before the 10th parliamentary polls on Saturday.
BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia said her party preprared for dialogue and she thinks the ongoing political crisis has to be solved through dialogue.
The BNP chief came up with the assertion in an exclusive interview with BBC Bangla.
Regarding the Prime Minister`s call for leaving the Jamaat-e-Islami, she said BNP would decide independently about their politics and not be directed by anyone.
Khaleda Zia said the government should create the environment of dialogue. All of her party leaders have to be released before the dialogue; the offices have to be opened and she to be allowed
A man was burnt alive and another injured after miscreants hurled petrol bomb at a covered van on Dhaka-Chittagong highway in Lemua Bridge area of the district early Tuesday.
The deceased was identified as Shah Alam, 30, the diver of the covered van.
Locals said a Dhaka-bound goods-laden covered ban came under petrol bomb attack of miscreants near to Lemua Bridge at around 12:30am, leaving its driver burnt dead on the spot and helper Al Amin, 28, injured.
The injured was admitted to Feni Sadar Hospital.
Mohipal police outpost In-Charge Jahangir Alam told banglanews that we