BNP did not show any success of development and that is why drought has emerged in its politics, says the ruling party general secretary
Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader has said that BNP boycotted the union parishad elections sensing that people would not vote for their candidates.
He came up with the remark while speaking at the extended meeting of Awami League Dhaka North City unit vrtualy from his official residence in Dhaka on Monday.
Speaking as the chief guest, Quader, also the road transport and bridges minister, said by voting for the boat in the fifth phase of municipality polls, the country’s people have proved that they are in favour of the development and achievement of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
Mentioning that different development projects of the country are now visible, he said BNP did not show any success of development and that is why drought has emerged in its politics.
Calling upon the Awami League Dhaka city leaders to resist all the BNP’s intrigues, Quader said the country’s development advancement being carried out under the courageous and skilled leadership of the prime minister has been lauded around the world.
But, he said, BNP leaders are now involved in conspiracies to oust the government.
The Awami League general secretary said there is no issue in the country to wage a movement, which puts the BNP in trouble.
Without finding a proper issue to wage a movement, he said, BNP is trying to hold straws to survive like a sinking person.
Quader said Sheikh Hasina, with strong morale of people’s love and patriotism, is moving forward towards reconstructing “Sonar Bangla” dreamt by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
He said Bangladesh graduated to the developing country from the least developed country (LDC) position under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina, the elder daughter of Bangabandhu.
About the committees of ruling party’s Dhaka city units, Quader said that as per section 35 (1) of the party’s constitution, the committees of all the Awami League Dhaka south and north units must be formed within the next three months by holding conferences.