We are ahead in public support: Bridges Minister

We are ahead in public support: Bridges Minister

Awami League General Secretary, Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader said the BNP’s decision not to formally join the President’s dialogue was bad news for democracy. However, like a donkey drinking water by muddy water, BNPO will come to the polls by muddy water.

He was responding to a question from reporters at the beginning of a meeting with party leaders on the Narayanganj City Corporation election on Thursday (December 30).

The bridge minister said the BNP’s intention in coming to the polls is to question the election. Because they know that the BNP will not be able to win the people’s vote for the development of the present government under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina. Their purpose is to question the election, that is their agenda.

He said many political parties have proposed in the dialogue to legislate for the formation of the Election Commission. This time the law would have been. Not possible due to the epidemic. If not this time, it will be tomorrow. This time there is no time at all. At that time there was no situation to legislate at all. The formation of search committee, which is happening this time, has also happened last time. That too is not outside the law, not outside the rules, not outside the constitution.

We have won the last two elections in Narayanganj. Mentioning that we are working for victory this time as well, he said, the level of support in public opinion is heavy towards our candidate. We are working in unison. Because we are ahead in public support.

Awami League presidium members Jahangir Kabir Nanak, Abdur Rahman, Joint General Secretary AFM Bahauddin Nasim, Information Minister. Hasan Mahmud, Organizing Secretary SM Kamal Hossain, Mirza Azam, Education and Human Resources Secretary Shamsunnahar Chapa, Agriculture and Cooperatives Secretary Faridunnahar Laili, Relief and Social Welfare Secretary Sujit Roy Nandi, Science and Technology Affairs Secretary Abdus Sabur, Office Secretary Barua, Deputy Office Secretary Sayem Khan and others.

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