News Desk: Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader has said that the BNP is now looking for a dark lane to go to power by relying on others after failing in the movement. He said any attempt to destroy religious tolerance would be strictly suppressed.
Obaidul Quader was speaking at an extended meeting of the Laxmipur district Awami League on Thursday (December 3rd) morning via video conference from his residence. Warning the conspirators about Bangabandhu's sculpture, Obaidul Quader said, "There is no chance to compromise on the issue." He said the government would not stop any peaceful movement or gathering, but if it created unrest in the name of the movement, the people would be given a fair response. Warning the party leaders and workers, Obaidul Quader said, "If the party does, the discipline of the party must be obeyed." There will be no gain in achievement if discipline does not return to the team.
The Awami League general secretary also said that those who have already revolted in the local government elections and have been re-elected or defeated will not be nominated by the party. Obaidul Quader said that the aim of the leaders and workers was to refrain from trading in party nominations. Obaidul Quader urged the leaders and workers to be vigilant so that the positive achievements of the party and the government do not fade away. The Minister for Road Transport and Bridges said a four-lane road from Begumganj to Laxmipur would be upgraded soon.
Under no circumstances will Laxmipur be left behind, Lakshmipur's goal will be brought back. The extended meeting was chaired by Laxmipur District Awami League President Golam Faruk Pinku and was attended by Awami League Joint-General Secretary Mahbub-ul-Alam Hanif, Organizing Secretary Ahmed Hossain, Agriculture and Cooperatives Secretary Faridunnahar Laili, former Minister Shahajan Kamal, MP Anwar Hossain Khan and District Awami General. Secretary Nur Uddin Chowdhury Nayan and various leaders of Laxmipur district.