As part of the conspiracy, the party feels that there is an attempt to spread confusion about the Jatiya Party and party chairman Ghulam Mohammad (GM) Kader. For this reason, the party has requested everyone to be aware.
Jatiya Party Chairman’s Press Secretary Khandkar Delwar Jalali made this request in a press release on Monday.
The notification said, ‘We are surprised to note that several media reports and talk shows are saying that after taking charge of the Jatiya Party Chairman, the opposition leader Janbandhu Golam Mohammad Quader did not attend any rally or conference of the party. In fact, a circle is purposefully running a false campaign for nefarious interests.’
Ghulam Mohammad Quader was elected Chairman of Jatiya Party in a successful council on 28 December 2019, the press release stated. It is said, ‘Ghulam Mohammad Quader was given the responsibility of Acting Chairman during the lifetime of Pallibandhu Hussain Muhammad Ershad on May 5 of that year. After Pallibandhu’s death on July 14, he organized the Jatiya Party and organized a National Council.
The press release also said, ‘When normal life was uncertain due to the epidemic corona in 2020 and 21, GM still carried out relief operations in different areas of the country including the capital at the risk of their lives. Cooked food distributed in different areas of the capital. Jatiya Party Chairman Golam Mohammad Quader was infected with Corona twice. But his activities did not stop even during Corona.
As soon as the situation of Corona normalized, he visited different parts of the country to make the organization more dynamic. Conferences and rallies were held in Rangpur, Lalmonirhat, Nilphamari, Kurigram, Comilla, Chittagong, Chandpur, Lakshmipur, Patuakhali, Tangail, Jamalpur, Sherpur, Cox’s Bazar, Khulna and Dhaka districts. Apart from this, Jatiya Party Chairman Golam Mohammad Quader MP spoke as the chief guest at the rally organized by Jatiya Party on various issues including the foundation anniversary in the capital. During the twelfth election period, the Jatiya Party Chairman has asked for votes for Langal in road meetings on behalf of his party’s candidates in several constituencies of Rangpur region. In the past years, the Jatiya Party has held several rallies in front of the Jatiya Press Club and at the Jatiya Party Central Office premises in Kakrail to demand price control of daily commodities including rice and pulses. Added to notification.
The press release also said, ‘We feel that as part of the conspiracy, efforts are being made to spread confusion about the Jatiya Party and the Jatiya Party Chairman. In such a reality, everyone is requested to be aware.’