Awami League General Secretary and Minister for Road Transport and Bridges Obaidul Quader said, “If the party does not maintain discipline, no matter how big the leader or the people’s representative is, the party will not let him go.” Sheikh Hasina’s government is not giving concessions to anyone who is committing misdeeds and corruption in the party but our leader.
He further said that after failing in the movement and getting elected from the people, they have made the people, the police and the Election Commission as their opponents. People vote in elections, Election Commission does not vote. If they talk about the neutrality of the election then how did they win the election in different municipalities. In fact, they have fallen out of the politics of power and are now lost.
Awami League General Secretary and Minister for Road Transport and Bridges Obaidul Quader has said that Bangladesh is moving forward under the magical leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, daughter of Bangabandhu. Everyone’s per capita income is increasing day by day. We are working under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina to see how the country can be further developed in the future.
He made the remarks in a video conference from Dhaka as the chief guest at the Upazila Awami League’s tri-annual conference organized by the Akkelpur Upazila Awami League in Joypurhat on Thursday (March 11) at the Akkelpur Government Mujibur Rahman College ground.
District Awami League president and district council chairman Arifur Rahman Rocket inaugurated the three-year conference of the upazila Awami League by flying balloons, festoons and pigeons with the national anthem at around 10 am. The meeting was presided over by Upazila Awami League President Mokshed Ali Master and conducted by General Secretary Golam Mahfuz Chowdhury.
The tri-annual conference of the Upazila Awami League started at 10 am on Thursday. The city is full of banners, festoons and posters to form new committees. Thousands of Awami League leaders and activists from different parts of the country marched in procession with banners and festoons.