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22 September, 2019 00:00 00 AM / LAST MODIFIED: 22 September, 2019 01:45:26 AM

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Drives against wrongdoers will continue: Quader

BSS, Cox’s Bazar

Awami League (AL) General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader yesterday said ongoing drives against terrorism, extortion and corruption will continue to rid the nation of all ills.

“Tender manipulators, extortionists, terrorists, and corrupt people will be stamped out continuing the drives. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has already started actions against parasites and errant inside the party,” he said. The government will not care about the strength or muscle power of rough politicians and workers, he added.

Quader came up with the remarks while addressing a representative conference organized by Cox’s Bazar district unit AL at tourism gulf playground in the town.

Speaking about the Rohingya repatriation, Quader said BNP is creating room for Myanmar to show lame excuse for taking back the Rohingya people.

They (BNP) are now trying to dislodge the government staying abroad after being failed to wage any movement, he added. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina went to join the United Nations General Assembly to mobilize support of the international community over the Rohingya issue and putting intensified international pressure on Myanmar in this regard, AL general secretary said.

 

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