13 Oct 2021, 18:47
Update : 13 Oct 2021, 20:33

AL has no record to flee from country despite facing tyranny: Dr Razzaque

  DHANBARI (TANGAIL), Oct 13, 2021 (BSS) - Agriculture Minister Dr Mohammad 
Abdur Razzaque today said the ruling Awami League will never flee and it has 
no history of escape from the country despite facing lot of tyranny and 

  "As a political party, people of this country is the main strength of the 
Awami League...Awami League has brought independence, so the leaders, workers 
and the party chief will never flee leaving country and its people ," he 

  The minister made this statement drawing attention of BNP Secretary General 
Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir while addressing a function at upazila parishad 
auditorium here.  

  Dr Razzaque said the AL has been working, struggle and launching movement 
for the welfare and improving livelihood of the people. "AL has no record to 
flee from the country amid facing repression and persecution," he told the 

  "BNP is always a fleeing party. They never come forward for the welfare of 
the country as well as the people during bad times, rather remains in 
hiding," said the minister to Mirza Fakhrul.  

  The party was born in cantonment and you [Fakhrul and BNP] has no relations 
with the people, the minister explained.  

   Referring to fugitive BNP's senior vice president, the agriculture 
minister said BNP will flee as its vice president is now operating the party 
keeping him exile in abroad.  

  BNP never worked for the welfare of the people, he said, adding that the 
party had worked for the rich and opportunists. So, the party was always 
isolate, still isolate and remains isolate in future, the minister noted. The 
party will never been accepted to the people of the country, said the ruling 
party leader.  

  Citing Bangabandhu's dedication for the people and the country, Dr Razzaque 
said "Bangabandhu never fled amid extreme repression and persecutions carried 
out by the then Pakistani government.   

  Terming Bangabandhu as fearless, the ruling party presidium member said 
Bangabandhu faced authoritarian Aiub and Yahya Khan and went to jail 
repeatedly. Even in March 26 in 1971, Bangabandhu never afraid of Pakistani 
president Yahya Khan and not fled from the country, the minister said. 

   Dhanbari Upazila Chairman Harun Ar Rashid Hira, Upazila Nirbahi Officer 
Samiul Huq,Upazila Parishad vice chairmen, Upazila Awami League general 
secretary Mir Faruque Ahmad, among others, attended the function.

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