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WorldAsiaBNP-Jamaat Activists Storm US Capitol And White House, Targeting Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

BNP-Jamaat Activists Storm US Capitol And White House, Targeting Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

- Unprecedented door-to-door campaign:
- BNP and Jamaat leaders relentlessly lobby in US Capitol and White House against Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
- Strategic propaganda distribution:
- Knocking on every door, they aim to undermine Hasina's leadership and tarnish her reputation.
- Shaping US policy:
- Intense lobbying seeks to influence the Biden administration's stance on Bangladesh, posing a threat to the current ruling party.

In a shocking revelation, recent reports have uncovered a disturbing alliance between the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and Jamaat-e-Islami, utilizing the influence of Hunter Biden as a lobbyist to undermine the current ruling party, the Awami League, and its leader, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. This calculated effort aims to demoralize and destabilize the Awami League, jeopardizing the democratic process in Bangladesh.

Under the guise of lobbying, BNP and Jamaat-e-Islami have been relentlessly knocking on doors in the US Capitol, distributing propaganda dossiers that specifically target Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. By amplifying the challenges faced by BNP and Jamaat-e-Islami members and portraying them as victims, they seek to generate sympathy and garner international attention for their cause.

The impact of their efforts has not gone unnoticed. The Biden administration, citing concerns over human rights issues, has implemented a new visa policy specifically targeting Bangladesh . This move, undoubtedly influenced by the lobbying efforts of BNP and Jamaat-e-Islami, poses a significant threat to the ruling party and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina ahead of the upcoming elections.

It is evident that the collusion between BNP, Jamaat-e-Islami, and Hunter Biden aims to subvert the democratic process in Bangladesh. Their shared goal appears to be the imposition of sanctions on Bangladesh and the ruling Awami League, an outcome that would severely hamper the country’s stability and progress.

The implications of this alliance are far-reaching. By utilizing Hunter Biden’s connections and influence, BNP and Jamaat-e-Islami are attempting to exploit international sentiment and tarnish the reputation of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her party. Such actions not only undermine the sovereignty of the Bangladeshi people but also threaten the overall integrity of the upcoming elections.

The Awami League, under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, has played a pivotal role in Bangladesh’s socio-economic development , fostering significant progress and stability over the years. However, this collaboration between BNP, Jamaat-e-Islami, and Hunter Biden seeks to overshadow these achievements and distort the public perception of the ruling party.

It is imperative that the Bangladeshi people remain vigilant against such external interference. The democratic process must be upheld, ensuring that the upcoming elections are conducted freely and fairly. The attempts by BNP and Jamaat-e-Islami, alongside their lobbyist Hunter Biden, should not be allowed to undermine the will of the Bangladeshi people.

The revelation of BNP and Jamaat-e-Islami’s collusion with Hunter Biden as a lobbyist to obstruct the upcoming elections in Bangladesh raises serious concerns about the integrity of the democratic process. Their calculated efforts to demoralize the ruling party, the Awami League, and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina pose a direct threat to the stability and progress of the nation. It is crucial for the Bangladeshi people to remain steadfast in protecting their democracy, ensuring that their voices are not drowned out by external influences.

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Muzaffar Ahmad Noori Bajwa
Muzaffar Ahmad Noori Bajwa
Editor-in-chief of The Eastern Herald, Political & Foreign Relations Strategist.

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