Bangladesh Politics

 As long as the Awami league lasts, Pahela Baisakh will be celebrated by: Quader

As long as the Awami League is in Bangladesh, it will celebrate Pahela Baishakh, said the party’s general secretary and road transport and bridge minister Obaidul Quader. He said, Bangladesh Awami League is still associated with the history of Bengali and will continue to be in the future. Those who conflict with Pahela Boishakh, believe in communalism. This evil must be resisted. He said these things in the opening speech of the Mangal procession organized by Dhaka Metropolitan South Awami League at the historic Bahadur Shah Park in the capital on the morning of April 14. Obaidul Quader said, the poisonous tree of communalism which has spread its branches in Bangladesh under the leadership of BNP, today we have to take an oath under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina, under the leadership of Bangabandhukanya, we will uproot that poisonous tree of communalism. Let this be today’s pledge. There is no compromise here. Our consciousness is the consciousness of the people of Bangladesh, the consciousness of communal harmony. In today’s Bangladesh, we who believe in the spirit of the liberation war, our main enemy is communalism. Quader said those who do not believe in Pahela Baisakh today are communal. Their theory is communalism, their theory is nationalism, and they are against the spirit of the liberation war. Today is a day to search for our self-identity on the one hand, and a day to spread the message of secularism on the other. Awami League with the history and tradition of Bengal was before, still is, and will be. It does not matter which party did it or not. As long as the Awami League is there, the Pahela Boishakh will be celebrated in this country. On the occasion of the Pahela Boishakh celebration, Obaidul Quader commented that there is a wave of renaissance all over Bangladesh today and said that the address of our emotions and existence is Pohela Boishakh The Awami League general secretary also commented that the transactions and trade that will take place throughout the country during these two festivals, New Year and upcoming Eid, will enrich the country’s economy. The colorful New Year procession started from Bahadur Shah Park in the capital and ended at Bangabandhu Avenue. Awami League presidium member Dr. was present at this time. Abdur Razzak, Kamrul Islam, Joint General Secretary Afam Bahauddin Nashim, Office Secretary Barrister Biplab Barua, Dhaka Metropolitan South Awami League President and General Secretary, and leaders and workers of various levels of Awami and allied organizations.

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