BNP thinks that only if Awami League loses, there will be free, fair, neutral and credible elections. Awami League General Secretary and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader asked whether we will commit suicide for BNP in that case.
The Minister of Bridges said these things during an exchange of views with journalists at his ministry of the Secretariat on Thursday (October 5).
Elections will be on time, according to the constitution. They think that only if the Awami League loses, the BNP will have a free, fair, impartial and credible election. In that case, will we commit suicide for BNP?’ General Secretary of Awami League put the question.
Obaidul Quader also commented that Awami League will be in power with the help of India – this is a strange thinking. He said that there will be fair and impartial elections in the country. India or the US has nothing to do with this. Relationships are not related to elections.
He said, ‘There will be fair and impartial elections in the country. India or the US has nothing to do with this. We (Awami League) have good relations with India, they are tested friends. The relationship with America is also good.
Speaking at a peace rally in Savar’s Aminbazar last Tuesday, Obaidul Quader said, ‘Where is the ban?’ Where is the visa policy? There has been a compromise. There is Delhi. America needs Delhi. We are there, Delhi is there too. Delhi is there, we are. There is no enmity with anyone.’ When attention was drawn to such comments, he said US visa policies would be enforced against those who obstructed the election. We want a fair election, then why the question of visa policy?
He said, ‘The selfie of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her daughter with Joe Biden has been discussed. That can be said now. It is no longer public. It didn’t even come to the media. So the bottom line compromise means the development of the relationship between the two countries or our relationship is good. I wanted to understand that.’When the topic of the negativity of the matter was brought up, this top level leader of Awami League said,