Islamist group 'Allahr Dol' banned in Bangladesh

The government has banned  Islamist militant group ‘Allahr Dal’  as its activities are believed to be a threat to public security in the country.

Public Security Division of the Home Ministry has already issued an order in this regard on Monday banning the organisation, reports UNB.

It appears to the government that the activities announced by the militant party/organisation named ‘Allahr Dal’ are against the country’s peace and stability, the order states.

“As the activities of the group/organisation are already considered a threat to public security, its activities are declared prohibited,” the Home Ministry order reads.

The order comes into effect immediately, it further said.  The order is signed by Deputy Secretary Mollika Khatun of Political section-2 of the Public Security Division.

The organisation ‘Allahr Dal’ was established in 1995 with the stated objective of  establishing Khelafat (Islamic state) through armed struggle overthrowing the prevailing democratic dispensation in the country.

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