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AL: BNP manifesto is plagiarised

Update : 11 May 2017, 01:24 AM
Ruling Awami League leaders are saying that BNP’s Vision 2030 manifesto for the upcoming parliamentary election is mostly comprised of ideas taken from Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s Vision 2021, Vision 2041 and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 2030. After the end of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia’s press conference on Wednesday, ruling party’s leaders held a press conference at Dhanmondi political office of Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and other programmes inside and outside of Dhaka and when they talking to media about the matter. The Awami league leaders further said there is nothing new in Khaleda’s vision and it was bogus and a fraud with the nation.
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“The BNP chief has stolen Awami League’s idea. To steal anyone’s idea is a moral offense and also political dishonesty. One must ask how much bankrupt BNP has become to steal other party’s ideas. They can imitate, they have no capacity to innovate,” said Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader at the press conference. He said Khaleda’s Vision 2030 was a cruel joke with the public. “In fact BNP’s vision is to create a Hawa Bhaban and loot the nation’s resources, do corruption and take money from orphans,” he added. Once again the BNP chief has avoided the issue of war crimes, he said. “She has always been with the anti-Liberation forces and will continue to be with them. Their vision is a vision of protecting war criminals, a vision of establishing terrorism, a vision to sell the nation,” he said. Terming Khaleda’s vision as a hoax, Food Minister Qamrul Islam said the nation had denounced Khaleda and her family long ago.
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