General Secretary of Awami League and Minister of Road Transport and Bridges Obaidul Quader raised the question who will hold dialogue if the government resigns.
This question was asked by Obaidul Quader to BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir during the distribution of Iftar items and Eid gifts at Darus Salam area of Mirpur in the capital on Saturday.
Regarding the demand of the government to resign and hold a dialogue with the BNP, Obaidul Quader said, “If the government resigns, then who will hold the dialogue?” BNP is talking strangely. The dead gang of BNP failed in the movement and the tide does not come anymore. The tide has come.’
Dhaka Metropolitan North Awami League organized this event at Siddhant High School ground. In the speech of the chief guest, Obaidul Quader said, ‘BNP knows that they will lose in the election. So they want to rig the election.’ He also said, ‘The government will not interfere in the election. However, if anyone wants to disrupt the election, they will be strongly resisted.’
General Secretary of Awami League said, ‘Those who are known to everyone as terrorists who have committed fire-terror in this country, the BNP now talks about fire, then we think, who is Thakur in the house? I haven’t eaten a banana.’
Obaidul Quader said, ‘Mirza Fakhrul often talks about fire today. They created both this fire and terror. We suspect that BNP is connected with the sabotage that is happening with fire in the country now. Those who sabotage with fire have a history of fire-terror. The people of this country have not forgotten this history.’
This leader of Awami League said that BNP’s movement does not have people. People say death march. Now the movement of BNP has fallen to the ground. Its name is location program. This movement is not public. There are no people in this movement.’
Awami League organizing secretary Mirza Azam, Awami League general secretary SM Mannan and others also spoke in the program under the chairmanship of Dhaka Metropolitan North Awami League President Sheikh Bazlur Rahman.
Later, Obaidul Quader distributed food items and Eid gifts among the helpless and poor on behalf of the Prime Minister.