'After the rally at Suhrawardy Udyan, the prime minister warned Chhatra League leaders that she does not want to hear any more complaints against them'
Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader has said that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has warned the leaders and activists of Bangladesh Chhatra League, that she does not want to hear further allegations of excess about them.
“We got some allegations against the leaders and activists of Chhatra League of doing excesses over the quota reform movement. After the rally at Suhrawardy Udyan, the prime minister warned Chhatra League leaders that she does not want to hear any more complaints against them,” he told reporters at the Secretariat on Sunday, reports UNB.
Speaking about the next general election, Obaidul, the Awami League general secretary, said it will be held as per the constitution.
“No election will be held as per BNP’s conditions. We have clearly told our leaders and activists to refrain from violating the electoral code of conduct, because we want a peaceful election,” the minister said.
On the dialogue proposal made by Gono Forum President Dr Kamal Hossain and Sramik Janata League President Abdul Kader Siddique, the minister said: “The Election Commission held dialogues and BNP took part in that. The EC will decide whether there will be further dialogue with BNP or with all political parties. But we do not feel the need of holding any dialogue with BNP.”
He added, “Whether BNP will participate in the next general election is totally up to them. It is not true that the election will not be acceptable without BNP’s participation.”
“BNP is now saying that they will resist the election. There is a conspiracy and a plot of sabotage in this. Awami League and the people will resist them,” he added.