Wicked people eating up govt’s achievement: Quader | Daily Star
08:10 PM, December 08, 2019 / LAST MODIFIED: 08:26 PM, December 08, 2019

Wicked people eating up govt’s achievement: Quader

Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader today once again underscored the need for dedicated and genuine leaders and activists to save the party as well as the country from setback.

“Wicked people are eating up government’s achievement like termite. Dedicated leaders and activists are imperative to save Awami League and the country as well,” Quader also road transport and bridges minister said.

While addressing the triannual council of Barishal city unit of Awami League held at Bangbandhu Udyan, Quader said no space will be given to the opportunists, drug traders, terrorists and corrupts in the Awami League politics.

Calling upon his party’s leaders and activists not to create any difference in the party, the Awami League leader said no one can be able a leader by pasting poster with a good photograph.

“Go near to the people and conquest their hearts if you want to be a leader of Awami League,” Quader said at the council.

Barishal city unit Awami League’s incumbent president AK M Zahangir and its joint general secretary also mayor of the city Serniabat Sadik Abdullah, were elected president and general secretary of the unit in the council respectively.

Awami League advisory council member Amir Hossain Amu inaugurated the council.

About BNP movement, Quader said their party chief Khaleda Zia has been passing her days in jail for the last two years on charge of corruption but the party did not be able to stand on the street for two minutes.

BNP has turned into a party that makes a complaint after being failed to gearing up anti-government movement, he said.

Claiming that former chief of army staff Lt Gen (retd) Mahbubur Rahman and Morshed Khan have stood aside from BNP politics, Quader said, “Only two wickets have gone and more are on the way. BNP is now suffering from an existential crisis.”

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