Hanif said these things in the chief guest’s speech at the triennial conference of Paltan Police Station and Ward No. 13 Awami League at Jamatkhana in Nayapaltan of the capital on Saturday.
Criticizing BNP, Mahbub Ul Alam Hanif said, BNP is agitating to get power. But they do not have the talent and skills to manage the country. If the political program can be carried out democratically, there is no obstacle from Awami League. If they want to obstruct development through terrorism, violence, and sabotage in the country for the sake of the movement, the law and order forces will suppress it strictly. There will be no need to confront Awami League leaders and workers. The government is enough to deal with them. The leader of the Awami League said that the next national parliament election will be under the current government in the light of the constitution and said that the caretaker government has no chance. If there is any suggestion from within the constitution to make elections more acceptable, it can. Government and Election Commission must consider this. Claiming that the Election Commission is working independently, Mahbub ul Alam said that there was no incident of conflict in the Gaibandha by-election. EC sat in Dhaka and saw on CCTV that one person went to another booth while voting. If someone enters the booth illegally, he can be arrested and brought under the law. But depriving all the voters of that area because of one person cannot be the right decision. Yet the EC is an independent body. They have proved that they can work independently and this decision has also proved that Awami League never interferes in EC work. Criticizing BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir’s statement regarding the ban on the government, Hanif said that the people of the country will permanently ban BNP for its seditious speech. He said, his head hanging in shame. Mirza Fakhrul’s speech demanding a ban on the country is an attack on the sovereignty of the country. Through this, the BNP Secretary General has done treason. In 2012, BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia wrote a letter to the United States to cancel the GSP and ban the garment industry, the Awami League leader said, adding that they do not believe in an independent Bangladesh.
Banning Bangladesh wants to bind the country under the chains of subjugation.
The triennial conference was inaugurated by the president of Dhaka Metropolitan South Awami League, the brave freedom fighter Abu Ahmed Manafi. Dhaka South City Corporation Mayor Sheikh Fazle Noor Tapas, Awami League Publicity and Publication Secretary Abdus Sobhan Golap, Deputy Publicity and Publication Secretary Aminul Islam, and others were special guests.
Paltan Thana Awami League President Enamul Haque presided over the conference. Conducted by General Secretary Mostaba Zaman.