JP to be made an exemplary political party: GM Quader | 2019-06-25

JP to be made an exemplary political party: GM Quader

Staff Correspondent

25 June, 2019 12:00 AM printer

JP to be made an exemplary political party: GM Quader

Jatiya Party acting chairman GM Quader speaks at the first day of the four-day divisional organisational meeting of the party at AGB Colony Community Centre in the capital’s Motijheel on Monday. Leaders of Dhaka and Mymensingh divisions attended the meeting on the day. - SUN PHOTO

Jatiya Party (JP) acting chairman GM Quader on Monday said the JP would be made an exemplary political party.

“Only implementation of programmes is not enough. Participation of grassroots level leaders and activists in electing leadership and making programmes would be ensured to make the party an exemplary one,” he said.     

GM Quader made the statement at an extended meeting with Dhaka and Mymensingh divisional leaders at Motijheel AGB Colony Community Center in the capital.

Mentioning that the JP is away from power for 29 years, he said now the party has become able to create its strong position through facing many conspiracies and adverse situation.  

Asking the party men to work unitedly to establish the party as a potential political party, the JP top leader said it will be run on the basis of the opinion of the party members.    

Speaking at the programme, Jatiya Party secretary general Moshiur Rahman Ranga said they want to participate in the next parliament election without alliance.

“After ending of the parliament election, the alliance is ended. There is no alliance now,” he said.         

“We have to evaluate why we won in only 22 seats in the 11th parliament election. We have to identify our faults and failures and have to take necessary steps. The JP will have to be stronger in a bid to form the government in the next,” he added. The JP secretary general said organisational action will be taken against the party leaders those who are now inactive without specific reason.

“The party will be reorganised through removing the failures,” he added.