Split of BNP is inevitable as it lost people trust because of their wrong doing and destructive politics, said Awami League joint general secretary Mahbub-ul-Alam Hanif on Sunday.
“BNP carried out terrorist acts when it was in power and out of power. So, people have no confidence in the party. Therefore, its split is inevitable,” he said.
The ruling party leader said this while addressing an extended meeting of Sramik League’s Bangabandhu Avenue office in the capital.
Hanif further said, “It’s quite normal that people, having conscience, will quit the party. The chance is little for the party to resist its split.
Trashing the allegation of BNP’s acting secretary general Fakhrul Islam Alamgir that the Awami League is conspiring to split the BNP-led alliance, Hanif said it was BNP founder Ziaur Rahman who introduced the culture of breaking away political parties, not Awami League.
“Awami League does not believe in splitting any party or alliance,’ he added.
Criticising BNP chairperson Kahleda Zia, Mahbub ul Hanif further said now many parties are thinking to quit the BNP-led alliance for Khaleda Zia’s wrong decisions and destructive acts.
Hanif observed that it is not possible to carry out development activities and ensure the welfare of people through killing.