News Desk: The United States branch of the BNP’s affiliate, the Nationalist Sociocultural Organization (JASAS), has called for a movement against party leaders and activists to restore democracy in Bangladesh.
They met at an auditorium in Jackson Heights, New York, on Sunday night, local time.
Abu Taher, president of the organization, presided over the function, which was conducted by Kawsar Ahmed, general secretary of the organizing organization.
Guests included BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia’s Adviser and Chairman of the newly dissolved Central Committee of JASAS Mamun Ahmed and Member of the Central Executive Committee of the BNP and General Secretary of the newly dissolved Central Committee of Helal Khan.
Mamun Ahmed said, “BNP has to be put in power in the interest of freedom of speech and freedom of media of the people of Bangladesh. Because multi-party democracy was revived through BNP. ”
Helal Khan said, “In order to restore democracy in Bangladesh and bring the abuses of state power to justice, a brutal movement led by the BNP must be started immediately.”
Gias Ahmed, a former international secretary of the BNP and leader of the United States BNP, said, “No dictatorship has ever been able to perpetuate power through jail-torture-hulia in a sorted case, nor will it be possible in Bangladesh.”
Meanwhile, Mamun Ahmed, chairman of the Jassas Central Committee, urged the expatriate leaders and workers of the organization not to be disappointed with the announcement of the dissolution of the Jassas Central Committee.