New committee proves BNP won't cut off ties with Jamaat: Hanif

New committee proves BNP won’t cut off ties with Jamaat: Hanif


Awami League Joint general secretary Mahbubul Alam Hanif on Monday said that through its newly formed committee Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) has again proved that they would never cut off ties with its key ally Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami.
“BNP inducted son of a convicted war criminal and some persons involved in the August 21 grenade attack of 2004 in its National Executive Committee that proves that BNP and Jamaat are one and indifferent in ideologies,” he said.The AL leader said this while addressing a discussion in the city. Awami Swechchasebak League (ASL) organised the discussion on the premises of Bangabandhu Memorial Museum at Dhanmondi marking the 86th birth anniversary of Bangamata Begum Fazilatunnessa Mujib.
Hanif, also a lawmaker of the AL, criticized the Freedom Fighter Abdul Kader Siddiqui for showing his soft corner to the BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia.
He also asked Kader Siddiqui to choose his policies and guidelines first, if he wants to do politics as what the AL leader said, Kader Siddiqui should not join hands with those who disgraced the souls of three million martyrs by giving war criminals and killers of Bangabandhu, right to do politics in the country after the Liberation War.
About forging a greater unity, the AL leader reiterated that there will not be any unity with those who wants to safeguard the terrorists and militant outfits. He said BNP and Jamaat are the creators of terrorists and militants in the country.
Meanwhile, AL presidium member and health minister Mohammad Nasim criticized the BNP for inducting some persons who are accused in the 21 August Grenade Attack case.
“This is not the proper attitude of a democratic party as BNP formed its central committee comprising the accused in the 21 August Grenade Attack case. This would encourage the terrorists in the democratic politics,” he said this while speaking as the chief guest at a discussion in Sirajganj yesterday.
The minister urged all to remain alert about the post-flood situation and relief distribution and said the present government always stood beside the flood-hit people every year.


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