Amu: BNP wants to create anarchic situation in Bangladesh
Awami League leaders and activists will resist all sorts of BNP conspiracies together, he says
Awami League Advisory Council Member and 14-party Alliance spokesperson Amir Hossain Amu on Friday said strict action will be taken if BNP tries to create an anarchic situation in the name of movement in the country.
"We don't want to see an anarchic situation in the country anymore, but if BNP tries to create any sort of such situation we would not stay at home," he said.
He told a discussion organized by the 14-party alliance against the subversive act carried out by BNP and their followers at the Institution of Diploma Engineers, Bangladesh.
Amu said Awami League leaders and activists will resist all sorts of BNP conspiracies together. "We will vanguard the state and the property of its people," he added.
He also said the main target of the BNP is not the election, rather they will create an unstable situation as the party wants to establish an undemocratic government in the country.
Veteran Awami League leader Amu said BNP wants to turn Bangladesh into Pakistan. Talking in favour of Pakistan by BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir Pakistani it has been proved, he added.
Amu said it's not clear in BNP's statement whether they want an election as sometimes they talk about national government and sometimes they talk about caretaker government.
He said BNP is now isolated from the people and that is why they are searching for options on how to escape from the upcoming general elections.
Awami League Liberation War Affairs Secretary Mrinal Kanti Das moderated the function.
Workers Party President Rashed Khan Menon, Awami League Presidium Members Mofazzal Hossain Chowdhury Maya Bir Bikram and Advocate Kamrul Islam, Samyabadi Dal General Secretary Dilip Barua, Chairman of Bangladesh Tarikat Federation Syed Najibul Bashar Maizbhandari, General Secretary of Ganatantri Party Dr Shahadat Hossain, NAP acting General Secretary Ismail Hossain, BASOD Convener Rizaur Rashid Khan and JASAD Joint General Secretary Nader Chowdhury, among others, spoke.