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Quader: Say farewell to BNP forever by showing red card on January 7

  •  ‘BNP has fled away from the field of politics’
  • Their place will not be on the soil of Bengal, says Quader
  • ‘There will be a final game against arson terrorists’
Update : 01 Jan 2024, 07:43 PM

Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader said BNP should be said farewell forever by showing a red card in the January 7 election.

"BNP is a party of anti-liberation forces, looters, corrupt and conspirators. They should be forced out by showing a red card. Their place will not be on the soil of Bengal. The room of those, who want to make my beloved homeland Pakistan and Afghanistan, will not be on the soil of Bengal," he told a public rally in the capital.

Dhaka North and South City units of the Awami League jointly arranged the rally at Kalabagan ground on Monday afternoon. 

Awami League President Sheikh Hasina spoke at the rally as the chief guest.

Claiming that the BNP has fled away from the field of politics, the Awami League general secretary said: “There will be a final game against arson terrorists, looters, communal forces, and blockaders.”

"There will be a game against Tarique Zia. Tarique is a stigmatized child of Bangladesh," he added. 

Earlier, Awami League President Sheikh Hasina arrived at the election rally at Kalabagan ground in Dhanmondi at 3.30pm when Awami League leaders and activists welcomed her with slogans.

Sheikh Hasina responded to them by holding the flag of Bangladesh. Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader and General Secretary of Kalabagan Krira Chokro Afzalur Rahman welcomed the Awami League president with flowers.

Awami League presidium member Jahangir Kabir Nanak, its joint general secretary AFM Bahauddin Nasim, Awami League nominated candidate for Dhaka-10 Ferdous Ahmed, and Dhaka South City Corporation Mayor Sheikh Fazle Noor Taposh also spoke at the public rally with Dhaka North City Awami League President Sheikh Bazlur Rahman in the chair.

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