There was a backlash within the political area over the speech of BNP appearing chairman Tarique Rahman in Chandpur in defiance of the Excessive Courtroom ban. Tareq Rahman, who was convicted in a number of circumstances throughout the Iftar and Doa mahfil organized by Chandpur district BNP on April 30, took a digital half from London and listened to the speeches of the locals.
Advocate Borhan Uddin, Adviser to the BNP Chairperson, addressed the Iftar and Doa Mahfil held on the residence of Chandpur District BNP President Sheikh Farid Ahmed Manik within the afternoon underneath the chairmanship of Chandpur District BNP President Sheikh Farid Ahmed Manik and Normal Secretary Advocate Salim Ullah Selim. The keynote speaker was Mostaq Mia, Organizing Secretary of Comilla Divisional BNP. BNP central committee member Abdus Sattar Patwari, MA Hannan additionally spoke. Within the presence of tons of of leaders and activists, your complete occasion was broadcast on a big space, however nobody from the police, the administration and the Awami League or its associates stopped it. The one-hour, 10-minute, 57-second program has additionally been unfold on YouTube and Fb. Chandpur-3 seat MP Training Minister. Dipu Moni was then in Saudi Arabia to carry out Umrah. The remainder of the workforce was additionally silent then.
It’s realized that Tareq Rahman gave a protracted speech on the identical day to strengthen the group when former BNP MP from Chandpur Ehsanul Haque Milon was demoted to the get together. Disobeying the order of the Excessive Courtroom and spreading it has precipitated outrage within the native civil society and political circles.
The Excessive Courtroom on January 8, 2015 directed the federal government to ban the publication of statements made by Tareq Rahman, who was convicted within the August 21 grenade assault, 10 truck arms case, cash laundering and corruption circumstances. Legal professionals for the writ petitioner stated that as per the courtroom order, the directive additionally applies to social media and on-line apart from print and digital media in Bangladesh. Nonetheless, within the case of Chandpur, the order of the Excessive Courtroom has been ignored.