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Quader warns students of pol foul play in non-political campaign

05 August 2018 bdnews24.com

Politics sneaked into the non-political protests carried out by students with calls for safe roads, Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader has said. "People think the students' nine-point demand is logical. The government has taken steps to translate them into reality," Quader said after a meeting     at the party president's offices in Dhanmondi on Saturday.
"But we are concerned that there is an intrusion of evil political forces into the logical and innocent movement. We are receiving reports on the political intrusion into the student movement."
Showing a picture of Sultan Sulaiman, a leader of the Dhaka College unit of BNP's Chhatra Dal, who participated in the protests, Quader said: "When the turnout of innocent students was thin on the roads after evening, they sneaked into the movement and instigated the students to attack the buses."

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