Awami League (AL) General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Tuesday alleged that BNP has chosen the path of conspiracy to take revenge after its failure to wage movement and win the election.
The government would give a befitting reply to BNP if it tries to create any anarchic situation in the name of movement, he said.Quader, also the road transport and bridges minister, said this while handing out Covid-19 protective gears at a ceremony organised by AL Relief and Social Welfare Sub-committee on Bangabandhu Avenue in the capital.
The AL leader urged BNP to stand by the distressed people instead of paying lip service from home.
“BNP leaders only make comments. They don’t do anything for people,” he said.
Talking about BNP’s deadline for waging movement, he said one decade has already elapsed, but people did not see any movement.
“People want to know when their movement would be waged. Those who boycott polls cannot believe in democracy,” he said.
Quader said BNP’s criticism of every issue against the government is like saying something totally irrelevant to the present occasion and people no longer believe such things.Terming BNP blind, the minister said BNP cannot notice any development and achievements of the government.
AL Relief and Social Welfare Secretary Sujit Roy Nandi, Health and Population affairs Secretary Rokeya Sultana and Education and Human Resource Secretary Shamsun Nahar Chapa, among others, were present.