BNP terms Bhola incident premeditated; seeks fair probe

Depicting the occurrence over the profane Facebook post from a hacked record as a planned one, BNP on Monday requested a reasonable examination concerning Sunday’s viciousness in Bhola to reveal its genuine reasons, reports UNB.

“Public amicability in our nation has been a remarkable model since the days of yore. Individuals here live calmly paying little mind to religion and race. Making untoward remarks about religion has not been there in the custom of the nation,” said BNP standing board part Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain.

He further stated, “We think the Bhola occurrence was an arranged one. We request a reasonable examination to uncover the explanations behind which Bhola was dyed with blood and praiseworthy discipline of those liable for the episode.”

Mosharraf, a BNP standing panel part, thought of the remark while talking at a question and answer session at the gathering’s Naya Paltan focal office.

Four individuals were killed and around 200 others harmed on Sunday in a conflict among police and exhibiting local people in Burhanuddin upazila, requesting the discipline of a young for purportedly harming strict notions on the internet based life.

Police and local people said messages containing unfavourable comments about Allah and Prophet Muhammad were sent to a few people from a hacked Facebook ID of Biplob Chandra Shuvo, setting off an across the board fight.

Portraying the Bhola episode as ‘mass executing’, Mosharraf denounced and fought the ‘slaughtering and unpredictable terminating by police’ on the average folks of the area.

He cautioned the administration that the outcomes of overlooking individuals can’t be great. “Try not to play any longer with the lives and property of individuals. That’s it. The preliminary of mass slaughtering in Bhola must be held and individuals’ requests are acknowledged.”

BNP standing board of trustees individuals Gayeshwar Chandra Roy, Amir Khosru Mahmud Chowdhury, Iqbal Hasan Mahmud Tuku and BNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi were, among others, present.

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