Quader asks Jatiya Party leader Ranga not to cross limit

Sun Online Desk

12th November, 2019 06:36:22 printer

Quader asks Jatiya Party leader Ranga not to cross limit

Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Tuesday asked Jatiya Party’s (JP) secretary general Moshiur Rahman Ranga not to cross limit through poisonous and derogatory remarks.

“People will not forgive those, who make derogatory remarks about Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Shaheed Noor Hossain. Saying sorry won't help once you (Ranga) make any adverse comment as a slip of the tongue,” he said.  

He made the remarks while addressing while addressing the council of Swechchhasebak League Dhaka north unit, at Bangladesh Krishibid Institution (KBI) at Farmgate in the capital.

Quader’s comment came after two days JP leader Ranga made controversial remarks about Shaheed (Martyr) Noor Hossain on Sunday, claiming that “Noor Hossain was addicted to drugs like Yaba pills and Phensedyl.”

Quader, also the road transport and bridges minister, said, “Someone is making derogatory remarks about Sheikh Hasina and Noor Hossain. It hurts political feelings of people and destabilise political environment. Such comments will not be tolerated any longer.”

Meanwhile, on the same day, Ranga apologised to the people of the country for his controversial remarks about Noor Hossain.

Earlier on Sunday, Ranga claimed that Shaheed (Martyr) Noor Hossain was addicted to drugs like Yaba pills and Phensedyl. 

He also termed Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina as ‘autocratic ruler’.

The controversial comment of the JP leader triggered mass criticism in the political arena of the country and social media platforms, including Facebook.


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