Bangladesh Opposition in 3000 Car Protest Rally

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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

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 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

No polls without caretaker system | Khaleda Zia

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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.

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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.



R=Picture update June-2011

Road Block & Protest:
A group of Rickshaw and van pullers block the second Buriganga bridge and set fire on Thursday demanding daylong movement of non-motorized  . . .

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BNP Protest:
The opposition BNP holds a meeting blocking the road in front of its Naya Paltan office in the city on Thursday protesting the  . . .

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