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Police foil hostile to assault fight in Narayanganj..

Police staff drove by Sadar police OC Md Asaduzzaman show up on scene and request dissidents to pull out exhibition before the Narayanganj Central Shahid Minar in Chasara of Narayanganj city Friday evening Dhaka Tribune

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The occurrence occurred before the Narayanganj Central Shahid Minar in Chashara, Narayanganj, on Friday evening

Police descended on a gathering of serene dissidents who have been raising their voice against the extraordinary ascent of assault and brutality against ladies lately the nation over.

The occurrence occurred before the Narayanganj Central Shahid Minar in Chashara, Narayanganj, on Friday evening.

 

 

 

 

Understudy Farhana Manik Muna, one of the nonconformists present during the episode, said: “My schoolmates and I, alongside various different members, took our places before the Chashara Shahid Minar on Friday morning to proceed with our dissent against the fast ascent of assault and brutality in the country for the fifth continuous day.

“Then, police faculty from the Sadar police headquarters showed up on the scene and requested us to move away from our exhibition.”

“Be that as it may, we deferentially declined, saying as this was a public space it was in good place to notice a tranquil show here as residents of a majority rule country.”

“Albeit the police at first permitted us to proceed for quite a while, a couple of hours after the fact, Sadar police headquarters OC Md Asaduzzaman showed up on the scene with police staff and constrained us off the Shahid Minar premises.”

Reached, Md Asaduzzaman, official in-control (OC) of Sadar police headquarters, said: “The Narayanganj area unit of Bangladesh Workers Party hosted saved the spot for a get-together program on Friday evening with earlier consent taken from the city partnership office.”

As the dissidents didn’t have such consent, they were consuming the space unlawfully and needed to move, he added.

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Following the Noakhali occurrence, assaults and brutality against ladies have kept increasing in an uncommon rate driving common residents the country over to remain on the roads Dhaka Tribune

When reached, Hafizur Rahman, leader of Narayanganj region unit of BangladeshWorkers Party, said: “We had wanted to hold a program at the Shaheed Minar on Friday early evening time with respect to the conclusion of sugar plants and the ascent of assault and viciousness the nation over. Appropriately, the City Corporation and Sadar police were informed heretofore.

  • “Be that as it may, another association was at that point noticing an enemy of assault protest since Friday morning. At the point when they were approached to clear the premises for the length of our program, they declined. Thus, when we told the police, they came and eliminated them.”

Understudies from schools and universities just as different socio-social associations, including Udichi Shilpigosthi, have been arranging exhibits and demonstrations in Narayanganj to challenge assault, and brutality against ladies the nation over.

These projects proceeded for the fifth back to back day at Narayanganj Press Club, Chashara Chattar and different spots in the city on Friday.

Understudy fights in Dhaka and somewhere else ejected after a video arose of a few men stripping and attacking a lady from an impeded local area in the southern region of Noakhali.

Indeed, even before the video film arose, strain had been preparing since a few individuals from the decision gathering’s understudy wing were captured a week ago and accused of assaulting a lady in northern Sylhet.

Following the Noakhali episode, assaults and viciousness against ladies have kept increasing in a phenomenal rate, driving common residents the country over to dissent in the city

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