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Change of government is not possible on dead line: Salman F Rahman

Change of government is not possible on dead line: Salman F Rahman
Change of government is not possible on dead line: Salman F Rahman
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Change of government is not possible on dead line: Salman F Rahman

Dhaka, November 3, 2023 (BASS): Prime Minister’s Private Industry and Investment Adviser and Member of Parliament for Dhaka-1 Constituency Salman F. Rahman told BNP that change of government is not possible on the dead line. There is no process to change the government by fire. Participate in elections. According to the constitution, the elections will be held under the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
He said this while speaking as the chief guest at the inauguration ceremony of various projects including Bandura-Nayanshree Bridge at a cost of Tk 101 crore organized at the old Bandara Bus Terminal in Nawabganj, Dhaka on Friday afternoon.
Salman F. Rahman said, nothing happened due to the arrival of foreign friends of BNP-Jamaat. The government did not fall even on the announced date. How many conspiracies and propaganda went in vain. The burning has started. If the people resist you, we have nothing to do.
Nawabganj Upazila Awami League President Mizanur Rahman Kismat presided over the program conducted by General Secretary Mohammad Arifur Rahman Sikdar. Dhaka District Awami League General Secretary Paniruzzaman Tarun, Vice President and Nawabganj Upazila Chairman Nasir Uddin Ahmed Jhilu, Bandura Union Parishad Chairman Humayun Kabir, Shikaripara Union Parishad Chairman Alimur Rahman Khan Piara, Baruakhali Union Parishad Chairman MA Bari Babul, Nayanshri Union Council Chairman Palash Chowdhury, Joykrishnapur Union Parishad Chairman Reshma Akhter and others.
Salman F Rahman inaugurated 17 projects in the upazila at a cost of Tk 472 crore 52 lakh on Friday.


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