Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina addresses a rally at Gor-e-Shaheed Boromaidan in Dinajpur Tuesday afternoon. The premier in her speech has rejected BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia’s proposal for a non-party polls-time administration with advisers from two previous caretaker governments. Photo: Focus Bangla
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has rejected BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia’s proposal for a non-party polls-time administration with advisers from two previous caretaker governments.
The opposition leader did not like the elected representatives when she offered an all-party election-time government, the premier said while addressing a rally at Gor-e-Shaheed Boromaidan in Dinajpur this afternoon.
Khaleda has returned to the idea of an old controversial formula, said Hasina, who also heads the ruling Awami League.
“When we want to take the country forward, she (Khaleda) has taken it backward by placing the proposal,” said the prime minister.
She alleged that Khaleda had sent Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal cadres to attack Justice Habibur Rahman when he was the chief adviser of the 1996 caretaker government.
The premier alleged in patronisation of the Khaleda the cadres of Islami Chhatra Shibir and Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal have been destroying the congenial atmosphere at the educational institutes across the country.
Calling upon her audience to vote for the AL as they did in 2008 election, she again said the upcoming national election would be held according to the constitutional provisions.