Islamic Constitution Move-ment (ICM) strongly criticised the government Saturday for its silence about Jamaat-e-Islami, whom it called the mastermind behind the recent spate of bombings across the country, reports BDNEWS.
Addressing a press conference in the city, ICM Amir Syed Fazlul Karim opined for deployment of army to deal with the situation.
He also insisted on implementation of the reform proposals of the opposition parties on the Election Commission and caretaker government systems.
Party's Secretary General Nurul Huda Fayezi, Assistant Secretary General ATM Hemayetuddin and Organising Secretary Syed Belayet Hossain were present in the meeting.
Pointing to the recent comments of some ruling party lawmakers about the link of Jamaat behind the emergence of Shaikh Abdur Rahman and Bangla Bhai, the ICM chief rejected the government's dialogue initiative.
"The head of the government is silent about the Jamaat link and even those leaders of her party who speak out the truth are being expelled or warned," he alleged.
The ICM chief said that unfolding the mysteries of bomb blasts while keeping Jamaat in the power is quite impossible.
Pointing to the killings of many BNP and AL "activists" in 'crossfire', he said no Jamaat cadre became a victim of 'crossfire'. "It's a mystery."
The amir said his party is against inviting foreign intelligence agencies to probe the bombing incidents and called for conducting special drive by deploying the army as in 'Operation Clean Heart' of 2002 to cope with the 'present national crisis of militancy'.