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JAGPA protest rally in New York against Indian invasion and border killings

by BanglaPress Desk


Staff Reporter: The Jatiya Ganotantrik Party (JAGPA) of United States held a protest rally in New York against Indian invasion and border killings. In the rally held in Brooklyn last Friday (May 17) at noon, the speakers demanded the boycott of Indian products along with protesting Indian invasion and border killings.
President of the US Jatiya Ganotantrik Party (JAGPA) ASM Rahmat Ullah Bhuiyan and General Secretary Noman Siddiqui conducted the rally calling for national unity against Indian invasion. not closing India continues its border killings and torture as part of its conspiracy to make Bangladesh a non-functioning state.
He said that BSF is killing Bangladeshi citizens indiscriminately on the border. Bangladesh government’s role in stopping this murder is mysterious. The government is unable to protest because of its knee-jerk foreign policy. BGB members would not have had to die if there was a fair investigation and justice for the killing of Bangladeshi citizens.
The unprovoked killing of daughter and child Felani in front of her father by the BSF at the Phulbari border in Kurigram throughout the year by the Indian BSF on the border shows the aggressive character of India and the knee-jerk foreign policy of the government.

Among others, former secretary of BNP Mostafa Kamal Pasha Babul, president of United Jagpa ASM Rahmat Ullah Bhuiyan, general secretary Noman Siddiqui, member secretary Jahangir Shaheed Sarwardi, brave freedom fighter and journalist Sayed Tarek, JSF president Haji Anwar Hossain, Greater Noakhali Nationalist Forum Advisor Saleh Ahmed Manik, Ahsan Ullah Bachchu, Kuwait BNP Leader Mahfuzur Rahman, Jagpa Organizing Secretary Moin Uddin Afsar, Publicity Secretary Iqbal Hossain Patwari, Ansar Ali, Shaheed Ullah, Kamal Hossain, Ashraful Hasan, Arman Hossain, Ismail Hossain, Abdul Mannan Didar, Imran Hossain, Javed Hossain and Monir Hossain spoke in the rally.


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