বুধবার, ২১ এপ্রিল ২০২১, ০৫:২৯ অপরাহ্ন
Bangabir Quader Siddiqui, president of the Krishak Sramik Janata League, said, “The BNP leadership comes from England and I do not accept the leadership of England. Quader Siddiqui said that if BNP leader Tarique Rahman ever became the Prime Minister, he would not accept him.
Siddiqui made the remarks while criticizing BNP leader Tarique Rahman at a discussion held at the Supreme Court auditorium on Tuesday afternoon on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the historic flag hoisting day.
“Power is not so straight forward,” he said. If I don’t accept Sheikh Hasina as the Prime Minister, then listen, I am saying in front of all of you, if Tareq Rahman does not change, I am not the person to accept her as the Prime Minister. He has to be fit. ‘
Despite all such criticisms of Tarique Rahman, Bangabir praised former President Ziaur Rahman, the founder of the BNP.
“Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has repeatedly said that the BNP is corrupt. To prove this, he has repeatedly said that after the death of Ziaur Rahman, Khaleda Zia saw a broken suitcase and a torn vest. If this is true then Ziaur Rahman was an honest man. He left his shirt and broken suitcase. And if his child owns thousands of crores of taka, then he is not a leader. The people of the country cannot be trusted. He who will be the leader of the country will not have a mountain of wealth. Wealth and leadership do not go together. It’s the difference between day and night. ”
Then on the occasion of the historic flag hoisting day, Kader Siddiqui said, “Today there is no country. If he had, he would not have had to observe this flag hoisting day of ASM Abdur Rab. The government used to observe it, the whole Bengali nation used to observe it. ‘
Apart from Quader Siddiqui, BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal (JSD) president and flag bearer ASM Abdur Rob, founder of the public health center and trustee board member Dr. Jafrullah Chowdhury, Mahmudur Rahman Manna and others.
During the meeting, the BNP secretary general said, “Mustaq is a writer. He was killed in jail.” Our 35 lakh leaders and workers are accused in the case in absentee. So we have to unite and form a people’s government by removing this authoritarian government. ‘
ASM Abdur Rab said, ‘I think the present government like Ma Kali will not go without bloodshed. We have to decide now who will give blood. I have given blood in all movements and struggles for the country but I want to give again. Where are the students? Those who violated Section 44 in 1952, violated 69 curfews. The government must be removed through greater national unity. ‘