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Quader directed to make a list of those who created anarchy in Hefazat-e-Islam

Dhaka, April 7: Awami League General Secretary and Minister for Road Transport and Bridges Obaidul Quader has said that the ongoing violence by an extremist sect called Hefazat-e-Islam has exceeded all levels of tolerance. At the same time, he directed the Awami League leaders and workers to make a list of the creators of this anarchy.

Action will be taken against those who create anarchy in the name of Islam: PM Hasina

Dhaka, April 5: Prime Minister and Leader of the House Sheikh Hasina has said her government will not tolerate un-Islamic activities such as arson, attacks and vandalism in the name of Islam. The Prime Minister also promised to take legal action against those involved in the crime. "All I can say is that legal action will be taken against those responsible for such misdeeds," she said.

Awami League leader demands formation of special tribunal to carry out trail of Hefazat leaders

Dhaka, April 3: Senior Awami League leader Sheikh Fazlul Karim Selim has demanded the formation of a special tribunal to carry out the trial of Hefazat-e-Islam leaders and activists involved in the violence. The demand was made in parliament on Saturday (April 3).

Hefazat withdraws from protest as police bolster security at Baitul Mukarram

Dhaka, April 2: Extensive security measures have been taken in Baitul Mukarram area of the capital to prevent any untoward incident or chaos during the protest program of Hefazat. Law enforcement tightened security in the area before Friday (April 2nd) Friday prayers.

Ghatak Dalal Nirmul Committee demands Hefazat's ban from politics

Dhaka, April 1: Condemning Hefazat-e-Islam for carrying out protests suring independence's golden jubilee, Ghatak Dalal Nirmul Committee has demanded a ban on the politics of terrorism in the name of religion. In a statement on Wednesday, the committee called for the closure of all Hefazat-e-Islam rallies and a ban on "anti-independence militant fundamentalist terrorist organizations" such as Hifazat and Jamaat.

Hefazat's violence was to tarnish the golden jubilee: Benazir Ahmed

Dhaka, March 31: Hefazat-e-Islam carried out the violence to tarnish the golden jubilee of independence, said Inspector General of Police (IGP) Dr. Benazir Ahmed.

14 parties demand strong action against Hefazat

Dhaka, March 30: Speakers at a discussion meeting organized by the 14 central parties said that if Hefazat-e-Islam could not be suppressed, a terrible situation would arise.

Nation pledge to resist fundamentalism-communalism on Victory Day

Dhaka, December 17: The 50th anniversary of Victory Day was celebrated all over the country, including the capital Dhaka, on Wednesday with a pledge to fight fundamentalism and communalism in the spirit of the war of liberation.

Human chain in the capital against militancy and communalism

Dhaka, December 11: Jatiyo Cholochitra Manobadhikar Sanstha has organised a human chain against militancy, fundamentalism and communalism to protest against the vandalism of the sculpture of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The human chain program was held in front of the National Press Club on Friday (December 11).