A 20 member delegation of Bangladesh Awami League will visit India on April 22.
The visit is upon an invitation from ruling party of India, BJP, and the delegation is expected to return on April 24.
The delegation will be led by Awami League General Secretary and Minister of Road, Transport and Bridges Obaidul Quader MP.
Quader mentioned the invitation and the visit to the press at the Dhanmondi office of Awami League president, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
Before that, he took part in the party’s religion related sub-committee meeting.
Quader said: “The prime minister spoke on Pohela Boishakh (Bangla New Year), but she did not say any negative things to BNP and neither was it a political speech.”
“The speech which I myself gave at Bahadur Shah Park was not even directed at the opposition,” Quader said.
“But it is sad that even on this beautiful day BNP is polluting the environment with dirty politics,” Quader further added.
Quader also said: “The country is stable and peace prevails everywhere, which BNP cannot tolerate.”
“BNP was dreaming to make the country unstable through quota reform movement, which was as always being diminished due to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s speech,” Quader spoke.
The minister also said “BNP has no issue to protest for, therefore they have no reason to hold any procession now.”