Nasim, also a presidium member of the ruling Awami League, asked vehicle owners to hold talks with authorities concerned to solve if they have any issue over the new law
“We have always demanded to reinstate discipline on roads. The new law is in the process of being implemented. We requested people and countrymen to help implement the new law to bring discipline on roads,” said Nasim.
He said this while talking to journalists after a meeting of the 14-party alliance at the Awami League central office in Gulistan on Tuesday.
Nasim, also a presidium member of the ruling Awami League, asked vehicle owners to hold talks with the concerned authorities to solve the matter if they have any issue over the new law.
He said: “The 14-party does not support strikes that hold people as hostages. We do not engage in politics of hostage and will not do that in future.”
Nasim alleged that BNP-Jamaat might have been behind the rise in the price of onions and rice.
He said: “The BNP-Jamaat will not be able to do anything. One dishonest quarter is trying to profit by using people’s hunger for politics. They are also trying to create an unstable situation.”
He further criticized BNP saying that BNP no longer has any issue left to discuss, and have even failed to create any new issue.
Among others, JaSod President Hasanul Haq Inu, and the Workers' Party politburo member Anisur Rahman Mallik were present at the meeting while Tariqat Federation chairman Nazibul Bashar Maizbhandari was in the chair.