Urging the party leaders and activists to work together for the upcoming polls, Quader warned that those planning to betray the Awami League will be expelled from the party immediately
Bangladesh Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader has stated that the boat symbol, which represents the ruling party in the polls, will again be victorious in the 11th general election.
Urging the party leaders and activists to work together for the upcoming polls, Quader warned that those planning to betray the Awami League will be expelled from the party immediately.
Quader, who also serves as the road transport and bridges minister, made the statements at a roadside rally near Gharinda rail station of Tangail sadar upazila around 11am on Saturday.
The rally was organized as part of Awami League’s electioneering tour in Northern Bangladesh, using the Nilsagar Express Train, which left for Nilphamari after the program ended around 11:30am.
Addressing the rally as the chief guest, Quader said: “BNP-Jamaat is planning engage in arson and violence in the same way like it did in 2014. They are planning to sabotage the next parliamentary polls.
“The Awami League, with the support of the people, will resist BNP’s conspiracies and ensure a fair election.”
Addressing the ruling party leaders and activists present at the rally, Quader said: “People do not want the BNP’s misrule anymore. They are satisfied with the continued development projects carried out by the current government.
“The voters will cast ballots in favour of the Awami League again, and the party will be victorious.”
Tangail district Awami League President and Zila Parishad Chairman Fazlur Rahman presided over the program.
Ruling party Joint General Secretary Jahangir Kabir Nanak and Publicity and Publication secretary Advocate Hasan Mahmud Chowdhury were among many others who were present at the event.
Leaders and activists of the local chapter of Awami League and its associate organizations also attended the rally.