The door of dialogue has not been closed: Home Minister
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan said that political problems should be resolved through dialogue. He said, ‘We have to have a dialogue according to the way the constitution has structured us.’He said these things after meeting with British High Commissioner Sarah Catherine Cook on Wednesday (November 1).
The Home Minister said, ‘We have not closed the door of dialogue with the opposition political parties.We welcome those who come to the dialogue unconditionally. But everything should be according to the constitution.’
In response to the question whether there was a discussion with the British High Commissioner about the current political situation, he said, “He also said there is no alternative to dialogue.” He also said to solve the problem through dialogue with all stakeholders.
It’s not a suggestion, it’s a conversation between us.In response to the question whether the government is taking any initiative in this regard, he said, ‘We will talk to those who come. Must come unconditionally. We have to talk to us according to the framework of the constitution.