Awami League general secretary Syed Ashraful Islam called for upholding peaceful politics in the country. He made the call, directed at the BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia.
Ashraf, also public administration minister, made the comment at a public rally at south gate of Baitul Mukarram national mosque. Ruling AL organised the rally, one of two in Dhaka city, to mark the 2nd anniversary of 10th national election.
“As we believe in democracy, a fair election will be held in the country and it will see not a single incident of killing. Come on, let’s take peaceful politics forward.” Syed Ashraf said.
Referring subversive activities of 2015, AL secretary slams Khaleda. He questioned, “Why did you wage the movement that took away lives of 65 people, injured over 1,500, torched 700 vehicles, and interrupted public examinations? Why?
None should be killed for democracy and no vehicle should be torched. Actually, you (Khaleda) wanted to destabilise the country, the AL leader claimed, according to a news agency. –Mithun