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Holy Shab-e-Qadr today

Soon the situation in Chittagong Hill Tracts will be calm: Obaidul Quader

KNF attack to loot money and show capability: RAB

Kidnapped manager of Sonali Bank returns to his family

Home Minister to visit Bandarban tomorrow to inspect situation

BNP-Jamaat at one table after a long time

Dhaka, March 29: Since the election of the 11th National Parliament in 2018, the distance between BNP and its long-time ally Jamaat has increased. After that, the top leaders of these two parties engaged in a war of words at various times. At one point, the 20-party alliance broke down. Since then, the leaders of the two parties have not been seen officially close. The platforms of BNP and Jamaat were also different in the anti-government movement around the last 12th parliamentary elections. The leaders and activists of the two parties are simultaneously protesting from separate positions. Finally, after five long years, the top leaders of BNP-Jamaat met on the same stage.

BNP-Jamaat become friends of Israel: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, March 28: Foreign Minister and Joint General Secretary of Awami League Dr. Hasan Mahmud said that there are protests against the killings in Gaza all over the world and BNP-Jamaat has not uttered a single word against the killings. They have become friends of Israel, they must be identified.

BNP-Jamaat stands in favour of genocide in Gaza by keeping silent on Israeli massacres: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, Mar 1: Foreign Minister and Joint General Secretary of Awami League Hasan Mahmud said, 'Until today, BNP-Jamaat has not uttered a single word against the Israeli massacre in Gaza. They have stood in favor of this genocide from silence.

19 vehicles including train torched during 36 hours of blockade

Dhaka, Nov 21: Miscreants set fire to 19 vehicles in 36 hours of the 48-hour blockade called by BNP-Jamaat and like-minded parties. These vehicles were set on fire between 6:00 am on Sunday (November 19) and 6:00 pm on Monday (November 20).

Joy feels there will not be any BNP-Jamaat after 10-15 years

Referring to BNP-Jamaat as terrorists and militants, Prime Minister's ICT Advisor and CRI Chairman Sajib Wazed Joy said that no party called BNP-Jamaat will survive in Bangladesh in the next 10 to 15 years.

BNP has to give up one-point demand to come to dialogue: Menon

Dhaka, Nov 15: Bangladesh Workers Party President Rashed Khan Menon said, BNP will show how far the government can run away. We didn't run away, you ran away. You are hiding in the hole. This government will not escape. Under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina, the development and progress of this country will move forward through the elections in the coming days. This country will stand up to the world as a non-communal country.

BNP-Jamaat observing strike today

Dhaka, 29 October 2023: BNP and Jamaat-e-Islami have called a strike across the country today.

DMP denies permission to 'anti-independence' Jamaat rally, warns to take strict action if they try to gather

Dhaka, Oct 28: Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) has allowed Awami League and BNP to hold rallies at their preferred locations. However, the anti-independence Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami did not get permission to hold a rally at Motijheel Shapla Chattar in the capital. Even after that, if the Jamaat attempts to hold the rally, the police will take action against them.

Jamaat is anti-independence, they will not be allowed to assemble: DMP

Dhaka, Oct 25: Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami has called for a rally at Motijheel Shapla Square in the capital on October 28. Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) said they will not be allowed to hold public gathering.

No one will be able to live in peace if Jamaat-BNP comes to power: Law Minister

Dhaka, August 28: Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anisul Huq said that no one can live in peace if the nation's power is in the hands of Jamaat-BNP. Therefore, Sheikh Hasina should be brought to power by voting in the boat brand again in the upcoming national elections.

Jamaat arson following Sayeedi's death causes a loss of Tk 15 lakh

Dhaka, August 17: After the death of Delawar Hossain Sayeedi, who was sentenced to life imprisonment in the case of crimes against humanity, police clashed with the Jamaat supporters over the incident of vandalism and arson at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) and Shahbagh intersection around the ambulance carrying his body. However, the police said to use 519 rounds of rubber bullets to disperse protesters. Besides, police are claiming that there has been a loss of around Tk 14-15 lakh in the vandalism-fire incident.

Clash after Sayeedi's funeral prayer in Cox's Bazar, 1 shot dead

Dhaka, August 16: Miscreants committed violent incidents in Chakria and Pekua of Cox's Bazar after the funeral of Jamaat-e-Islami leader, Delwar Hossain Sayeedi, who was sentenced to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity. The vehicles of OC, UNO, Health Officer, Aceland and other government officials were damaged in the attack by the people attending the funeral. One person was killed in a shootout during the violence. At least 20 policemen including the OCs of two police stations were injured.

Be careful about Jamaat-BNP: Sheikh Hasina

Dhaka, 13 August 2023 : Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina has urged the countrymen to be careful about BNP-Jamaat alliance.

BNP-JEI (BD) Nexus: A Bangladeshi Curse

Dhaka, August 4: The US-led West has a proven track record of playing the game of brinkmanship around the world. The Islamic world has been the worst victim of Western meddling in their affairs. They bombed one’s economies to rubble, on fictitious grounds, paved the way for social unrest, and the rise of extremist forces. Their track record in effectively fighting terrorism is equally pathetic. The West offered safe sanctuary to extremist elements, who brought a bad name to Islam. “Saudi Arabia is more keen to fight terrorism than the Europeans,” the UAE’s foreign minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al-Nahyan said in 2017.

BNP can not accept people's mandate: Joy

Dhaka, July 14: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's information and technology advisor Sajeeb Wazed Joy said that BNP leaders and activists cannot accept the people's mandate.