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Government cuts power supply, mobile and cable TV network at Khaleda Zia’s office; Acting Ameer vehemently condemns autocratic activities of the government
Saturday, 31 January 2015
Acting Ameer of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami, Maqbul Ahmed has issued the following statement on 31st January, 2015 protesting and condemning power cut at the office of the BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia in Gulshan of the capital on 30th January midnight and the disconnecting of dish, mobile, telephone and internet network today on 31st January.
“I am vehemently protesting and condemning the inhuman and condemnable activities of the government including power cut at the office of the BNP Chairperson and the leader of the 20 party alliances Begum Khaleda Zia in Gulshan of the capital on 30th January midnight and the disconnecting of dish, mobile, telephone and internet network today on 31st January. For last couple of days several ministers and ruling party leaders had been threatening to arrest Begum Khaleda Zia. Being frightened to see the massive success of the opposition movement, while addressing a labor conference, a minister threatened to cut the electricity line of the office of the former Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia. He also threatened to stop food supply in the office. Following such threat, power supply at her office had been disconnected on 30th January midnight and then the authority disconnected of dish, mobile, telephone and internet network today. Such malign activities of the government proved that, they have done these ill activities only to foil the ongoing movement of the opposition. We truly have no word to condemn the inhuman activities of the government including power cut and disconnecting of dish, mobile, telephone and internet network at the office of the BNP Chairperson and the leader of the 20 party alliances Begum Khaleda Zia. The activities of the government proved that, they want to wipe out the dissident quarters and to launch one party rule in the country.
In this backdrop, I am urging the countrymen to raise voice against the misdeeds of the government. I am also calling upon the global human rights forums particularly United Nations to take due steps in this regard.”