BNP has no confidence in people, wants foreign help for power: Nasim
Published : Sunday, 16 September, 2018 at 12:00 AM Count : 56
Health Minister Mohammad Nasim, also presidium member of ruling Awami League, on Saturday claimed that BNP has no confidence on the country's people. So, they want foreigner assistance to come to the power in the upcoming elections.
"A senior BNP leader has met the Secretary General of the United Nations for complaining against the government and seeking his support for going to the country's power. It's not the responsibility of the UN to decide 'who will rule a country'. Rather, UN's responsibility is to take measures to send back Rohingyas, the forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals, from Bangladesh. But, the leader has not utter single word about the Rohingyas," the Minister said while addressing a public meeting at Kurarchar Hospital ground in Kamrangirchar in Dhaka.
He said, "BNP has no confidence on the country's people. So, they are complaining to the foreigners. It wants foreigner's assistance to come to the power in the upcoming elections. But, the country's people will answer by rejecting them in the upcoming elections and giving AL their votes for continuing its ongoing development activities."
The public meeting was organized on the occasion of inaugural of Kamrangirchar 31-bed General Hospital at Kurarchar in Dhaka. Local MP and Food Minister Qamrul Islam chaired the programme while Bangladesh Medical Association President Mostafa Jalal Mahiuddin, Health Ministry's Additional Secretary Mostak Hasan, Health Engineering Department's Chief Engineer M.A. Mohit, DG Health's Director Abul Hashem Khan and local ward councilor Mohammad Hossain also spoke.
Nasim, also coordinator of the 14-party alliance, said ahead of the upcoming election, a section of the politicians are engaged with conspiracy. They are trying to stop the country's development.