Staff Reporter: Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader has said that BNP leaders should resign for failing in the movement.
He said this while addressing the 19th founding anniversary of Matsyajibi League at the central office of the Awami League on Sunday.
He said, “BNP leaders failed in the movement, failed in the election. They should resign top to bottom today. Sheikh Hasina has success. They (BNP leaders) failed. They will resign for failing.
“A successful Prime Minister, he is in power at the behest of the people of Bengal. It is still 90 per cent out of 100 per cent in popularity. Are at the peak of popularity. Has been praised all over the world, is being praised. “
Commenting on the BNP’s ‘fire of terror’, Quader said, “People of this country have not forgotten. How many people have been burnt in the fire? Fire to the bus. Bus driver, CNG driver, who set fire to the parked bus? BNP. They talk big today.
“They are asking Sheikh Hasina to resign. Is this the demand of the people?” Why will Sheikh Hasina resign at the demand of BNP? Will you resign from the construction of the Padma bridge? Will you resign to build an elevated expressway? ”
“Will you resign to build Metro Rail? Will you resign to make Bangladesh a member of the nuclear world? Will you resign for a peaceful resolution of the border issue with India? Will anyone who peacefully exchanges enclave problems resign? Another Bangladesh like Bangladesh, Sunil Samudra who has won, will he resign? He has delivered 100% electricity to every village in Bengal. Will he resign? Do people want his resignation? According to the BNP, Sheikh Hasina will not resign. ”
Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader has said that elections are the only way for the BNP to change its government.
Although the BNP has announced that it will not go to the polls under the ruling party, the general secretary of the Awami League said, “The people of the country are fine, the BNP is upset.” If people are good, BNP is upset; Sheikh Hasina’s development irritates BNP. The Padma Bridge will be inaugurated next month. When someone says this, his face turns black. ”
Addressing the BNP secretary-general, he said, “There is no point in shouting and shouting Mirza Fakhrul Saheb. There is no alternative to leaving power without elections. Therefore, if the government wants to change, it will have to come to the polls. Come straight, don’t go crooked. They have also lost their popularity by terrorizing. ”