Dhaka, Bangladesh (BBN) – A section of infuriated investors took to the street again and demonstrated in front of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) on Monday following sharp decline of share prices.

The aggrieved investors gathered in front of the bourse in Motijheel and started demonstration when the DSE General Index (DGEN) fell more than 100 points at about 12am.

Small investors, under the banner of the Bangladesh Share Market Investors Unity Council (BSMIUC), demonstrated in front of the DSE, blockading one side of the busy road from Shapla Square to Ittefaq Intersection.

Traffic movement on one side of the road was suspended till filling in the report at 2.50 pm (local time)

They shouted slogans against the finance minister, the Bangladesh Bank governor, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) chairman and the DSE president and NBR Chairman.

The investors also demanded their immediate resignation for their ‘failure’ in implementation of the bail-out package and stabilizing the market.

BBN/SSR/AD-16Jan12-2:56 pm (BST)