BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir yesterday alleged that people's voting rights were snatched again during the December 30 parliamentary polls.
“And through snatching this voting rights, the Awami League and the administration have completely become public enemy,” he said.
The BNP leader was talking to reporters in Cumilla on his way to Noakhali to visit the Subarnochar woman who was allegedly gang-raped after the election early on December 31.
Fakhrul said an “anarchic and terrifying” situation has been created all over the country due to violent incidents ahead of the polls, on the voting day and afterwards.
Condemning the rape incident and other polls-related violence, he called upon the people to stand against such incidents.
Fakhrul also said his party has already informed the authorities concerned, especially the Election Commission, about the role they should play to bring an end to violence.
“We are calling upon the authorities concerned to stop this violence completely,” he added.