BNP ready for a dialogue at any place, any time: FakhrulNew Age Online
The Bangladesh Nationalist Party acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Tuesday said they are ready to sit for a dialogue with the government, at any place and any time to discuss election-time government.
Talking to reporters at the BNP central office, he said the dialogue must discuss the next general election under a non-party neutral government.
Responding to a question, Fakhrul said the only solution to overcome the current political standoff is depending on the ruling party which should bring a bill in the ensuing House session to amend the Constitution for holding the general elections under a non-party neutral government.
He said it would be the best way to overcome the political crisis.
However, he also said the government does not want to discuss the matter.
Fakhrul said the ruling party has the brute majority in the parliament and is able to amend the Constitution, if necessary, to take initiative for a dialogue.
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