However, the AL general secretary extended thanks to BNP for presenting a 24-point proposal for the upcoming budget
Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Saturday said the people witnessed during the coronavirus crisis that BNP’s political liberalism, commitment and responsibility towards the people have reached the lowest level.
“BNP has been successful in keeping safe distance without standing beside people during coronavirus and cyclone-induced crisis,” he told a discussion at Bangabandhu Avenue marking Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina’s Homecoming Day.
From his official residence, Quader virtually joined the discussion arranged by Tanti League.
Tanti League President Engineer Md Shawkat Ali chaired the discussion while AL Publicity and Publications Secretary Dr Abdus Sobhan Golap and Tanti League General Secretary Khagendra Chandra Debnath addressed it, among others.
However, the AL general secretary extended thanks to BNP for presenting a 24-point proposal for the upcoming budget amid their practice of negative politics.
“But we didn’t find a single line on the government’s success or achievement in the BNP leaders’ opinions,” he said.
Quader said BNP could not come out from their cycle of narrowness.