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  17 Oct 2021, 19:34
Update : 17 Oct 2021, 20:29

BNP key patron of communal forces: Quader

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  DHAKA, Oct 17, 2021 (BSS) – Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader today said BNP is the ‘number one’ patron of communal evil forces.
 
“BNP is the father of communalism and all wrongdoings in the country,” he told a scholarship giving and study material distributing ceremony marking the 58th birthday of Sheikh Russel at Dhaka University Laboratory School and College.
 
AL’s relief and social welfare sub-committee arranged the function titled “Sparkle of Dream and Potential-Sheikh Russel”.
 
Quader said wrongdoers don’t have any party, their only identity is miscreants.
 
Mentioning that BNP is invalid without Jamaat and Jamaat’s reliable umbrella is BNP, the AL general secretary said BNP and Jamaat have very strong ties which will never be severed.
 
He urged all to remain alert as the communal evil forces are mounting up ahead of the next general elections and they can carry out severe attack whenever they will get any scope.
 
Noting that the defeated forces of 1971 had carried out the 1975 carnage, after the assassination of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the poisonous tree of communal evil forces has spread its root deep into the soil. Though it seems the evil forces are inactive, they are very much active behind the scene, he mentioned.
 
“So everyone must remain alert about the communal forces,” he said.
 
AL Presidium Member Begum Matia Chowdhury chaired the function while Joint General Secretary AFM Bahauddin Nasim, Organizing Secretary Abu Sayeed Al Mahmud Swapan, Office Secretary Barrister Biplab Barua and lawmaker Engineer Md Mosharraf Hossain addressed it, among others.
 
Dhaka University Professor Dr Abdul Halim presented the keynote paper in the function which was moderated by Al Relief and Social Welfare Sub-Committee Member Secretary Sujit Roy Nandi.
Later, Quader distributed scholarships and donations from ‘poor fund’ and study material among the students.
 
 

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