Divisional mass meetings of BNP have been held in six places of the country so far. Abdur Rahman alias Azad claimed to have attended all the rallies. 43-year-old Abdur Rahman’s house is in Khaliajuri upazila of Netrokona. He reached Sylhet city last Wednesday night to attend the rally in Sylhet. Although he stayed at a relative’s house on the first day, Abdur Rahman has been staying at the gathering place since Thursday night. Eating there. He is scheduled to leave for his home tomorrow Saturday afternoon after the rally.
Talked to Abdur Rahman at Sylhet Government Aliya Madrasa ground today, Friday around 12:30 PM. BNP’s Sylhet division mass meeting will be held in this field tomorrow. He claimed to this reporter that he had attended the previous six rallies. The BNP has been holding these mass rallies in the divisional cities to protest against the abnormal increase in the price of daily commodities including fuel oil, the killing of leaders and activists and the release of party chairperson Khaleda Zia and the demand for parliamentary elections under a non-partisan and neutral government.
The first mass meeting of BNP was held on October 12 in Chittagong. After that, BNP held mass meetings in Mymensingh, Khulna, Rangpur, Barisal and Faridpur (organizational division of BNP). A strike was called in buses and other public transport on the eve of the rally in all places except Mymensingh. Similarly, a 48-hour transport strike has started in Sunamganj, Moulvibazar and Habiganj of Sylhet division from today. On the other hand, tomorrow morning-evening strike will be observed in Sylhet district.