| 06 Nov 2019, 00:00 | Update : 06 Nov 2019, 22:10
The government has banned militant organization ‘Allahr Dal’. The ban was imposed over the party after issuing notification from the home ministry.
The order was issued through a notification signed by Deputy Secretary (Political branch-2) of public security division Mallika Khatun. The notification was also published as the gazette.
The notification said, the government thinks that the activities of militant organization named ‘Allahr Dal’ are against the state. By this time that organization’s activities are considered threat to public security and for this reason its activities have been banned.
The notification also mentioned that the order will be activated soon.
Earlier, the government banned activities of ‘Ansar Al Islam’ as a militant organization on March 1, 2017. Previously the home ministry over allegation of involvement in militant activities banned Shahadat-e-al-Hikma on February 9, 2003, Harkatul Jihad Bangladesh in September 2005, Jagrata Muslim Janata Bangladesh (JMJB) and Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) on October 17, 2005, Hijbut Tahrir on October 22, 2009 and Ansarullah Bangla Team on May 25, 2015.