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Nasim urges BNP not to boycott polls

18th March, 2019 10:38:48 printer

Awami League presidium member and central 14-party alliance spokesperson Mohammed Nasim on Monday said BNP would cease to exist if the party could not come out from their politics of election boycott, reports BSS

‘BNP itself is responsible for the current miserable condition. If BNP continues boycotting polls over and over, one day it will be completely boycotted by the people,” he told a discussion marking the birthday of Bangabandhu at Diploma Engineers’ Institution.

Nasim, former minister for health and family welfare, said “We do not want opposition party less Bangladesh. You should come to parliament to criticize our flaws and mistakes”.

He urged the MPs-elect of BNP and Oikyafront to take oath to join parliament and said “Time is running out, so come to parliament. Why you do not take part in upazila parishad election. If you continue to boycott polls, you will have no existence like Muslim League”.

AL advisory council member Mozaffar Hossain Paltu, Dhaka City South AL general secretary Shahe Alam Murad, Samyabadi Dal general secretary Dilip Barua, AL leader Balaram Podder, Gana Azadi league leader Ataullah Khan and secretary general Humayun Kabir Miti, among others, spoke on the occasion.

Bangabandhu Academy acting president Sabbir Ahmed Rony chaired it.


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