Referring to BNP, Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader said that there was no benefit even after complaining to the American Embassy. On the contrary, US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Donald Lu came to Dhaka and praised the development of Bangladesh, he said. Donald Lu came to Dhaka last Saturday night on a two-day visit. During the visit, he met with several ministers and senior officials of the government including Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen. Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport Minister Obaidul Quader spoke about Donald Lue’s visit to the party peace rally at Madani Avenue (100 feet road) in the Bhatara area of the capital today. He said, ‘Donald Lu came and said that the country is moving towards progress. There has been considerable development in the country. Obaidul Quader put this question to BNP to whom to give the complaint. In this context, he said, ‘Where will you go, who will you go to? Everyone around is a development partner of Sheikh Hasina. And BNP is the wizard of plagiarism. They championed the country five times in corruption. The FBI came and testified. Tariq Rahman has been sentenced. Another of their leaders also stole the orphan’s money and ate it. US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Donald Lu spoke to reporters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Dhaka yesterday Sunday US Assistant Minister of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Donald Luchbi Prothom Alo spoke to reporters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Dhaka yesterday Sunday BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir and the party’s permanent The general secretary of Awami League raised the issue of hospitalization of committee member Mirza Abbas. According to him, BNP leaders may be sick of the news of no new sanctions against Bangladesh. Obaidul Quader said, ‘There is no new ban against Bangladesh – whether the BNP leaders are sick or not, whether they went to the hospital or not, the hospital should be investigated. Why are they in the hospital with the protest? Donald Lu, the US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs, spoke to reporters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Many people were worried that the ban might come this time too. On International Human Rights Day last December 10, the US government-imposed sanctions on the officials and institutions of several countries including Myanmar, North Korea, and China. Obaidul Quader expressed relief as no one from Bangladesh was on the list.