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Dhaka Tribune

'Non-partisan government may resolve crisis'

Update : 12 Nov 2013, 09:38 PM

Former vice-chancellor of Dhaka University Prof Emajuddin Ahmed hopes that the ongoing political deadlock will be removed once the two major political parties reach a consensus.

There would not be any headway if Awami League and BNP remained rigid. In such a case, the next elections would not be acceptable, he said after visiting opposition chief Khaleda Zia at her Gulshan residence. Former chief election commissioner Abdur Rauf and poet Al Mahmud accompanied him.

Prof Emajuddin termed the arrest of senior BNP leaders “inhuman.”

Rauf said: “It [EC] should not be guided by others.”

Meanwhile, Language Movement hero Abdul Matin in a letter urged the BNP chief to initiate dialogue with the government.

Expressing deep concerns, he said introduction of a non-partisan government might resolve the crisis.

BNP chief's press wing officer Shamsuddin Didar said Matin wrote to Khaleda as he had been ill.  

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