Information Minister Dr. Hasan Mahmud said, BNP is an obstacle in the process of deepening democratic norms and democratic governance in the path of uninterrupted democracy in Bangladesh. He said, ‘BNP has fallen to the people.’
He said this in response to questions from journalists at the Awami League’s central office on Bangabandhu Avenue in the capital on Monday.
Information Minister Hasan Mahmud said, “In fact, Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir is engaged in an attempt to kill democracy and as part of that attempt, they tried to prevent the election in 2014. They have made every effort to question the 2018 elections. Because they actually want to kill democracy, they make various statements to cover it up.’
The Broadcasting Minister said, ‘There will be no more caretaker government in Bangladesh. The current government will serve as the government during the election and the election will be held in our country in the same way as in all the parliamentary democratic countries of the world. In India, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, the incumbent government serves as an elected government in several continental European countries. Even in the United States, the president does not resign from the government during elections.
“The caretaker government is only in Pakistan and they like Pakistan, so even if they want to imitate Pakistan, nothing will happen in Bangladesh,” said Minister Hasan.
He said, “I have been hearing this since 14 years that BNP will not return home without the fall of the current government.” By doing that, it was seen that BNPE has been separated from the people, BNP has fallen to the people.’