RANGPUR: Jatiya Party Chairman GM Quader has said there is no division in the party which is currently a very powerful, organized and united political party, reports BSS.
“All political parties, foreign powers and everyone are watching the Jatiya Party both at home and abroad. Whatever we are doing is in the interest of the country and people,” he said while talking to journalists at Rangpur Circuit House on Monday afternoon.
“We are much more organized now than before. Jatiya Party is working to bring about qualitative change in politics. In the next national election, Jatiya Party will put candidates in all 300 seats,” he said.
Criticizing Awami League, GM Quader, also Deputy Leader of Opposition in Jatiya Sangsad said, “The support given to the Awami League government has not been reflected in reality.”
Stating that the economic condition of the country is more fragile, Quader said, “The remittance earning from expatriates is decreasing while import expenditure is increasing day by day.”
Regarding the party’s nomination for mayoral post in the upcoming election of Rangpur City Corporation, he said, “I have nominated current Mayor Mostafizar Rahman Mostafa.”
Quader said, “The political situation is unstable now with the national elections ahead. But we do not understand whether all parties will participate in the elections and whether the elections will be free and fair.”
Mayor of Rangpur Mostafizar Rahman Mostafa, Jatiya Party Central Vice-chairman Ahsan Adelur Rahman Adel, MP, General Secretary of Rangpur city Jatiya Party SM Yasir, District Jatiya Party Convener Abul Masud Chowdhury Nantu, its Member-secretary Haji Abdur Razzaque and local leaders were present.