The Awami League general secretary also said his party welcomed Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina with profound love and enthusiasm on her return to Bangladesh after overcoming various hurdles in 1981
Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Monday asked the leaders and workers of Bangladesh Chhatra League not to get involved in any misdeeds to keep goodwill for the organization intact amidst the Awami League government’s march towards progress.
“Organizational steps will be taken against those who will violate discipline. You should not get involved with any wrongdoing,” he said at a discussion arranged by the Dhaka University unit of Chhatra League at Awami League’s Bangabandhu Avenue central office to mark National Mourning Day,.
Quader, also minister for road transport and bridges, joined the discussion through videoconferencing from his official residence on the parliament premises.
He said the government’s drives against corruption and irregularities carries a uniform message for all, as no one will be spared if he or she is found to be involved in any wrongdoing.
Turning to the assassination of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and most of his family on August 15, 1975, he said Bangabandhu’s daughters Sheikh Hasina and Sheikh Rehana escaped death as they were staying abroad.
The Awami League general secretary also said his party welcomed Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina with profound love and enthusiasm on her return to Bangladesh after overcoming various hurdles in 1981.
After returning, Sheikh Hasina started working to organize the party and forged national unity by turning her grief of losing dear and near ones into strength, he added.