July 14, 2020, 12:17 am
After spending his days in the United States, Sheikh Hasina came to London on a flight of United Airlines from Washington DC on Monday night. Thousands of supporters of Britain’s BNP and Jamaat supporters stood in front of the hotel in London on Tuesday until Friday. In front of the Savoy Hotel’s front road, with black flags and black cloth tied up with protesters.
BNP and Jamaat supporters gathered in protest against the allegation of detention, disappearance, murder, murder, looting and illegally holding the independence of democracy, franchise and judiciary. During this time protesters demonstrated banners and placards with slogans such as No More Hasina, Go Back Hasina, Stop Killing, Save Bangladesh, Restore Democracy etc. There are more public gatherings than today. Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami and thousands of BNP leaders in Europe and London take part in protests. BNP and Jamaat-e-Islami activists have surrounded Hasina staying in the hotel.
BNP president MA Malek has already declared Hasina unwanted. He said that the corrupt and illegal Prime Minister will be found at anywhere in the world, request to patriotic Bangladeshis, surround her. I will be with you.
Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami’s European spokesman Barrister Abu Bakar Molla said in the protest rally, “We will display black flag wherever we get Bangladeshi Sheikh Hasina due to taking power illegally.” We are demanding her trial for murder, disappearance and killing all over the country.
prime minister, she has no right to spend legal money of Bangladesh. Besides, General Secretary Koysor M Ahmed said that Sheikh Hasina is cheating with the people of Bangladesh by staying in so expensive hotel in London with a huge fleet with the money of Bangladesh. Being an illegal
BNP central committee’s International Affairs Secretary Mahidur Rahman said, this illegal government has run out of time, you all be ready. I will liberate Insha Allah Bangladesh from Sheikh Hasina’s Bakshali misrule. If we implement the dream of martyr President Ziaur Rahman, Bangladesh will raise the head in the world.
Former Jamaat leader and journalist Mahboob Ali Khansur, human rights activist Faridul Islam, former Jamaat-e-Islami leader Muhibullah and Shahidul Islam took part in the demonstrations.
Among others, central Assistant International Affairs Secretary Anwar Hossain Khokan, BNP leader Abul Kalam Azad, Taimush Ali, Golam Rabbani, Shahidul Islam Mamun, former student leader SM Omar Parvez, Barrister Moudud Ahmed Khan, Taj Uddin, Kamal Uddin, Khasruzzaman Khasru, Nasim Ahmed Chowdhury, Shamsur Rahman, Mahtab, Dewan Mokaddem Chowdhury Niaz, Schecchashebok Dal’s Md Arifur Rahman, Mohammad Sadequr Rahman, East London BNP leader Al Nahian Bin Murad, Md Tanjil Islam, Md Rifat Mahmud Bhuiyan, Salman Sadi, Syed Tarek Ahmed, Md Abdul Mukit Razib, Md Rifat Mahmud Bhuiyan, Hasan Morshed, Md Mizanur Rahman Forman, Jubo Dal leader Kazi Taz Uddin Ahmed, Fazle Rahman Pinak, Trade Affairs Secretary of East London BNP Monir Uddin, former student leader Ashfak Hossen Tarek, Shak Kamruzzaman, Chatra Shibir
leader Nausin Mostary Mia Saheb, former student leader Md Rakibe Hasan, Mohammad Abdul Goni, Md Abdus Samad, Md Mohin Uddin, Abdul Alim, Azir Uddin, Tanvir Chowdhury Sumon, Checchashebok Dal’s Lucky Ahmed, Abdur Rahim, Md Jobayer Islam Shishir and others.
Ferdous Alam, Azir Uddin, Ziaur Rahman, Firoz Alam, Mofsal Ali, Tarikur Rashid Chowdhury Shawkat, Badrul Islam, Abdul Motalib Liton, Md. Shafiul Islam Murad, Sohel Sharif Mohammad Karim, Rezaul Karim Ricky, Fouad Ahmed, Humayun Kabir Himu, Monir Ahmed, Rezan Zaman took part in the demonstration gathering.
On September 16, the Prime Minister had left Dhaka on the way to New York with a large fleet of 300 representatives to join the United Nations General Assembly.