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Moudud: Movement and dialogue to run simultaneously

Update : 01 Nov 2013, 11:50 AM

BNP lawmaker Barrister Moudud Ahmed on Friday said holding discussions towards resolving the crisis was not a possibility but the movement would go on simultaneously.

“Our action programmes will not be stopped or softened until our demand of an election held under a non-partisan government is met,” said Moudud while addressing a discussion at the National Press Club.

He said: “Our action programmes will not be stopped or softened until our demand of an election held under a non-partisan government is met.”

Claiming that the people of the country swiftly took to the street supporting the caretaker demand, Moudud said people were ready to sacrifice all in ousting the government from the office.

The former law minister alleged that the government has fabricated the crisis intentionally, as a move for staying in office forever.

“Election under a non-partisan government is going on in Italy, Greece and Pakistan. So the government’s statement that no other country follows this system is not true.”

The BNP leader reiterated that they would not take part in any election under a partisan government.

BNP-led main opposition 18-party alliance had carried out a 60-hour hartal from October 27 demanding the government’s initiative towards the dialogue for a caretaker system.

Moudud, also a standing committee member of BNP, said his party would give tougher programmes in future. 

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