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BNP takes path of anarchy in name of movement: Quader

Staff Reporter:

Awami League General Secretary (AL) Obaidul Quader yesterday said BNP has taken the path of anar-chy, arson and terrorism in the name of movement as it wants to foil the upcoming general elections.
“We don’t want to hold the elections without BNP. The polls will be held as per the rules and it will not wait for any one. BNP wants to foil the elections. Those who want elections can never follow such the path of conflict. The election train will leave in November,” he said.
Quader was addressing at the AL’s joint meeting at the party’s Bangabandhu Avenue central office here.
In the opening speech, he said the main aim of BNP is to foil the elections as it is unwilling to partici-pate in it.
“They (BNP leaders) would not have done such terrorist acts if they wanted elections. Brutality is the true nature of BNP. They did not spare any one including police and journalists,” he said.
Quader said BNP has declared road, waterway and railway blockade programme from Tuesday to Thurs-day but its general secretary is in jail.
“Who will lead this blockade program?” he questioned.
He said BNP has committed such some visible crimes in the name of movement, which are more terrible that the atrocities being committed against innocent people in Gaza yesterday.
“Our women workers were not spared from their torture. Many hauled their clothes and may hit and beat them,” the AL general secretary claimed.
If the next general election is held in the current context of the country, he said, the Awami League’s victory is certain under the leadership of AL President Sheikh Hasina.
AL presidium members Advocate Qamrul Islam, Dr Mustafa Jalal Mohiuddin, Jahangir Kabir Nanak and Abdur Rahman, Information and Broadcasting Minister and AL joint general secretary Dr Hasan Mahmud, joint general secretaries Mahbubul Alam Hanif and AFM Bahauddin Nasim, organising secre-taries BM Mozammel Haque, Mirza Azam, Afzal Hossain and Sujit Roy Nandi, cultural affairs secretary Asim Kumar Ukil and science and technology affairs secretary Abdus Sabur were, among others, pre-sent.

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