BNP-Jamaat movement has no proposal to overcome crisis: Inu

Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal (Jasod) President Hasanul Haq Inu today said that BNP-Jamaat-Rajakar clique’s movement for ousting government has no proposal to overcome people’s crisis.

“Independent Bangladesh has witnessed much progress in 50 years but there are several risks and crisis. Conspiracy is still underway to thwart the constitutional continuity,” he said.

Inu said: “Rajakars and BNP-Jamaat clique stored their plot to establish a deviant government. Still now they want to make settled issues unsettled.”

Inu, also chairman of parliamentary standing committee on information and broadcasting ministry, was addressing as the chief guest at the representatives meeting of his party’s Rajshahi divisional unit at Shaheed Titu auditorium in Bogura, said a press release.

He underscored the need for preventing the BNP-Jamaat-Rajakar clique’s plot side by side with containing price hike of essentials and corruption.

Jasod General Secretary Shirin Akhter addressed the meeting as the special guest with president of Bogura district unit of Jasod, AKM Rezaul Karim Tansen in the chair.

Bogura district unit organising secretary Abdul Latif Bobby moderated it.

Shirin Akhter said: “Before searching my religious identity as Hindu or Muslim, I am a Bangalee. This is my self identity.”

She underscored the need for taking forward Bangladesh towards building a non-communal nation.

“Since its inception in 1972, Jasod is on the track of socialism. Jasod has been staying beside labourers, peasants and working class people since its founding and it will do so in future too,” she said.

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