Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Monday termed the BNP’s seven-point demand unrealistic saying that there is no scope to accept those before the election.
“BNP’s seven-point demands are unrealistic and unacceptable, and few are conflicting with the Constitution. Election is not so far. There is no scope to accept BNP’s demand before the polls,” he told the inaugural ceremony of a weeklong mass-contact programme of the party ahead of the parliamentary election at Gulshan-2 kitchen market area.
At a public rally on Sunday, the BNP has announced a seven-point list of demands, including a general election under a neutral polls-time government.
Quader, also road transport and bridges minister, described the demands as unacceptable saying BNP also knew that none will accept such demands.
About BNP’s announcement of movement, the AL general secretary said they will not announce any counter programme with BNP. “Our mass-contact campaign is a very much peaceful one. We will not announce any aggressive programme,” he added.
Quader said if any party wants to create anarchy in the name of political programme, law enforcement agencies will take necessary measures.
The AL general secretary also urged the people to remain alert against the conspiracy of BNP and Jamaat.
He said BNP-Jammaat alliance is out to hatch conspiracy to create anarchy and violence in the country as like as it did in 2014.