News desk: Awami League advisory council member, coordinator and spokesperson of 14 parties Amir Hossain Amu said, 'BNP wants to fish in muddy water in the name of political program by capitalizing on the increase in commodity prices during the global crisis after failing in the movement struggle.'
On the occasion of Great Martyrs' Day and International Mother Language Day, he said all this in the president's speech at the discussion meeting organized by the central 14 party at Mukti Jodha Hall of Diploma Engineers Institution in the capital this Sunday (February 19) afternoon.
Amir Hossain Amu said, 'No conspiracy will be allowed to survive in Bangladesh. BNP-Jamaat who wants to carry out political violence like in 14 and 15 in Bangladesh will be resisted by factions and alliances. 14 parties will be united in the field to face all conspiracies in the spirit of liberation war under the leadership of Bangabandhu's daughter Sheikh Hasina. Amir Hossain Amu said, those who wanted to establish Urdu language as the state language, supported the mass killers by standing against the freedom struggle during the liberation war, their friends and successors still exist. We must be united to resist their conspiracies.'
President of Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal Jasdar Hasanul Haque Inu, presidium member of Awami League, metropolitan coordinator of 14 parties Mofazzal Hossain Chowdhury Maya Birvikram, presidium member advocate Kamrul Islam MP, general of Bangladesh Communist Party spoke in the discussion moderated by Jatiya Party JP presidium member Ejaz Ahmed Muktar. Secretary Dilip Barua, Politburo Member of Bangladesh Workers Party Kamrul Ahsan, Convener of Communist Center Wajedul Islam, President of Ganaazadi League Advocate SK Sikder, Convener of Basder Rezaur Rashid Khan, President of Democratic Labor Party Zakir Hossain, Joint Secretary of Bangladesh Tarikat Federation Mohammad Ali Faruqi, Dhaka General Secretary of Metropolitan South Awami League Humayun Kabir, former General Secretary Shahe Alam Murad and other central 14 party leaders.
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