BNP humiliates nation by complaining to foreigners: Quader

24 January, 2021 12:00 AM printer

Awami League (AL) General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Saturday said BNP has tarnished the image of the country by verbally complaining to foreign embassies, reports BSS.

“BNP itself believes in conspiracy theories and gets smell of these things in all cases as BNP is the follower of it (conspiracy theory),” he said at a regular briefing at his official residence in the capital.

The minister said that the unnatural death of the BNP had happened on that day when they gave a statement to foreign powers, seeking moral support to chance the government instead of going to the people of the country.

He said those who wanted to see Prime Minister (PM) Sheikh Hasina defeated amid the global crisis due to COVID-19 pandemic are defeated now.

Quader said that history will remember the daughter of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman as a victorious hero because this brave leader has faced all the challenges during the coronavirus crisis and tackled those problems perfectly.

Mentioning politics as a multi-dimensional highway, he said, “We may have different opinions in the democratic ideology, but all these differences need to be resolved through dialogue in the organizational context.”

The AL General Secretary also said that the relentless efforts to build a prosperous future under the leadership of Bangabandhu’s daughter Sheikh Hasina should be taken forward in days to come.

He said no one is above party discipline and the premier Sheikh Hasina’s decision regarding disobeying discipline is final.

“No one should become a burden for the team (AL). No one is above party discipline,” he continued.

Highlighting that the party has its own boundaries for leaders and activists at various levels, he said the party discipline must be obeyed under the respective boundaries.

He urged all party men to refrain from exceeding their limits in words, deeds and speech.

There still remains the smell of conspiracy in the air of Bangladesh as the evil forces are hatching conspiracies such as spreading propaganda and rumors to overthrow the government, he said.

He urged everyone to be united so that they can fight against these evil forces to foil their plots.

Mentioning that the government’s journey towards prosperity should be taken forward, he said, “The next challenge has to be overcome with good behavior, sense of discipline and strength of unity.”

He urged all to abide by the discipline and rules and regulations of the party.

 


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