Peace March for the people of Bangladesh for democracy, human rights and social justice. We will speak, distribute pamphlets, talk, and demand solidarity and help for the weak and oppressed in Bangladesh. March 27, 11:30 a.m. Walking toward Nathan Phillips Square (100 Queen W), Queen’s Park (111 Wellesley W). [email protected]
Since 2009, Bangladesh’s current dictatorial government has sponsored bribes and rampant corruption, money laundering and billions of dollars abroad without holding power indefinitely to deter critics and the opposition. He also accused the extra-judicial killings, enforced disappearances, illegal detentions, the judiciary and the administration against criminals and the opposition. The Bangladeshi people have seen free and fair elections in 2014 and 2018, huge allegations of vote rigging, now misusing controversial laws (Digital Security Act) to control the opposition and critics, and spyware across the country. , Use surveillance tools and CCTV cameras. The current prison is full of illegal imprisonment by the opposition and critics. Weak and vulnerable people in Bangladesh are now urging the intervention and solidarity of the international community to restore democracy and human rights in Bangladesh.
We are campaigning to save Bangladesh from any kind of violence, conflict and confrontation between the ruling party government and other civil and political organizations. We want to create awareness among the international community to support and stand with the Bangladeshi people for democracy, human rights, social justice and credible elections. Our main goal is to bring lasting peace and security to Bangladesh. We want to send a peaceful message of solidarity and harmony to the world for the protection of humanity, to avoid any kind of crisis and conflict.