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JCD leaders stage demo for withdrawal of expulsion order on fellows

They snap power connection to BNP office

June 25, 2019 00:00:00

A group of activists of Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal swooped on aggrieved leaders of the organisation's recently dissolved committee demanding the withdrawal of age limit and expulsion order against their 12 leaders during their demonstration in front of the BNP central office at Nayapaltan in the city on Monday — FE photo

Aggrieved leaders of Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal (JCD) 's recently dissolved committee again staged a demonstration for two hours in front of BNP's Nayapaltan central office on Monday, demanding the withdrawal of age limit and expulsion order against their 12 leaders, report agencies.

Over a hundred protesters of JCD took position in front of the BNP office around 11:30 am and started their demonstration there. It was also meant for mounting pressure for changing the schedule for the council of the student body.

At one stage, they snapped the power connection to the BNP office and obstructed all from entering it until 1:30 pm.

They also did not allow ex-JCD leader and BNP organising sectary Fazlul Haque Milon to go to the office while beat a JCD leader as he tried to defy them.

Talking to reporters after their two-hour programme, ex-joint general secretary of the dissolved JCD committee Farroque Munna said they will continue their movement until their demands for the withdrawal of age limit, expulsion order against their 12 leaders and reschedule of the council 15-July council date are met.

He said they will also stage a similar protest programme on Tuesday in front of the BNP office. "We love Chhatra Dal, and we believe our leaders will resolve the problem through discussions with us."

While the some leaders of the demonstrating JCD group were going to Kakrail crossing from Nayapaltan, two-three crude bombs were thrown by miscreants from behind.

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