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BNP trying to hide failure in the name of greater unity: Quader

Staff Reporter

Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader said Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) is trying to conceal its failure by creating the ‘greater mockery’ in the name of forming ‘greater unity’.

He made the remark at a press conference held at Setu Bhaban in the capital.

Quader, also the general secretary of ruling Awami League, said without finding any issue to reach people, the BNP is now holding dialogues within its own circle to consume time.
The people have seen such dialogues in the past too, he added saying the BNP has been blindly criticizing the government and making falsehood and poisonous statement against it constantly and relentlessly.

“Now they (BNP leaders) are saying that my language is not the language of politics,” Quader said.

The AL general secretary said “we always speak in the language of politics; no offensive words come in our language; the AL leaders and workers did not get such education. On the other hand, the BNP leaders and their workers speak in indecent languages.

Mentioning that the BNP leaders do not utter the name of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina with honour, he said that the BNP men chant slogan – ‘Let’s roar the weapons of ’75 once again ‘. “Is there any indecent language than it?” Quader questioned.

He said the BNP leaders gave death threat to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, which was not tolerable at all. “What could be more dirty language than it ? You (BNP leaders) should speak with patience first and then tell us,” he said.

The country’s people think that those who practice the politics of arson attack, terrorism, corruption and looting would prefer the language of cleverness more than the aesthetic one and this is normal, the AL general secretary said.

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