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Govt arrests BNP people thru block raids: Fakhrul

Opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Thursday asserted that the law enforcement bureaus have been arresting BNP leaders and activists throughout the nation through obstruct raids. Our leaders and activists are being forced to stay beyond their houses at night,' Fakhrul stated covering a virtual discussion. Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal-JSD organised the occasion to talk about the role of the local government bodies in combating the Covid crisis. Fakhrul reported that the government is asserting that people connected to the BNP were arrested for their connection with Hefazat-e-Islam. 'BNP doesn't have connections with Hefazat. Instead the government is extremely close to Hefazat,' he said, adding the government has established a rule of terror. 'Several thousands of leaders of the BNP and its partner bodies were detained since March 26,' he explained. In addition, he added the'failed authorities' turn th

Rafiqul put on 7-day remand

Rafiqul was detained on March 25 out of Motijheel place in a demonstration protesting in the trip of Indian prime minister Narendra Modi on the occasion of their golden jubilee of independence and later he had been freed. Rafiqul, also manager of Saoatul Hera Madrassah at Paschim Bilashpur at Netrakona, allegedly delivered provocative speech at a Waj Mahfil in Gachha recently. A Dhaka court on Thursday put Rafiqul Islam Madani, popularly known as Shishu Bokta, on a 7-day remand in a case registered under the Digital Security Act for delivering'anti-state and provocative' speeches. Dhaka metropolitan magistrate court judge Abu Sufian Md Noman passed the arrangement at a digital hearing after which the investigation officer of the case sought a 10-day remand to interrogate Shishu Bokta. Rafiqul Islam was set on 4-day remand in a different instance registered with Motijheel police station earlier on April 21. A Gazipur court to prison on April 8 when he was born before the court i

Bangladesh Records Highest Ever 77 Covid Deaths In A Single Day

Bangladesh has recorded the most elevated number of Covid-19 passings in a day since the pandemic made landfall in the country in March a year ago. The loss of life moved to 9,661 after 77 fatalities were enlisted in the 24 hours to 8:00 am Thursday, as indicated by information delivered by the public authority. The nation has recorded 5,343 new instances of the Covid, taking the count to 678,937. The most recent day's contamination rate was 20.49 percent of the all out tests. The passing rate remains at 1.42%. Another 3,837 individuals recuperated from COVID-19 through treatment at home and in emergency clinic care in a similar period, carrying the count of recuperations to 572,378 with a 84.30% recuperation rate. Among the most recent day's casualties, 53 were men and 24 were ladies. Every one of them kicked the bucket in various medical clinics the nation over. In the interim, 26,077 examples were tried in 243 labs the nation over in the previous 24 hours. Click