14 Apr 2024, 18:58

BNP is real source of communalism: Quader 

DHAKA, Apr 14, 2024 (BSS) – Awami  League General Secretary  Obaidul Quader today said BNP can’t tolerate Bangalees’ culture as the party is the real source of communalism and also patrons of the militancy. 
“BNP is inherently pro-Pakistan…Pakistan remains deep in their heart. These communal evil forces are actually in opposition to the spirit of Bangla and the spirit of Bangladesh,” he said.
Qauder, also Road Transport  and Bridges Minister, made this remark while addressing the inaugural function of a colorful rally and discussion held at the Bahadur Shah Park of old town in the city marking the Bengali New Year.
The programme was organized by Dhaka South city unit of Awami League.
Terming BNP as the ‘communal evil force’, the ruling party leader said, “It is clear who  are really against the spirit of Baishakh …they wanted to stop the procession led by then opposition leader Sheikh Hasina at the Suhrawardy Uddyan…that evil forces still remain on the soil of this country.” 
The minister, however, emphasized on preserving the historic Bahadur Shah park as the authority must have to protect this historic place. “We have to protect our culture for the survival of Bangladesh under the dynamic leadership of Sheikh Hasina,” he added. 
Terming BNP as the enemy of Bangalee culture, Bangladesh state and the spirit of the Liberation War, the road transport and bridges minister called upon the people to prevent and defeat this enemy and march toward the goal of victory.
Chaired by Dhaka South city unit Awami Leage leader Abu Ahmed Mannafi, the programme also was addressed, among others, by Awami League Joint general secretary AFM Bahauddin Nasim, MP, AL Dhaka South city unit general secretary Humayun Kabir and other party leaders. 
Later, a colorful rally paraded in front of Bahadur Shah Park and ended coming in front of Awami League central office at Bangabandhu Avenue. Leaders and activists of different ruling party front organizations also took part in the rally.

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