AL to accord reception to Quader on his return today
BCL infighting a trifle matter: Hanif
Published : Wednesday, 15 May, 2019 at 12:00 AM Count : 349
The Awami League will accord reception to its General Secretary Obaidul Quader on his return to country today.
The ruling party Acting General Secretary Mahbub-ul Alam Hanif revealed it at a press conference after a joint meeting of AL secretaries and the two top leaders of its associated bodies and AL Dhaka south and north city units at AL President Sheikh Hasina's Dhanmondi political office in the city.
In a Biman Bangladesh Airlines flight (BG 085), Quader will come back home at 6pm today, Hanif said, noting that the AL General Secretary would be able to perform his political works like before as he is physically okay now.
About the outcome of today's AL secretary-level meeting, he said the meeting chalked out elaborate programmes to celebrate the homecoming day of AL President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on May 17.
AL and its associated bodies and like-minded organizations will hold discussions on the life and works of Sheikh Hasina from May 17 to 31 on this occasion, he added.
AL Joint-General Secretary Advocate Jahangir Kabir Nanak, organizing secretaries Ahmed Hossain, BM Mojammel Haque and AFM Bahauddin Nasim, Information and Research Secretary Advocate Afzal Hussain, Science and Technology Secretary Engineer Abdus Sabur, Relief and Social Welfare Secretary Sujit Roy Nandi, Forest and Environment Secretary Delwar Hossain, AL's Dhaka South City Committee President Abul Hasnat, Dhaka North City Unit General Secretary Sadek Khan, among others, were present.
Hanif said the infighting of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) is nothing but a 'trifling matter'.
"What happened at Dhaka University's Madhur Canteen following the announcement of the Chhatra League's central committee is a trivial matter," he said.
"BCL is a big organisation having thousands of leaders and activists� It's not possible to accommodate all in its central committee. So, some leaders may get disappointed creating a little bit of trouble," he said.