Bangladesh Politics

Save the party, stop money transactions: Obaidul Quader

Addressing the Awami League leaders, party general secretary Obaidul Quader said, “You save the party.” Money transactions—stop them. It will take money to make the committee, it can be done by BNP, Awami League cannot practice this. The nomination with money – this practice must be stopped forever. This is Sheikh Hasina’s order. Obaidul Quader said these things while addressing the chief guest at the triennial conference of Awami League’s Khilgaon Thana and Ward No. 1, 2, 3, and 75 at Khilgaon Model College premises in the capital on Wednesday afternoon. At this time, he called to stop bickering among themselves, and each other.

Obaidul Quader said, “We know that you are in some trouble. The price of goods has increased, the price of fuel has increased, and the suffering of people has also increased. We understand the suffering of poor people, and low-income people and Sheikh Hasina understands. He (Prime Minister) sleeps at night thinking about your suffering. He is working day and night to overcome this crisis. Obaidul Quader said that the party president has no greed for money. Bangabandhu is not in the family. Awami League leaders and workers should also learn from the honesty and courage of the Bangabandhu family. General Secretary of Awami League said, ‘I tell the people, be patient. If you are in trouble, Sheikh Hasina does not sleep. Please pray for him to be healthy. Obaidul Quader spoke about the recent rally of the BNP. He said that Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has come to power after holding two or three rallies. Not so simple. will play It will be played on the streets. The General Secretary of Awami League said, ‘Fakhrul Sahib, where are you, let’s go to Khilgaon. He held a public meeting a day ago, and not even a third of the people attended. The crowd has not seen it yet. In December you will hear the roar of the sea.

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