People will show the BNP a red card in December: Quader

Obaidul Quader, general secretary of the ruling Awami League, predicted on Saturday that the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party would receive a “red card” in December.

“Nobody but the people will show BNP the red card in December,” minister of roads, bridges, and transportation Obaidul Quader said at the party’s triennial council of the Brahmanbaria district unit of the Awami League, which was opened at the Niyaz Mohammad Stadium in the district town.

He further stated, “Tarique Rahman is a money launderer who has gone abroad on bond,” in reference to the wrongdoings of BNP acting chairman Tarique Rahman.

The senior leader of the ruling party claimed that the BNP regime had become the world champion in corruption five times and issued a warning about taking additional action against mismanagement and corruption.

The AL general secretary also stated that Tariq Rahman of Hawa Bhaban was responsible for the grenade attack on the AL rally in Dhaka on August 21, while Ziaur Rahman was the mastermind behind the carnage on August 15.



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