Hifazat out to save Jamaat, says Imran
Published: 2013-04-06 08:43:25.0 BdST Updated: 2013-04-06 08:46:11.0 BdST
There is no alternative to banning Jamaat-e-Islami to prevent possible conflicts and instabilities the country, said the spokesperson for ‘Ganajagaran Mancha’ on Saturday.
“They (Hifazat-e-Islam) have launched attacks in many places including Mohakhali in an attempt to create chaos. They are waiting in Chittagong and making various provocative comments”.
The spokesperson for the people’s movement against war criminals and Jamaat-e-Islami also said Hifazat-e-Islam is desperate to obstruct the programmes by the ‘Ganajagaran Mancha’.
Imran was speaking to reporters after a ‘Ganajagaran Mancha’ rally on Saturday.
Meanwhile people from all walks of life have started to gather in Shahbagh to take part in the rally by the Ganajagaran Mancha scheduled to begin at 4pm.
They are carrying black flags and placards demanding a ban on Jamaat, Shibir and also against the mass rally by the radical group Hifazat-e-Islam.
Supporters under the banner of Hifazat-e-Islam have arrived from various parts of the country and are holding a mass rally in Motijheel. A nationwide transport blockade by ‘Ganajagaran Mancha’ is in effect to protest against Hifazat’s long march.
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