BMSF leaders in front of the National Press Club Photo: collected
There are allegations that rod rolls are running in reporters from the Feni murder, Sonagazi Madrasa Chhatri Nusrat Jahan Rafi.
The Bangladeshi Mofussil Journalists Forum (BMSF) complained to reporters at a human march in front of the National Press Club on Wednesday at a protest rally.
BMSF leaders said Sonargazi's mayor, Rafiqul Islam, threatened local journalists to protect themselves and beat the local BMSF president for the press release. The next day, when journalists from the local district and Feni began asking for a human chain, they kept the man in their home with the help of the mayor.
BMSF Central Committee secretary-general Ahmed Abu Jafar said journalists will stop torturing now. Anyone who is a journalist will not be forgiven. He urged the government to take steps to enact laws protecting journalists to prevent repression of journalists.
Speaking at the rally, the victim of Maheskhali's mayor, Mokhud Ullah, tortured journalist Salamat Ullah
Chaired by the BMSF District Committee in Dhaka, as chairman of the Deputy Chancellor of the Dhaka district, Ahiduzzaman Mollah inter alia defended the indictment of the International Criminal Court, Rabindra Nath Dey, Abdur Razzak, the secretary general of the Dhaka district Ujjal Bhuiyan, Deputy Secretary Anis Limon, Secretary-General Kabir Newaz, Amena Islam, Human Rights Secretary Mona Lisa Mou, Deputy Editor Kaushik Ahmad Sohag and others.
Salamat Ullah, a victim of harassment by the mayor of Maheshkhali, prayed for the support of journalists and leaders of the prime minister, including the Interior Minister.
On the other hand, 8-9 masked terrorists were beaten and wounded by bloody injuries around 11:00 PM Tuesday, SM Akash, a journalist from Fatikchari, Chittagong.
On the other hand, Rangpur DB television reporter Nazmul Islam Nishat and photojournalist Mohsin Ali were attacked and taken to the camera. Speakers complained of a terrorist group incident during a report in the Birganj of Dinajpur.
The recognition of the state of the national media week is required from the rally from May 1 to 7.