When elections approach, BNP starts politics with dead bodies by spreading terror

BNP-Jamaat alliance does not believe in people's vote due to their widespread killing, rape, terrorism, extortion and looting. As they doubt whether people will vote for them, they create terror with bullets, bombs and arson during election times. Before every election, they plan to seize power by preventing people from voting and rigging ballo...

Khaleda Zia's regime: Juba Dal leaders cut people into pieces on the streets

BNP-Jamaat terrorists established a reign of terror across the country during their regime from 2001 to 2006. Under the direct command of Tarique Rahman, four MPs Mirza Abbas, Salahuddin, Nasiruddin Pintu and SA Khaleque divided Dhaka city into four underground areas to control the terrorist groups. The unruly terrorists of Dhaka Chhatra Dal and...

Chhatra Dal terror: Businessman kidnapped for not getting free computers, Construction of orphanage stopped over extortion

The Chhatra Dal terrorists started anarchy and harassment of female students in different universities and colleges after coming to power in 2001. In Sylhet’s Shahjalal University, they continued spreading supremacy on campus under BNP leaders even after a rape attempt that created a public outcry across the country. On April 18, 2004, th...

The BNP government hurled bombs on women leaders to thwart Awami League programs

Awami League announced fresh programs to protest the countrywide persecution and killing of more than 10,000 leaders and activists in the first three years of the BNP-Jamaat government. As the opposition Awami League tried to organize the party leaders and activists, BNP-Jamaat terrorists carried out bomb attacks targeting the meetings and ralli...

BNP MPs ran riots all night for building private housing project in vested property

The BNP-Jamaat started violence in December, the month of victory. In December 2004, they attacked nearly one thousand slum dwellers and set fire to their houses and businesses at midnight to evict them from the vested properties in Savar and Ashulia. MPs, close to former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia, led the attacks to build housing projects in g...

Khaleda's government arrests 10,000 in 7 days to thwart Awami League program

BNP-Jamaat leaders started looting, extorting and repressing across the country soon after they formed the government in October 2001. Their mass anomalies badly affected the country’s economy. In a bid to foil the protests against their corruption and misdeeds, the BNP-Jamaat government ran crackdowns, arrested at least 10,000 Awami Leagu...