Dhaka, Dec 3 (bangladesh2u.com)- Jamat-e-Islam Bangladesh has called countrywide dawn-to-dust (Hartal) on Monday for Tuesday to press demands, including release of its top leaders facing trial for their alleged involvement in crimes against humanity during the 1971 Liberation War.
The party announced Monday’s programme as part of its ongoing countrywide movement demanding release and withdrawal of cases against its top leaders, against government’s ‘limitless ill-governance and corruption’, and to reduce public woes.
Acting Jamat Secretary General Shafiqur Rahman made the announcement in a media statement, about the countrywide dawn-to-dust (Hartal) at the north gate of the Bangladesh National Mosque Baitul Mukarram on Monday (Today).
On the other hand, Dhaka metropolitan police has informed that, they have not allowed any pass for meeting of Jamat-e-Islam Bangladesh and Islami Chatra Shibir.
Demanding release and withdrawal of cases against Jamaat-e-Islam Bangladesh top leaders, Jamat students, Islami Chatra Shibir start clash from Nobember and as result about 150 Policeman were wounded and about 3000 Jamat workers were arrested since November.