No polls under political govt: BNP | The Daily Star
12:00 AM, April 22, 2012 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, April 22, 2012

No polls under political govt: BNP

BNP standing committee member Barrister Moudud Ahmed yesterday said the party would never accept and support any election under a political government in the country.
Speaking at a seminar on “Background of Caretaker Government System: Present Reality” in the port city, he insisted on reinstatement of non-party caretaker government system.
Abdullah Al Noman, a vice chairman of the party, said, “We will not allow any caretaker government headed by Justice Khairul Haque since he had not showed any neutrality in his professional activities in the past”.
Amir Khasru Mahmud Chowdhury, another vice chairman, advised, “It's high time for the present government to set up a non-controversial caretaker government”.
Referring to the "disappearance" of Sylhet BNP leader Ilias Ali, Moudud warned that BNP would go for tougher programme if Ilias was not returned safely to his family and the party.
Addressing the meeting at BGMEA building, BNP vice chairman Morshed Khan termed the vision 2021 of the present government a blue print for staying in the power of the country.
In his speech, senior BNP leader Mir Mohammed Nasir Uddin said the 15th amendment to the constitution was a road map to one party government system.
The seminar was organised by Chittagong University Jatiyatabadi Shikkhak Samity. Prof Dr ANM Munir Ahmed Chowdhury, president of the association, presented the keynote paper.
BNP leader Aslam Chowdhury and CUJSS members ASM Fazlul Haque, Dr Yahya Akhter and Dr Hasan Mohammed were present, among others, on the occasion.

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