Minister for Road Transport and Bridges Obaidul Quader has accused BNP of trying to go to the power through creating anarchy in the country.
Quader, also General Secretary of ruling Awami League, came up with the allegation while addressing the inaugural session of tri-annual conference of the district AL on Shaheed Minar premises as the chief guest on Saturday.
“BNP is continuing conspiracies and trying to get the power through creating anarchy in the country,” Quader said.
Refuting BNP’s claims of bring the ‘champion of multiparty democracy’, Quader said, “Does the multiparty democracy mean the rehabilitation of the killers of 1971 and 1975?”
Denouncing Kahelda’s visit to Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar, the minister said that she is trying to use the Rohingyas as means to rehabilitate her in politics.
“She is using the highways instead airways only to create anarchy in the country. We smell conspiracy with her visit,” he said.
Arguing that Bangladesh is going forward rapidly under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Quader urged the party leaders and activists to work together to strengthen her hands.
The function was addressed, among others, by AL Joint General Secretary Mahbubul Alam Hanif, Organizing Secretaries Ahmad Hossain and Misbah Uddin Siraj and former Sylhet City Mayor Badar Uddin Ahmad Kamran with Moulvibazar district AL President Principal Md Abdus Shahid, MP, in the chair.
Moulvibazar district AL General Secretary Nesar Ahmed conducted the function.