Jatiyabadi Ainjibi Forum (JAF) in Bangladesh on October 28 declared to observe agitative programme across the country on November 1 protesting the government's tyranny rule.
JAF will protest politicisation in the judiciary, the government's inference in different cases, harassing transfer of the Judges and the government notice to vacate Khaleda Zia's cantonment residence.
Leaders of the opposition-minded lawyers' association, JAF, penciled in the programme at a meeting held at No 1 Hall of the Supreme Court with its President Barrister Rafiqul Islam Miah in the chair.
The leaders strongly criticised different activities of the government and alleged the government of oppressing the opponents leaders and activities.
Though the Prime Minister first vowed to bring offenders of the killing of the Baraigram upazila chairman into book as per video footages, but later she unilaterally blamed the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) for the incident, the leaders said.
The government is busy in filing cases against the opponents' leaders and activists for harassing them in different issues including the Sirajganj train accident, they alleged.
It has withdrew huge number of cases filed against the pro-government parties' leaders and activists in political consideration, but not a single against the opposition men, they said.
Barrister AM Mahbub Uddin Khokon, Adv Zainul Abedin, Barrister Badruddoza Badol and Adv Muhammad Ali, among others were present at the meeting.