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Dawn-to-dusk hartal today
12/1/2005
 

          The Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) has called a countrywide dawn-to-dusk hartal for today (Thursday)) in protest against Tuesday's bombings in Chittagong and Gazipur that left at least nine people dead and scores wounded, report agencies.
Led by its president Mahbubey Alam, the SCBA executives announced the hartal after holding an emergency general meeting at the Supreme Court Tuesday.
They sought support of all
Continued to page 7 col. 7 The Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) has called a countrywide dawn-to-dusk hartal for today (Thursday)) in protest against Tuesday's bombings in Chittagong and Gazipur that left at least nine people dead and scores wounded, report agencies.
Led by its president Mahbubey Alam, the SCBA executives announced the hartal after holding an emergency general meeting at the Supreme Court Tuesday.
They sought support of all classes of people, including political parties and civil society, to the general strike.
The Awami League-led 14-party alliance has extended its support to the call for countrywide shutdown-first by any lawyers' body in Bangladesh.
Meanwhile, Awami League (AL) called upon the people to make Thursday's hartal a big success.
The lawyers of the country observed mourning day Wednesday across the country commemorating the killings and injuries of a number of their colleagues, police and civilians in the Tuesday's twin suicide bomb attacks in Gazipur and Chittagong courts premises.
At the same time, they have taken all preparations to make the countrywide dawn-to-dusk hartal a success.

 

 
 

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