Nasir’s call to highlight the misdeeds of BNP-Jamaat

Nasir’s call to highlight the misdeeds of BNP-Jamaat
Nasir’s call to highlight the misdeeds of BNP-Jamaat

City Awami League general secretary AJM Nashir Uddin has called upon the leaders and activists to inform the people about the misdeeds of BNP-Jamaat while in power.

He made this comment at the ‘peace and development rally against sabotage, anarchy and anarchy’ organized by the city Awami League as part of the central program on Monday.

Nashir said, “The election will be according to the constitution. So we have to go door to door to highlight the achievements of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s government in the past 15 years and inform people of the misdeeds they did when BNP-Jamaat was in power.

“The BNP, nurtured in the all-Pakistani ideology, tried unsuccessfully to make the country another mini-Pakistan. Still want to repeat that attempt. Their love is for the United States. This country opposed our freedom and is still opposing the liberating masses of the world.”

Former mayor Nashir said, “BNP is silent against the genocide they started in the Palestinian land in the Middle East recently. Because they don’t want to displease their mentors.”

City Awami League president Mahtab Uddin Chowdhury said in the president’s speech in the rally, “BNP-Jamaat did not stay on the streets by calling for hartal and blockade but started the fire terror by sneak attack. They are not a democratic party, they are enemies of democracy, they are a party of killers.”

Law Secretary Sheikh Iftekhar Saimul Chowdhury, Kotwali Thana Awami League President Firoz Ahmed, Advisory Council Member Shafar Ali, Organizing Secretary Shafiq Adnan, Office Secretary Syed Hasan Mahmud Shamser, Information and Research Secretary Chandan spoke in the rally moderated by Nagar Awami League Publicity Secretary Shafiqul Islam Farooq. Dhar, Forest and Environment Secretary Moshiur Rahman Chowdhury, Science and Technology Affairs Secretary Engineer Manas Rakshit and others.


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