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BNP quit after eating red card: Obaidul Quader

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Obaidul Quader, general secretary of Awami League, commented that BNP left after eating red card on October 28. On January 7, vandalism, looting, Hawa Bhaban will be played against, Kader said, 5 years of BNP will pass with empty bullies again. Obaidul Quader said all this before Awami League’s victory procession in the capital in the afternoon.

Awami League took out a victory procession on the occasion of Victory Day in the capital on Tuesday after allocating symbols. Although the program was announced at 2:30 am, the leaders and activists of various units of the party started gathering on the road in front of the Engineers Institution in the capital from Tuesday morning.

The entire area including the road from Matsabhavan to Shahbagh became mobbed before the scheduled time. The rally of Vijay Shobhayatra was resounding with the slogans of workers carrying colorful banners, festoons, placards. At the same time, the posters of boat candidates and various campaigns are seen all over the capital.

In the rally before the procession, the leaders called for the total destruction of themselves in the victory of the boat.

In the speech of the chief guest, the general secretary of the party termed the statements regarding the arrest of BNP leaders as lies. He said that the party leaders who march in the fog with 6/7 people cannot be called a movement.

Obaidul Quader said, ‘BNP left after eating red card on 28th. Goodbye by getting a red card. BNP does not have a leader, with whom will the movement? BNP has no leader. Who will you choose?’

Obaidul Quader said that all saboteurs who spoil the election environment will be resisted.

Obaidul Quader said, ‘BNP did not make it this year. The movement will start next year, 5 years will pass after Eid of fasting and Eid of sacrifice. Movement again at the end of the next 5 years.

Later, the colorful victory procession of Awami League ended at Dhanmondi No. 32 via Shahbagh intersection.


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