Blaming BNP for all murders motivated: Khaleda Zia

16 May,2016

RTNN News Desk: BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia on Monday alleged that the government is blaming her party for the country’s recent barbaric and heinous killings in an effort to make political gains.

In a statement, she said, ‘From the very beginning, the ruling party has been trying to involve the opposition in all the savage killings out of its wild vengeance. It seems their main target is to use the murder incidents for political purpose instead of destroying the dens of perpetrators and arrest them. That’s why BNP is blamed immediately after any incident.’

The BNP chief also alleged that the government’s such attitude and irresponsible comments are encouraging extremists to carry out their destructive activities in full swing.

The statement was issued denouncing the killing of a Buddhist monk in Bandarban.

On Saturday, Buddhist monk Mong Sui U Chak, 75, found dead with his throat slashed inside a pagoda at Chakpara in Naikhongchari upazila.

Khaleda said the government’s bid to stay in office by force, its irresponsible statements, stubbornness and inaction against miscreants belong to Awami League have contributed to the rise in criminal activities in the country.

She also said ministers’ contradictory statements over the existence of militancy in the country have also raised a big question in public mind about the government’s role and action against extremism.

The BNP chief demanded the government immediately arrest the killers of the Buddhist monk and mete out exemplary punishment to them.

She prayed for the eternal peace of the slain monk’s departed soul and conveyed her deep sympathy to the bereaved family members.

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