Information and Broadcasting Minister and Awami League Joint General Secretary Dr Hasan Mahmud on Wednesday said there is no question of holding dialogue with BNP over the caretaker government issue, reports BSS.
“Have we called them (BNP) to hold dialogue? There is no need to hold a dialogue over the caretaker government issue. And we didn’t call them for dialogue. If we called them they would have had the opportunity to say whether they would come to the dialogue or not,” he said.
The present government will perform its responsibility as the election-period government similar to all other parliamentary democratic governments, including India, the United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, and countries of Continental Europe like Germany and France, he added.
So, there is no question of holding dialogue over the caretaker-government issue, said the ruling party leader.
Earlier, the minister unwrapped the covers of two books named ‘Bangabandhur Rajnoitik Darshon o Swadhin Bangladesher Swapno’ written by Ekushey Award winner Professor Dr Bikiran Prashad Barua and ‘Tumi Bangabandhu, Tumi Jatir Pita’ written by Md Rafiqul Islam.