|H. 25 Dhu al-Qi'dah 1439||No: 1439-03/11|
|M. Friday, 10 August 2018|
Now the Youth Community is the Subject of Hasina Regime’s Brutality:
The Unbearable Tyranny of this Fir’auni Hasina Regime can only be stopped by replacing it with the Khilafah Rashidah (Rightly Guided Caliphate)
Hasina government did not take much time to reveal its true tyrannical face after students and youths peacefully took to the streets in protest for safer roads after a speeding bus killed a boy and girl. Initially, the deceptive Hasina government tried to appease the movement by giving false promise to agree the demands of the protestors just like how it be-fooled the quota reformers a few days ago. But when the devised plan did not work out as expected, the ruling party henchmen backed by the police swooped in on the students, starting from Saturday (4/8/18) to brutally crackdown on them by using live and rubber bullets, tear gas, batons, rods and machetes, leaving over 200 of people injured in last few days. And all these atrocities are taking place while government have kept tight reins on mainstream media, which are not being allowed to report the news objectively. But, videos of violence of police and the cadres of the ruling party spread rapidly on social media. So, government shut down mobile internet services for 24 hours since Saturday night. They attempted to hide their dirty work fearing further escalation of these unprecedented and widespread protests against the tyrannical rule of this government and the corrupted democratic state system. To stop this justified movement the Awami League policy makers are being phenomenal with their science of deception. On one hand, as part of their media publicity stunts, the Chhatra League (ruling party student wing) leaders are now seen on the streets with sweets to show compassion to the students. Whereas, on the other hand, the flagrant brutality of their goons to quell the protests are being hidden through media censorship.
O Courageous Youths! The problem is not the absence of tough road safety rules, nor is it the presence of corrupt ministers like Shahjahan Khan and the other cronies of Hasina who have no regard for the pain and suffering you endure with. The core of the problem is the so-called democratic system itself that breeds the like of ministers, politicians and police force that you are dealing with your blood and tears, unfortunately. By now you might have understood the so-called democracy where corruption lies at its heart. In this system, certain elites will always be above the law, and by giving false promises they use people to get into the power and abuse them if the people stand against their corrupt interest. Hence, through the ongoing state-brutality, this despotic regime has already given their clear message – they are ready to shed your blood, but cannot let their party men’s corrupt, unregulated and dangerous transport business to be harmed at any cost.
O Courageous Youths! Your yearning for change and for rule of justice can only be realized from the Khilafah (Caliphate). Come out on the streets with the one point demand of removing this corrupt regime and system and re-establishing the Khilafah. In the Khilafah, Allah fearing leaders will not make cosmetic changes to deceive the people, but rather will immediately replace the current corrupt policies to solve our problems. So, come forward in calling the sincere officers of the military to stand beside you and the people, and overthrow the Hasina government and Awami-BNP rulers, and transfer the authority to Hizb ut Tahrir for re-stablishing the Khilafah Rashidah, the rule of truth and justice that you and the entire people of Bangladesh are yearning for.
Allah (swt) says:
﴿وَلَوْ أَنَّ أَهْلَ الْقُرَى آمَنُوا وَاتَّقَوْا لَفَتَحْنَا عَلَيْهِمْ بَرَكَاتٍ مِنْ السَّمَاءِ وَالأَرْضِ﴾
“If people of the town believed and had taqwa, Allah would have opened blessings from the heavens and from the earth” [Surah Al-Araf: 96].
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