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Quader wants India to stay with BD to face Rohingya crisis


The ruling Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Sunday expressed his optimism that the neighbouring country India would remain with Bangladesh to face the ongoing humanitarian crisis of Rohingya people.“Our neighbouring country India should remain with Bangladesh to resolve the crisis,” said Quader, also the road transport and bridges minster.
The minister came up with his optimism while monitoring an operation of a mobile court, set up by the Bangladesh Road Transport Authority at the Manik Miah Avenue in the city.
Quader pointed out that the whole world expressed concerns over the recent Rohingya crisis and the Indian government also expressed concern over it.
The AL general secretary said India was beside Bangladesh during the war of independence in 1971 and the country, he hoped, would remain with Bangladesh during the present crisis.
He said a huge number of Rohingyas are entering Bangladesh but we will not be able to afford them stay for long in our country.
AL leader also called upon the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) not to do politics over the Rohingya issue.
Criticizing their arch rival BNP for doing dirty politics over the Rohingya issue, Quader said while the world community including United Nations is praising the Sheikh Hasina government’s role in handling the crisis of Rohingya people, BNP is criticizing it which is very unfortunate.
He said the people from all over the country are anxious over the issue but BNP is happy as they get an issue for their ill political will.
At the same time he sought cooperation from all to help the government to overcome the prevailing Rohingya crisis. – Staff Reporter


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