Opposition will shatter evil design to hold unilateral polls: NomanNew Age Online
Bangladesh Nationalist Party leader Abdullah Al-Noman on Friday said the opposition, through movement, will shatter the ruling party’s ‘ill-attempt’ to hold the next general elections under partisan government.
He made the remarks addressing a news briefing at the BNP central office in the noon after holding a meeting with the secretary general level leaders of 18-party alliance.
The meeting reviewed the latest preparation of BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia’s public meeting in Narsingdi district town on September 8.
BNP vice-chairman Noman said they would join a dialogue if the government arranges it on the specific issue of election-time non-party government.
He said the opposition would resist it if the government arranged a dialogue to hoodwink the public.
Noman said preparation for oust-government movement will be taken through Khaleda Zia’s public meetings in Narsingdi district town and five divisional cities.
Jamaat-e-Islam central working committee member Redwanullah Shahedi, Liberal Democratic Party secretary general Redwan Ahmed, National Peoples Party’s secretary general Fariduzzaman Farhad and JAGPA’s general secretary Khandaker Lutfar Rahman, among others, were present at the briefing.
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