Matia calls the BNP an anti-popular political party
Matia Chowdhury. — Photo from BSS file.
Matia Chowdhury, a member of the presidium of the ruling Bangladesh Awami League, said on Saturday that the Bangladesh Nationalist Party believes only in the politics of killing and that it is an anti-peasant, anti-peasant political party. -worker and anti-people.
“The BNP believes in the politics of murder… It is an anti-peasant as well as an anti-people political party,” she told a Bangladesh Krishak League rally outside the Jatiya Press. Club in Dhaka.
The KL, an associated organ of the ruling AL, organized the program protesting the indecent demands and death threats of BNP-Jamaat terrorists against Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and their anti-state plots.
Matia said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina showed generosity to BNP Chairwoman Khaleda Zia as she (Khaleda) was the only prisoner in the world who lived a very comfortable life in prison keeping a domestic helper there.
“We didn’t ask anyone for mercy when we were in opposition, rather we were in the field of struggle…The BNP still survives because the Awami League shows sympathy to them,” the senior official said. the AL.
Referring to the government’s work for the homeless, she said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina provided red-green houses for the homeless and medical facilities with 30 types of drugs free of charge through community clinics.
As Sheikh Hasina keeps his promise, peasants and workers in Bangladesh repeatedly elect him by voting, Matia added.
Krishak League President Samir Chandra chaired the rally while AL Liberation War Affairs Secretary Mrinal Kanti Das and Krishak League General Secretary Umme Kulsum Smriti also took part. the speech.