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BNP-backed lawyers bring out procession in support of 72-hour blockade programme sponsored by BNP-led opposition nexus. The photo was taken at the Judge Court area in the capital Wednesday afternoon. – New Age photoBNP-backed lawyers bring out procession in support of 72-hour blockade programme sponsored by BNP-led opposition nexus. The photo was taken at the Judge Court area in the capital Wednesday afternoon. – New Age photo



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BNP-backed lawyers bring out procession in support of 72-hour blockade programme sponsored by BNP-led opposition nexus. The photo was taken at the Judge Court area in the capital Wednesday afternoon. – New Age photo
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