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When the BNP comes to power, blood will flow, the body of the dead will be' obaidul kader


When the BNP comes to power, blood will flow, the body of the dead will be' obaidul kader





Road traffic and construction minister Obaidul Quader said, "If the BNP comes to power once again, then what will be the situation will be a situation worse than 2001, when they come to power." In one day, the river of blood will flow in Bangladesh, the body of the dead will become. Once again Bangladesh will return to Pakistan.



Today, on 14th July, at a meeting of freedom fighters at Kazi Bashir auditorium of Gulistan in Dhaka, Obaidul Quader said, "The present BNP is far more dangerous than 2001. This BNP will leave you - without my house. Remember, the village Awami League activists have lived and lived peacefully in Langurkhana this year at Bangabandhu Avenue.
Awami League general secretary said this while reacting to the recent BNP General Secretary Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir who left the power for one day and threw the challenge of facing the BNP against the Awami League.
In response to the statement made by party leaders that they did not believe in 'BNP does not believe in vengeance', who pulled up the context of the post-2001 election. He said, "The minorities of this country lived miserable life at that time. They have been tortured in the house, raped women, killed pond fish with poison, burned the house in the fire. This is the BNP. Have you forgotten that history? '
Calling upon BNP not to return to power, Quader said, "Elections can not be held in 2001, so that the fire does not have to face the challenge of terrorism. That's why all the conspiracies will be avoided. '
Information Minister AKM Mozammel Haque, Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu, former minister Tajul Islam, general secretary of JSD Shirin Akhter and shipping minister Shajahan Khan spoke on the occasion. Shajahan Khan in his speech demanded the trial of the sabotage workers in the Kota reform movement. During this time, he presented a six-point demand for the freedom fighters.
His raised demands include: To ensure that the children of Jamaat-Shibir, war criminals and anti-liberation children are not allowed to go to government jobs, the movable and immovable property of the war criminals, and the confiscation of the organization run by the Jamaat-Shibir and the government workers who are carrying anti-liberation activities. .

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