Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami Ameer Dr. Shafiqur Rahman said after Bangladesh became independent, people hoped that justice would be established, values to be established and people to get back their rights.
However, the people of the country are suffering from insecurity problem today while the fear of murder and disappearance has engulfed the society, he said.
He was speaking as the chief guest at a discussion and prayer program on occasion of 52nd Independence and National Day, organized by Jamaat Dhaka City South on Friday.
The meeting was chaired by Nurul Islam Bulbul, a member of the party Central Executive Council and Ameer of Jamaat Dhaka City South.
Advocate Matiur Rahman Akand, a member of the Central Executive Council, was present at the discussion as the special guest.
City Nayeb-e-Ameer Manjurul Islam Bhuiyan also addressed the function.
Jamaat Dhaka City South secretary Dr Shafiqul Islam Masud, assistant secretaries Muh. Delwar Hossain, Kamal Hossain and Professor Abdul Mannan, among others, spoke at the function.
Majlis Shura member and Dhaka City South Assistant Secretary Advocate Helal Uddin moderated the meeting.
Speaking on the occasion, he said the next parliamentary election will be held in 2023. If this election is like the last two elections, the country will fall into great danger.
“Therefore, forgetting all the differences, all should unite as the political parties and restore the rights of the people” , he said.
He called for establishing a non-partisan government ahead of the next parliamentary election.