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Kader feels BNP is a poison in Bangladesh politics

Bangladesh Live News | @banglalivenews | 24 Dec 2023, 05:04 pm

Dhaka, 24 December 2023 : General Secretary of Awami League and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader said that BNP is poison in the politics of this country.

This poison should be removed from politics. Obaidul Quader said this during a public meeting at Bamani Bazar in Companyganj, Noakhali on Saturday.

He said, BNP is enemy of freedom, enemy of democracy. An opportunity has come to resist them. Take advantage of this opportunity by voting in groups on January 7. He said that not only should they vote themselves, mothers and sisters staying at home should be brought to the center in groups. I am here to make this request only.

Before this, Obaidul Quader held mass meetings in Companyganj's Basurhat, Shantirhat, Rangmala Bazar, Bangla Bazar and later Peshkarhat, New Bazar and Tekerbazar in the surrounding areas.

After lunch at his home in Bara Rajapur village of Ward No. 1, Basurhat Municipality, Companyganj, the minister addressed a road meeting at Kabirhat, another upazila of the constituency at 3:00 p.m.

Barrister Tanveer Ahmed (Plough), Jatiya Party central member Barrister Tanveer Ahmed (Plow), Jasder Maqchuder Rahman Manik (Torch), Islami Front's Mohammad Shamchuddoha (Chair) and Cultural Liberation Alliance's Shakil Mahmud Chowdhury (Stick) are competing with Obaidul Quader in Noakhali-5 seat.

Obaidul Quader Noakhali-5 (Kompaniganj-Kabirhat) Constituency has been nominated by Awami League for the fourth consecutive time. He was elected as the first Member of Parliament from this constituency in 1996.

Later, he was elected Member of Parliament for three consecutive times from 2008. Obaidul Quader's arch-rival in this seat was the late Barrister Maudud Ahmad, a member of the BNP Standing Committee. He died on 16 March 2021. He was the Vice President in the Jatiya Party government and Minister of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs in the BNP government in 2001.