Quader asks AL men to remain united behind Hasina

Quader asks AL men to remain united behind Hasina

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Dhaka – Ruling Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader Monday urged the party leaders and workers to remain united to strengthen the hands of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in a bid to save her party AL and the country’s democracy.“Save AL by strengthening the hands of Sheikh Hasina in a bid to save the country’s democracy,” said AL general secretary. He was addressing a discussion held at the Sheikh Hasina Mancha at Mujibnagar. Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammed Nasim chaired the discussion.
However the party central leaders including Mahbubul Alam Hanif, Abdur Rahman MP, Abu Sayeed Al Mahmud Swapan, SM Kamal, Iqbal Hossain Apu among others were present at the discussion was organized to recall the history as on this day in 1971 the nation witnessed the oath-taking of the country’s first government.
Quader, also the road transport and bridges minister, called upon the party leaders and workers to remain alert so that any unproductive and incompetent people cannot be inducted in AL.
He harshly criticized BNP for not observing the historic Mujibnagar Day and said those who don’t observe the day as a historic one; they don’t belive in the spirit of the country’s Liberation War.
At the same time the AL general secretary criticized BNP chief Khaleda Zia for naming the prime minister as only ‘Hasina.’ “Khaleda Zia deliberately calls our Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina as only Hasina, to insult our leadership, which is very unfortunate,” he added.
About prime minister Sheikh Hasina’s recent Indian visit, Quader said actually Khaleda Zia is feeling zealous for giving extra honour to our Prime minister by the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi, nothing else.
About BNP’s movement, AL leader said BNP has become failed to forge any movement against the current government because the people of the country don’t support their violent movement.
Speaking at the programme, AL presidium member Mohammad Nasim called upon the BNP to take part in the upcoming general elections slated for 2019, instead of resorting to violent programmes. – Staff Reporter

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