DHAKA (AFP) - More than 100 opposition political activists have been jailed in Bangladesh, police said Monday, as a 36-hour strike over electoral changes shut down much of the country for a second day. Police said at least 127 opposition supporters have been imprisoned for up to one year since Saturday night, with more than 120 other activists detained amid sporadic violence nationwide. "Special teams of magistrates working with police have sentenced them to jail terms of between seven days and one year. Three people got one year for damaging vehicles," police spokesman Masud Ahmed told AFP.