Former President and Bikalpa Dhara Bangladesh chief AQM Badruddoza Chowdhury Tuesday accused the alliance government of carrying out militant attacks across the country aimed at controlling the next general elections by using militancy, reports BDNEWS.
"Anti-liberation force BNP-Jamaat has destroyed democracy. Now they will use militancy in the coming elections," he said at a dialogue on anti-militancy held at Baridhara KC Memorial office of B Chowdhury in Dhaka.
B Chowdhury said militancy would have to be eliminated totally for holding the general elections in a free, fair and peaceful manner.
"All pro-liberation political parties have to be united in principle to achieve the target," he added.
Chairman of Tarikat Federation Syed Nazibul Bashar Maizbhandari at the dialogue said, 'We do not want to see the anti-independence force BNP-Jamaat alliance in power again."
"To achieve the goal, the pro-liberation and pro-Islamic political parties have to forge unity through compromise," he added.
Giving a prediction, Nazibul said BNP-Jamaat alliance would lose at least 120 seats in the coming parliamentary elections. Almost half of the cabinet members would not be able to become an MP in the elections, he added.
He said the alliance government has taken position against the Islam and the people.