DHAKA: The non-stop 36 hours shutdown enforced by Bangladesh's main Opposition ended on Wednesday evening. The shutdown, to press the Government for electoral reforms, saw clashes between police and activists, and left over 200 persons injured. Police fired tear gas, live bullets and used the baton during clashes with activists of the Awami League-led 14-party combine. Activists used brickbats to fight back. The Opposition parties said the man, who is supposed to head the non-partisan caretaker government, is a ruling Bangladesh Nationalist Party supporter and the Election Commission is also run by the BNP men. As such, no election under them would be free and fair.