18 April 2012 Dhaka Bangladesh- BNP Chairperson KHALEDA ZIA speaks at a press conference at Diploma Engineers Institution auditorium in the capital on Wednesday she announced the formation of an 18-party alliance to strengthen the ongoing anti-government movement demanding restoration of the caretaker government system. After about 13 years into the four-party alliance formation, the BNP-led grouping expanded its alliance. © Monirul Alam
Jan 30, 2012 Dhaka. Bangladesh- Bangladesh opposition leader Khaleda Zia leads a mass procession in the capital on Dhaka Bangladesh. One person was killed and at least 30 people were injured after police clashed with thousands of opposition protestors in Bangladesh’s northwestern city of Rajshahi, police said. © Monirul Alam
08 Jan. 2012 .Bangladesh- BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia on Sunday warned the government that no political party will participate in the election if Awami League-led government try to hold it under its supervision. During her road two days road march in Bangladesh. She is leading the party’s road march to Chittagong from the capital on Sunday, aiming to drum up public support for reinstating the caretaker government system © Monirul Alam
18 October 2011. Dhaka Bangladesh- During the road march a supporter of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party holds a poster of Tareq Zia ( Tarique Rahman), Senior Joint Secretary General of the BNP and Khaleda Zia’s elder son. BNP Chairperson and opposition leader Khaleda Zia will be leading the second road march from the capital towards Bogra on Tuesday aiming to mount pressure on the government to reinstate the caretaker government system .Bangladesh has a history of political instability and the BNP and its allies have recently held a series of strikes in a new wave of unrest. The next national election is due to held by early 2014. © Monirul Alam
Archive Photo on 27 September 2011. BNP Chairperson and opposition leader KHALEDA ZIA will lead a road march towards Sylhet on Monday aiming to mount pressure on the government to reinstate the caretaker government system. © Monirul Alam
Oct. 10, 2011 – Dhaka, Bangladesh – Bangladesh’s main opposition launched a protest campaign on Monday in which 3,000 cars will drive en masse around the country to demand that the government resigns. Bangladesh has a history of political instability and the BNP and its allies have recently held a series of strikes in a new wave of unrest. The next national election is due to held by early 2014. © Monirul Alam
Bangladesh opposition leader and former prime minister Khaleda Zia, before her speak discuss with BNP secretary general Mirja Fakrul Islam, Zia speaks at a mass rally in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2011. Tens of thousands of supporters from a four-party alliance led by Zia’s Bangladesh Nationalist Party joined the rally. Dhaka September 2011.
Bangladesh Nationalist Party supporters gather for a mass rally in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2011.Tens of thousands of supporters from a four-party alliance led by Zia’s Bangladesh Nationalist Party joined the rally.Dhaka September 2011.