If AL takes to streets, BNP won’t find escape route: Quader
Published : Saturday, 13 August, 2022 at 12:00 AM Count : 501
Ruling Awami League (AL) General Secretary Obaidul Quader commented that if Awami League activists take to the field, the BNP will not find ways even an alley to escape. He made the comment during a briefing at his residence on Friday morning.
Obaidul Quader also commented that BNP wants to turn the country into a failed state through apolitical activities.
Regarding the BNP leaders ordering their workers to occupy the streets, the general secretary of Awami League said that the streets are not the ancestral property of anyone, the street is the wealth of the people, so like in the past, if chaos is created again in the name of occupying the streets, then the people will give a befitting reply.
Stating that the Awami League will soon be seen on the streets, Quader said that BNP's shouting is just a tactic of hiding their failures.
He said that BNP wants to return to power to create opportunity for looting public wealth again and to block the immense potential of the country by creating Hawa Bhaban. The people will never give them that opportunity again, he said.
The Awami League leader said that as the most failed opposition party in the history of this country, BNP itself wants to turn the country into a failed state.
As a political party BNP has no trust in the people, claimed the general secretary of Awami League. He said BNP's political backbone is very fragile.
He said BNP wants to come to power but is afraid to go to elections.
BNP secretary general after being elected an MP did not go to the Parliament. Instead he sent others from the party to the House, Quader said.
The AL General Secretary advised the BNP leaders to forget about caretaker government, which he said is a settled issue and there is no chance of restoring the system.
Quader mentioned that preparations for the upcoming national elections will be a wise move for BNP. He said that there is no use in daydreaming about resignation of the government and dissolution of Parliament.