Unidentified miscreants tore down the banner festoon with pictures of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Sajib Wazed Joy and Alhaj Advocate Fakhrul Islam Mukul, a member of the religious sub-committee of Bangladesh Central Awami League, who is seeking the nomination of Noaka, at the neck of Patuakhali in the dead of night. There has been a negative reaction in the public mind. The leaders and activists of the local A’League have also expressed their anger about such incidents in Nekka. According to the information sent by the local representative, advocate Fakrul Islam Mukul, a member of the religious affairs sub-committee of the central Awami League, is running with the message of development in front of the people recently ahead of the 12th National Parliament election. It is not yet known who tore down the banners and festoon billboards in different places of Galachipa-Dashmina upazila showing the various developments of the Bangladesh Awami League government. Eyewitnesses and locals said, Advocate Courtesy of Fakhrul Islam Mukul On the side of the highway near Badura Bazar of Galachipa Upazila, billboards and banners with photos of Bangabandhu and the Prime Minister were hung along with pictures of various developments. One day after hanging the banner, it is seen that most of the banner billboards have been torn down. Galachipa also tore down a banner adjacent to the ferry wharf. Local people said that this may have been done by someone out of revenge in the dark of night. While the government is in power, the Kuchkri Mahal is showing extreme audacity by tearing down banners with pictures of the Prime Minister. Those who have done this never want the good of the government. They should be found and brought to justice. The party leaders and workers of Galachipa-Dashmina upazila said with anger that all the miscreants who showed audacity by tearing the pictures of Bangabandhu and the Prime Minister in the middle of the night should be identified and brought under the law. If not, you think that such incidents will happen more. In this regard, Golchipa Upazila Awami League President Professor Santosh De expressed deep anger and condemnation of the incident and said that anyone can make banners and posters highlighting the development of the government. But those who have committed this filth are the most abominable abominations. It is necessary to identify these poor people and bring them under the law and punish them. In this regard, Alhaj Advocate Fakhrul Islam Mukul, a member of the former religious affairs sub-committee of the Bangladesh Central Awami League and a candidate for Patuakhali 113 (3) constituency, told the media over the phone that those who have caused the incident have shown a very shameful and inferiority complex. However, to those who want to hinder the development of people’s leader Sheikh Hasina by tearing banners, festoons, billboards, I will tell them that they cannot stop the current government’s state development work by tearing banners and festoons. Because the A-League government does not believe in the rule of revenge. Therefore, I will tell the public to vote for the boat brand in the upcoming parliamentary elections for the development of the state without being embarrassed by any revenge. Officer-in-charge (OC) of Galachipa police station, Shonit Kumar Gayen said, after investigating the matter, the matter will be looked into whether anyone is involved and if any complaint is received, necessary action will be taken.