We are noticing that Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) is deliberately spreading propaganda at different platforms against mega projects including superstructure Padma Bridge. The party is now involved with conspiracies and propaganda as it fears about its political future.
Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader described BNP as a democracy-destroying evil political force. BNP’s falsehood and malicious remarks frustrated the people at a time when they were celebrating Eid in a festive mood with dear and near ones.
The party revealed its hateful and malevolent politics by making venomous remarks against the government on the day of holy Eid-ul-Azha. Its falsehood and venomous speech on the day of Eid have proved that it cannot engage itself with the weal and woe of the people.
BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir termed the present government as illegal. Mirza Fakhrul has completely violated the constitution by giving such statement against the present government, which is constitutionally valid and elected by the people.
The party should now shun the
malevolent and start
strengthening its organisational activities
The party is visible enemy of democracy and flag bearer of communal politics and instigator, patron of anti-liberation forces and instigator of radicalism. The party’s senior leaders are now desperate to make the country a failed state and its people confused.
They are criticising the government constantly on social and electronic media and their only job is to push the country towards darkness. But all know BNP’s good governance meant strangling freedom of expression, holding voter-less elections, snatching people’s voting rights, killing of people for electricity and fertilizer, money laundering and torturing minority community.
It was the BNP, which was responsible for creating the anarchic situation in the country that led to the declaration of emergency in January 11, 2007, popularly known as 1/11 changeover.
Besides, the party’s violent activities during its rule or in opposition between 2001 and 2015 created panic among the people. As a result the party lost peoples’ confidence.
The party should now shun the politics of malevolent and start strengthening its organisational activities to rejuvenate its rank and file and prepare for the next general elections. The party’s high command and senior leaders will also have to work to regain public trust by taking part in the next general elections.Therefore, judging from the past, BNP will join the 12th national parliament polls under the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina led government as it does not have any option to boycott it. Besides, it must cut off its relations with Jamaat known as terrorist organisation in a bid to display its attitude towards people as a pro-liberation forces.