BNP practices anarchy, politics of killing: Quader

November 19, 2020
Awami League Standard Secretary Obaidul Quader has said BNP has been practicing the politics of killing, anarchy and terrorism since its inception.

"The BNP features been importing and practicing anarchy, killing and terrorism in the country’s politics since its birth," he told a virtual press briefing on contemporary affairs from his official home in the capital on Wednesday, reviews BSS.

Giving an answer to a remark of BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, Quader, as well the road transfer and bridges minister, stated: "What will he (Fakhrul) mean by aggressive force? Because of their frustration and inability in politics, today they can no more say anything ordinary except lies."

He said when BNP was found in power, it didn't maintain great relations with the neighbouring countries, including India. "BNP had designed divides and the surfaces of mistrust with the neighbours," he added.

The AL general secretary said: "Independence and sovereignty are safe in the hands of the party under whose leadership the country's independence was achieved. Not really in the hands of any different party."

Replying to Fakhrul’s assertion that the country's independence is now in peril, he said not the country's independence, the political foreseeable future of the BNP is certainly in danger because of its ill-politics.

Quader said the BNP is tarnishing the country's image found in the brand of opposing the federal government, and trying to create instability in the country and destabilise the occupation of millions of expatriate workers abroad.

"How will those, who carry out politics with communal and anti-liberation forces, protect the independence?" he questioned.

Since its inception, the AL general secretary explained, the BNP has been pursuing the politics of depriving the people of their rights and that's the reason the people do not believe in their phrases of guarding the independence and sovereignty.

He warned that the people involved in arson episodes and anarchy wouldn't normally be spared.

Many of those, who went to the location and set busses on fire, were arrested and those who weren't in the scene have already been brought to justice predicated on the info the arrestees provided, Quader added.

About the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, he urged all to wear masks to safeguard themselves from the possible second wave of the invisible virus.

Quader called after the public, political, cultural and voluntary organisations to carry out campaigns to help make the persons aware of the results of COVID-19.